Knowing When to Walk Away !

The voluntary withdrawal of a strong person is an under-appreciated phenomenon.
Knowing when to walk away, and being willing and able to do so is not trivial.

So often we consider retreat as being the result of weakness or cowardice. Often the opposite is true.

Taking the high road is always the best course of action. Not stooping to the level of those who might mistreat or abuse you takes a lot of strength. It is easiest to retaliate, seek revenge or ‘react’ in some way. It takes much more strength and maturity to simply leave people to their bad behavior, show a little compassion and walk away.

The bad behavior of others is not a license to behave badly yourself. That’s a cop out.

The only person we can control is the one standing in our own shoes. Everyone else is responsible for their own actions and behavior. If we are tending to our own selves properly, we wouldn’t have the time or energy to bother trying to change other people!

Leave people to their own issues, and focus on yourself. That’s more than enough to keep you busy!


My Wall Hanger

I just adore this as one of my collection, i love the contrast inthe colours. Although its main function would be to hang clothes, but I use it to hang my accessories, mainly my necklaces and chains. I do so, in order not to cover such a beautiful piece with my clothes plus it gives much needed colour to my drab wall…  I feel it breathes life into a my bedroom and creates a warm personalized feeling. I personally feel by adding the right piece to your collection /décor /house, you can create a unique impression that either completes or becomes the focal point of a room and tells your visitors a little bit about who you are.

WORK By the famous Kahlil Gibran

Work is love made visible.

About 80% of people are unhappy at work, and 20% are happy. Our culture has separated work from passion, and taught us to prefer a higher paycheck to higher happiness. That mistake costs us our souls. The goal of career development is to uncover one’s gifts and passions, and to link them to the practical needs of the world. We call that “being in the right place,” “finding a good fit,” or “making the best use of one’s talents.”

High compensation and high happiness are not incompatible. It’s not that we shouldn’t seek money, and lots of it; many our clients/ friends do. But we should first seek to love, or at least to like, what we’re doing. That’s the realization of our highest calling.


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Laughing on the outside

The crowd sees me out dancing
Carefree and romancing
Happy with my someone new
I’m laughing on the outside
Crying on the inside
’cause I’m still
in love with you

They see me night and daytime
Having such a gay time
They don’t know what I go through
I’m laughing on the outside
Crying on the inside
’cause I’m still in love with you

No one knows it’s just a pose
Pretending I’m glad we’re apart
And when I cry,
my eyes are dry
The tears are in my heart

My darling, can’t we make up?
Ever since our breakup
Make believe is all I do
I’m laughing on the outside
Crying on the inside
’cause I’m still in love

I am still in love with you