Imagine that you are a young adult having a really bad day. You go to your class and the teacher turns to you and gives your midterm papers. You got a C+. You are very disappointed. That evening on your way back home you get into a bitter argument with a stranger in the local train. Being really frustrated, you call your best friend to share your experience but your friend sorts of brushes you off.
Its been 10 years since we said ‘I DO’ to each other. We cherish each day and moment through the good times and the bad ones. Let me share with you what it looks like after being married for 10 years.
To my loving sons Jairus and Amaze. It is such a joy and pleasure to see both of you grow up and make sense of the world around you. Though there is not much for you to deal with at this present moment apart from coping with the daily disciplines, focusing at study time, bullies at the park, and the stray dog below the building, remember it gets tougher as you keep growing up.
When we were kids we lived in a world filled with possibilities, our thoughts wandered without boundaries, just like dreams filled with images, places and actions. As we grow older we link these imaginations with our experiences and eventually form conclusions that kill creativity.
During my quest of finding my purpose in life, I read this interesting quote somewhere which sounded like “Return to your Origins to find a clue to your purpose expressed through your inclinations towards a particular object or an idea”.
I firmly believe that every person on this planet earth is born for a purpose and it is important for you to discover it for yourself because that is what will guide you into a brighter and better future. Here are some of my personal thoughts and ideas about discovering your purpose.
There are a lot of people who ask questions about the challenges and drawbacks of homeschooling kids. So in this article I thought I’ll answers the 2 most common questions we often get to hear.
We have 2 boys Jairus & Amaziah aged 7 and 3 and a half years old and as parents it is our heart’s desire to see them grow in a loving and healthy environment; environment where they learn to value family and progress towards leading good healthy lifestyles.
In achieving this as parents we are also aware of how important it is for us to model that lifestyle through our words, behavior and Love for God.
Though I lived in Mumbai all my life it’s just few months back that I regularly started travelling in Mumbai Local trains because of a new job.
To give you a little background about my train travel. I live in Malad and travel daily to Lower Parel which is towards town side since local train is the only best, cost effective and the fastest mode of transport. I heard a fellow passenger once say that in a city like Mumbai distance is not measured in Kilometers but in Time because there are instances when you can travel a longer distance in the shortest time and a shorter distance in the longest time as it all depends on the mode of transport and the traffic conditions.