It hurts Everywhere

Happy Sunday Everyone. For me this week was terrible. And since Friday I have been feeling absurdly low. I couldn’t even exactly plan what to write so I thought of sharing some abstract artworks which I had once made. Along with that I am adding some quotes that might explain how I feel.

1:
“It’s strange how a word, a phrase, a sentence, can feel like a blow to the head.”
― Veronica Roth, Allegiant

2:
“later that night
i held an atlas in my lap
ran my fingers across the whole world
and whispered
where does it hurt?


it answered
everywhere
everywhere
everywhere.”

― Warsan Shire

3:
“It’s tough when anyone is hurt, it’s painful and awful.”
― CLAMP, Kobato 04

4:
“Sometimes pain in your heart can be felt very strange
Which misguides your thoughts that you fail to rearrange”

― Munia Khan

5:
“The daggers of silence last longer than anything ever spoken.”
― Shannon L. Alder

6:
“In every change, in every falling leaf there is some pain, some beauty. And that’s the way new leaves grow.”
― Amit Ray

7:
“It is beautiful, it is endless, it is full and yet seems empty. It hurts us.”
― Jackson Pearce, Fathomless

8:
“Rather than being incensed by the nature of the bruise, maybe we should be inspired by the possibilities in the bruise.”
― Craig D. Lounsbrough

9:
“Pain in this life is not avoidable, but the pain we create avoiding pain is avoidable.”
― R.D. Laing

10:
“I love and care for everyone because I know the pain of being unloved and uncared.”
― Luffina Lourduraj”

Thank you readers for stopping by.
Have a great week ahead…

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The Three Musketeers

This post is completely different from all my other posts till date, if you have been following me for some time, you might have noticed that I generally don’t post about myself or my personal life or my personal friends, this time its going to be different. In this post, I am going to tell you about Three Musketeers of my life, three people, whom I met in this blogger world but who are now a big part of my life. These are the people who are staying far away from me but they are always there for me whenever I need them. This post is dedicated to them.

My First Musketeer, “P”, my close friend, is such a lovely woman, she always checks up on me, makes sure that I am doing well, and if something isn’t right with me, I don’t need to ask her twice, she will always be there for me. Other then being my friend, as I told earlier, she is also a full-time blogger, she has two cutest kids, and she maintains everything, like everything, she is a Superwoman. She is so passionate about well-being of her kids and other kids that you will know everything you need to grow your own kids.
Like most of us, she also loves to read in her free time, her favourite book is ‘The Color Purple’ by Alice Walker. Let me tell you something about this book, this book weaves an intricate mosaic of women joined by their love for each other, the men who abuse them, and the children they care for. In the first few letters, Celie tells God that she has been raped by her father and that she is pregnant for the second time with his child. Later on…..

No, I am not telling you the complete story, it will just ruin a very good book for you. But I was talking about “P”, while reading the book, she loves to listen to one particular song, “No Woman No Cry by Lauryn Hill, see, she is different from others, maybe that’s why she is my close friend. She blogs as www.withlovefromp.com.

My second musketeer, “Salona”, what to say about her, she is just a perfect sister I could ever have, no, she is not my sister, but she is everything I can expect from a sister. She checks up on me. She always encourages me to write and I always look up to her whenever I am stuck at some point of life, considering that she herself is such a talented person, she is so spiritual person, whenever I feel low, I just need to talk to her and she will fill me with positivity. She writes about motivations, about the things that we generally overlook in our day to day life. Her favourite book is The Power of Now, by Eckhart Tolle. A book which is a spiritual self-help guide to help us discover our true Being, release our pain and find deep inner peace, this is such a relaxing book. While reading books, she loves to listen “The Power of Mozart”, western classical music which fills you with positiveness all over, no matter how much negative you feel, the combination of this book with this song, it will give you a peace of mind. Anyway, back to “Salona“, she is such a positive person, at times, just talking to her calms my storms down. She manages www.loveinabindance.co.za.

My third musketeer, “David”, he is the person with whom I can share my feelings, he is an extremely close friend of mine, if life is giving lemons, he will make lemonade with it and give that to me because I am thirsty. In short he is a sweetheart. He is like an editor of my posts (except this), he proofreads most of my posts and makes sure that I don’t do silly mistakes, which I usually do a lot. He keeps an eye out for me when I am too ignorant to do so. He has a very lovely daughter, and he is a single dad. He generally writes about………… Well he generally writes about everything. He is a great guy. His favourite book is “The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas. The story takes place in France, Italy, and islands in the Mediterranean during the historical events of 1815–1839: the era of the Bourbon Restoration through the reign of Louis-Philippe of France. It begins just before the Hundred Day’s period (when Napoleon returned to power after his exile). It centres on a man who is wrongfully imprisoned, escapes from jail, acquires a fortune, and sets about exacting revenge on those responsible for his imprisonment. His plans have devastating consequences for both the innocent and the guilty, while reading this adventurous fiction, this guy loves to listen to “The Lost Ark”, the relaxing instrumental music.
Back to “David“, he is a caring person, especially in the recent times, he has helped me a lot in getting better from the situation I was in. He manages www.singledadsguidetolife.com.

