Here I am sharing a very sweet post written by Jayne.
She describes about her ideal way of partying which touched my heart because
- The Post is very short + sweet.
- The points described in the blog post almost hit the ground reality.
- It makes me realise that even today there are people who are happy with all the simple things that life offers us each day.
Not just this Jayne blogs not because she enjoys expressing her thoughts and loves to write on Random topics which struck a chord with my style of blogging.
I hope you all will enjoy her post on “Partying”. It’s My Party!!.
Lots of hugs and Love,
Today I am writing a short snippet from my diary…
It is inspired by one of my office incidents… where one of our colleagues snapped back at another friend of his in a very unprofessional way.
I just dont understand when people who are as matured as elephants commit some small mistakes and then try to cover it up with a goofy smile and false sympathy. Oh yes… as soon as I type this word “Mistake” i ask few people “Dont you commit mistakes?”
If the answer is “NO” then no need to read this entire post because this is for all those people who snap back at others if they find any mistake in others but fail to notice their own history/archives of mistakes be it big or small. Here goes few lines for people who create unnecessary melodrama in the name of #Mentorship.
Life is so strange. Its just like some scripted drama with regular intervals of happy moments and sad breaks. What keeps us alive amidst all this confusion? Is it the dire thrust to survive or is it the necessity forced by the norms of the society??
Till now we love someone and trust someone but in the very next instant one bad moment breaks the hard glass of trust and makes us hate the same person.
Is it because we get hurt when we least expect it to happen in our lives or is it because someone conspired against us way before we realised it?
The answer lies within us.
I hope someday I shall understand whom to give importance in life and whom not to. Thanks to all the people who bring bad incidents in our lives. They teach us good lessons.