Academic Grades Obsession!
“Kifer to pé dessiné? Al apran to Maths! Kumsa meme to pu gagne bon travay?”
Damn! What’s with this obsession with academic grades?!
My cousin, Avinash always heard those repeated scoldings from his parents after school. He had this passion for arts & culture and he was talented in those skills. He was fifteen-years old and he could draw an impeccable portrait of yours in no time. I would say, he had a gift for drawing and, he would proudly show the cousin squad his vivid imagination engraved in paper.
I remember during the traditional Christmas dinner in 2012, my aunt stumbled upon some of his sketches in his room and figuratively ran to Avinash’s mum to have a “serious conversation” about his future.
“Dessiné péna valeur sa! Li pas pu vin 1 grand dimun kumsa. Comien points lin tiré dans Maths et Accounts?”
Translation: Arts do not have much value as much as Maths or accounts. What’s his grades in those subjects?
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Latest Bed Deals
They say sleep is the most important thing in life; there are people who loves to sleep and then, those who don’t require much hours of sleep to feel energize. In whichever category you fit in, your bed has an important role to play. Oh! And, how can we forget the mattress? 🙂
Those two determines whether you will have a good quality sleep or not. Now, having a bad mattress always leads to fatigue and low energy in the morning, which you are going to carry for the rest of your day. We get cranky when we don’t sleep well and then, coffee becomes our morning best friend!
It’s okay to spend a bad night once in a while, but everyday?
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Hello everyone ! I’m Mihoki, an artist and blogger who mostly talks about Self-Growth, Ethical Lifestyle, and Travel.
I can’t praise enough the benefits of reading. It can literally change your life as it changed mine!
Today, I’d like to share with you the most recurrent themes I came across while reading, and why considering them is important. I will also give you some concrete tips for each keyword to level up your life.
Thank you so much The Elysian Geek for allowing me to share it on your blog! I sincerely hope it will inspire you.
Happy reading! ♥
Silence and Love
Love? The four-letter word which has the greatest meaning of life.
The society had taught us that love is that feeling between two people. There are so many quotes, wordings on love.
But, love goes beyond that.
Like, right now at this moment, I am feeling a surge of love for every living beings on this planet and everything in this universe.
For myself, for people, for the plants, for the animals, for nature and for the stars.
People reading this might think that I’m in love with someone; the reason why I’m writing about love.
Yes, I’m in love.
I’m in love with myself.
I’m in love with everything and anything.
Love goes beyond attachment, jealousy or the feeling of always wanting to be with someone.
We have been taught that loving ourselves is “selfish”. I strongly disagree.
The greatest love you can ever have is with yourself. It’s only when you’re full of love that you can give to others.
Look around you..
People hurt each other. They give out pain and toxic vibes. It’s only because they are not in love with themselves.
Because when you love yourself, you know that love is everything ❤️
You start feeling love with everyone and everything. It’s a deep connection.
Even when you don’t know that person, all you wanna give out is smile and love.
Like Rumi said –
“Goodbyes are only for those who love with their eyes. Because for those who love with heart and soul there is no such thing as separation.”
When you love from the soul, you never stop loving. Hate becomes a meaningless word – Neha