The Thanksgiving holiday takes place in November in the US, but the Canadian Thanksgiving is this weekend. It occurs every year on the second Monday in October since 1879 and celebrates the harvest and other blessings of the past year. Millions of people in Canada will be celebrating this important holiday with their families and loved ones. I think this is one of the best … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving
Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old activist, confronted the world leaders at the United Nations on global warming issues, while shaking anyone who listened to her passionate speech from top to bottom. If you did not watch the video of the speech already, I would strongly suggest you do. I, for one, was extremely touched by her candour, courage and boldness. She made me think about what … Continue reading What are YOU doing about Climate Change?
It takes one droplet to overflow a glass which is already full right? It takes just one gesture, or word, or look to knock over a relationship if the balance between two sides has not been in equilibrium for a long time. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction, according to Newton’s Third Law. Everything you do or say has consequences. Being … Continue reading A good relationship requires balance
Who knows you better than yourself? Nobody. Who are you the most honest with? Yourself. Who keeps all your secrets? You. Then who is your best friend and confidente? Again, you. That’s why you are too important for you to ignore or neglect. Your mental and physical health has utmost significance in terms of the quality level of the life you live. To provide yourself … Continue reading Me, Myself and I
“Just breathe. You are strong enough to handle your challenges, wise enough to find solutions to your problems, and capable enough to do whatever needs to be done.” Lori Deschene Do you sometimes ask yourself or the divine power that you believe in; “Why me?” Why was I chosen to deal with this challenge be it health-related or relationship-related? Why I and not the next … Continue reading This too shall pass
“Anyone who thinks fallen leaves are dead has never watched them dancing on a windy day.” Shira Tamir On Monday, September 23rd, the summer ended with the autumn equinox (Latin for “equal night”) which officially marks the beginning of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere and spring in the Southern Hemisphere. The nights are going to be longer than the day. Watching the colours of leaves … Continue reading Autumn is a Kaleidoscope of Colours
According to my astrologic map, I am doing fine in terms of water, earth and air elements but a little low in the fire compartment. Therefore; my friend who reviewed my map suggested me to light a candle, every night if possible, to make up for the missing fire element. So, I have been doing that lately. But of course, as a curious person, I … Continue reading Light a Candle Tonight