this romantic morning
the Moon waiting eagerly
for the Sun to rise at dawn,
just so they could be together
for those few moments before
being parted again.
– Leena Prasad 🙂
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Hey there, all you 35 – 40+ beauties. 😀 Have you started loving your lovely selves yet? Or are you still busy supporting and living life for your dear families, planning your days to meet others’ schedules.. I know I’ve done that all my life, and hell, for all I know, I might still be doing it. I know, creating that special, secure environment for our children is important. It’s all the more tiresome for homemakers, because there are always a few of those who stick firm to their belief that homemakers are always free (we get no appreciation, nor any payment. :P). I’m just sharing a few things that I’ve learnt by living my life.
Although you may think that you’re taking care of yourself, you are not. You know that time you set aside for doing something that you really love, which you never really end up doing?…
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So, here I am once again, in front of my laptop, typing down the thoughts swarming inside my mind. Here goes then. What is happiness? Good question, eh? 😛 Everyone seems to be searching for it, and so am I. I know.This search for happiness often leads to obsession or desperation.
But you see, happiness is not exactly something you have to hunt for, because it’s something you’ll find inside yourself. The first step is to stop worrying about stupid things and focusing instead on taking care of the important things that need your attention. Relaxation and the consequent peace only arrive when worries are dealt with. Then, stop measuring your happiness with worldly possessions. You really can’t buy happiness. You have to create it. Most importantly, understand that more than anyone else, the greatest source of your happiness is yourself. Change is inevitable, come what may, but one person you’ll always have is you.