In today’s world, fueled by materialism and consumerism, a lot of people see self-love as just pampering oneself. This is true to an extent, retail therapy works, but it’s superficial and isn’t long-lasting. Some people think that becoming physically healthier is what self-love truly encompasses. However, it’s not easy to suddenly change your diet to primarily consist of things you don’t even enjoy eating, or start going to the gym expecting to see results in a week. What’s more, if we fail to execute this new regime properly – if we skip a day of training or cave and buy that tub of ice cream; it gives us more of a reason to be harsh on ourselves. If we don’t deal with the underlying issues we face in our lives, I don’t think these attempts at self-love are very effective.
With the agile and advancing times, we have not ceased to follow the corresponding fashion of growth and exuberance. Unfortunately, this is how our hurdles develop but it is more fortunate to understand that their development is proportional directly to the competence that we must inculcate at pace and at par to be fit. And […]
The book, “2 States”, was written by Chetan Bhagat, and has been a huge hit in terms of a movie or catering reading interests between the youth. After gorging into the series of Sydney Sheldon and Judith McNaught, it may sound strange, reviewing a book like 2 states. It’s like discussing a complex stand-out topic on marriage.
“Get up, you need to attend classes.”“No, mom,” I replied.“Please, your career is ahead of you. You can’t just quit like that!” she encouraged me.“Please mom, let this day pass too.” I insisted. She opened the door and sat near me on the bed. She removed the blanket from my face and said “My dear, […]
Ten-year-olds usually don’t know much about divorce. Parents tend to keep it hush hush, some try to avoid the topic while others make up some story about how Dad needs to go live on a farm for a bit. Regardless, the word is taboo and yet, the entirety of Bloomsdale Elementary School knew when the […]