What situation I was in, will tell you that story, maybe someday.
This post I dedicate to my three musketeers, without whom, I might not be here in this blogging world at this place sharing my thoughts with you all my lovely readers.

I hope you enjoyed reading it..

See you again next week. Take care…

Due to personal reasons I didn’t use real pictures.

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Hairs-Hairs Lovely HAIRS

I love my hair. Everyone loves their own hair…… Is it not true?

I am often asked how I maintain my long hair in spite of having a busy schedule…. So my article today is about how to maintain beautiful long hair….

If you think maintaining long hair takes a long time then my lovelies you are wrong. It doesn’t take much time… I’ll tell you how ……

With the ever changing environment we hardly are able to take care of our hair which damages it…. Using proper hair care products are necessary to maintain the wellbeing of your hair. So there are 3 simple tips I would like to share ….

Tip 1: Use a good comb or brush to remove the tangled hairs and be careful not to damage your hair.

Tip 2: Comb or brush it according to the length of your hair, not to its opposite…

Tip 3: Regular oiling your hair is good, as it nourishes your hair and keeps it soft. But even if you are unable to use oil daily, at least apply oil twice or thrice in a week. To get better results keep apply hair oil for at least 30 minutes and then shampoo.

There are some great natural ingredients used as hair care products. They are Brahmi/Thyme-leafed gratiola: Indian gooseberry/Amla, Aloe Vera, Coconut oil, etc. Natural herbal ingredients like brahmi help in the growth of hair. In addition, it thickens your hair and helps in preventing hair fall. Amla/Indian gooseberry strengthens the hair scalp. It makes your hair shiny. Aloe Vera is a well-known harbor that solves various hair problems. It moisturizes and conditions your hair as well. If you want long, healthy and shiny hair, take regular care of it and use the best hair care products for your hair that suit your hair type, and not just any product you come across on the internet. Along with that, maintaining a healthy diet is equally important. If a good portion of protein and vitamins is included in the daily diet, it will help in your hair growth.

Last but not Least REMEMBER you need to be patient as it takes time for the hair to grow longer and along with that taking good care of it is also essential… Well, well, well I guess that’s enough for today.. See you all next week. Till then Take Care.

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Psychopaths are EVERYWHERE

Psychopaths are everywhere. Many are violent criminals but many more are not. You can find them everywhere: in the office next door, at school, or while dating. They are EVERYWHERE.

A psychopath is defined as someone who inflicts pain, misery and sometimes death on others with no conscience or empathy. No one knows exactly what causes psychopathy. Psychopathy is also sometimes known as psychopathic personality disorder and is considered a mental illness. As with mental illness in general, there is no known cure for psychopathy.

In short, psychopaths are predators, and we are prey, and they feel as much compassion and empathy for others as wolves feel for sheep. They lie, manipulate, bully, and seduce to get what they want, caring nothing for those they trample in the process. Given these characteristics, it’s no wonder that even non-violent psychopaths leave a trail of shattered lives in their wakes. They are the unscrupulous coworker who plays the boss, takes credit for your work, and stabs you in the back with a smile. The charmer who moves in with a girlfriend, sucks her dry financially, and then cruelly spits her out and moves on. Emotionally leaves a person dead by mentally torturing them and then pretend to be victims.

So what can you do to identify a psychopath?

First, it’s important to understand how psychopaths operate, so you don’t think you’re imagining things when a charming, harmless-looking colleague acts in a more ruthless and unscrupulous manner than you could otherwise possibly imagine. And the more you know about yourself—your vulnerabilities and your potential value to whomever might attempt to use you—the better off you’ll be. Also, judge people by their actions, not their words. For example, does a romantic partner promise you riches while constantly borrowing your money? Finally, get second opinions. A psychopath who wants to use you will find a way to win you over, but may show more of his or her true self to your friends and colleagues. If you get repeated warnings that the person you’re dealing with isn’t what he or she seems, consider investigating further.

As population densities increase and tensions rise, society is increasingly vulnerable to those who are utterly ruthless and without conscience. While there are no easy answers when it comes to the psychopaths among us, the better we can understand what makes a psychopath tick, the better we can protect ourselves from the destructive impact of this condition.

That’s all for this week. See you next week until then Stay Safe and Take Care.

For references you can also visit www.physiciansnews.com & www.scienceofpeople.com

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