Let’s Take a Step to a Better Life – By Rukaya Idrees

Let’s take steps to improve our way of thinking, our behavior.

Let us advance on our dealings with ourselves and with our family and others around us.

Sometimes we meet with people and notice a certain logic and thought process and then we meet them after years and find that they have advanced in their thinking, logic and behavior. While others are in the same spot as they were before.

Why don’t we seek to modify our behavior and acquire moral values and skills that we have not yet mastered?

Set your goal, pick up a pen and paper and define your personality, honestly, without hesitation. Write down your weaknesses and make a note of the ethics and skills that you want to acquire and seek to achieve. Continue reading “Let’s Take a Step to a Better Life – By Rukaya Idrees”


Playing, Pleasure, & Boasting – By Rukaya Idrees

What are you busy with?

We are living in societies that have become obsessed with the appearance. We have been competing to construct futuristic buildings and houses. We feel pride when we purchase the latest car models. We buy the latest mobile phones for ourselves, all this so that we are looked up to and to feel like a star.

We become busy and immersed with every tiny detail at events and weddings. We burden ourselves with the purchase of items. We waste our time searching for these things. We waste our time taking pictures of our possessions and showing them off to people.

Consider how showing off has affected us?

It has broken hearts, crushed souls and wasted this valuable time of ours. Continue reading “Playing, Pleasure, & Boasting – By Rukaya Idrees”

9 Simple Ways to Turn your Sorrows into Happiness ~ By Rukaya Idrees

C’est la vie. This is life. It doesn’t remain the same.

We fluctuate between sorrowful and mournful feelings due to tribulations or circumstances, as well as joyful and happy feelings when we are on the top.

Are you the one of those who surrenders to their grieves and his worries?

How can you deal with your grief and worries?

Let’s read along and learn about some guidelines to be happy in the time of grief.

  1. Ponder upon your blessings and look at those whom you see have less than you.

Sometimes we find a person who looks at others then he wishes for the money that they have, the palace that they live in, the friends that they sit with, then he feels sorry for himself. But if he remembers the blessings he has been granted then he will find that he is in good health and wellness, security, shelter and many other blessings.

Do not compare yourself with those whom you see as better than you rather look at those who are less than you in health, wellness, and money so that you may feel satisfied.

2. Try to forget and don’t be sad about something that was done and gone.

Sadness doesn’t change anything but only weakens the motivation and paralyzes you from work and productive outcome. And Don’t be like the one who says, I wish if I had done that, and then feels remorse. Rather make the past a useful experience, a learned lesson, for you to do better in the future.

3. Hope for a better future.

Don’t think a lot about the future and do not torture yourself with future expectations. We don’t know whether we will still be alive or die before it happens.

There are Many who worry and grieve about fate . Do not be one of them, instead live your life in this moment and work for your future without anxiety.

Continue reading “9 Simple Ways to Turn your Sorrows into Happiness ~ By Rukaya Idrees”

5 Practical Tips for Committing to Your 2017 Goals – By Dr. Abdullah Bahi

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Again, it’s that time of year when everyone’s a new person, every relationship is going to take a new road to happiness, and there are new goals and dreams everywhere. But how many of them do actually happen? I’m sure all of us agree that only a few of the goals are actually met. So, here are some tips to get the most out of your new year’s resolution.

1- Write them down. Sometimes it isn’t enough to wish for something to happen, or even work for it for a few days, you will probably end up forgetting your goal by the end of January (if not before!). Writing them down somewhere where you’ll most probably have a look at throughout your day might be a good idea; your smart phone wall paper for example.

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Top 10 Tips for Job Seekers – By Shatha Akeel

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Having jobs is a vital piece of our lives. We, as a whole, need to ensure that our vocations take the correct sort of turns with the goals that we set for ourselves so that we can build up our professional careers quickly.

Nowadays, everyone searches for the job vacancies on the Web.

The Web has turned out to be a standout among the most favored sources to hunt down promising job opportunities.

There are sure tips which can be useful for the employment seekers.

1. The basic thing you have to do is inquire as often as possible. On the off chance that you are searching for the occupations on the web then you should be cautious on the grounds that the data on the Web change every now and again. One of the advantages of the Web is that employment applications can be posted in a few moments. Continue reading “Top 10 Tips for Job Seekers – By Shatha Akeel”

“I am Depressed!” But Really, Are You? – By Shatha Akeel

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“I am depressed!”

A very common habit among youngsters is to use the line, “I am depressed!”, when they are simply sad or upset. People don’t realize the enormity of the word depression and tend to use it as a substitute to sadness.

What is depression?

Depression is a complex of psychological and physical symptoms. Low mood level or sadness is often the most prominent symptom. The common property of these symptoms is a decreased activity level in some parts of the brain.

Here are some symptoms of depression: Continue reading ““I am Depressed!” But Really, Are You? – By Shatha Akeel”

Friend or Foe – By Dalia Al Saad

As an ESL teacher, I deeply believe in building my students’ self-confidence, as well as helping them improve their language skills. Merely teaching a language isn’t sufficient for me. Logically, you can’t build anything without a strong foundation, and in this case a strong foundation of self-confidence and will power is needed if they want to become fluent in the English language. Continue reading “Friend or Foe – By Dalia Al Saad”