Have you ever asked yourself what you’re doing with this life?Is the purpose to ace exams, have a good job and a wife?Or is it much more than that? Let me tell you, from my point of view,Something I learned the hard way, and I’ll easily pass it to you,No one knows when he’ll end, no one will know, no one ever knew,So you’ll have to pretend it’s in two days, tomorrow, or in the next hour,You have to have confidence, and never stop your life or cut off your power,Don’t grieve on what’s in the past, don’t cry on what you think is sour,Your life is in your hands, you can either go forward or back,The choice is completely yours, you don’t need a life hack,There will come a time when your life will seem very black,Like you’re trapped in a dark room, so you have to search for that crack,That will bring you in light, you’ll always find one,No matter what happens, after the dark dawn comes the sun,Face the challenges that come in your way, don’t run,Your time is limited, so if you live it the right way,You will know why I smiled, you’ll understand what I say.
Playing is a child’s purpose in life and the source of his or her entertainment and fun.
Playing provides a child with some important skills to build his or her personality. lt’s a fast way to get to know more about your child’s tendencies from a very young age.
It can develop his personality while having fun. Without playing, the child becomes less-skilled, and that proves the importance of playing, which is determined by adult awareness about how playing is significant for the child. Continue reading “Playing with Your Child: Why it is So Crucial – By Suha Hosni Al Turki”
If you listen to the news or you read the paper or even if you talk to your friends and neighbors everyone is talking about depression.
Depression is in actuality a medical condition but we tend to use the word to describe any sort of unhappiness. Much of the problem is the fact that so many people define happiness as a feeling of intense joy. If happiness is only felt as intense joy then using that intensity as a measure of our happiness almost always will ensure that we are “depressed”. Continue reading “Is it Enough? – By Alia Charles”
Once upon a time, there lived a little family of three, a father, a mother, and their only daughter.
On a sunny day, they decided to go on a picnic somewhere in the forest. The father was a gentleman, but he had many bad health habits. The daughter had a bone disease; if any of her bones fractured, it can’t be realigned. The mother was a healthy housewife who was always taking care of her family.
It’s New Year’s Eve. Early afternoon.
The last day of the year is usually the time of nostalgic reflections and careful analysis of what actually went right and wrong for us (or heavy drinking and crazy partying, take your pick). Unfortunately (or fortunately? Really hard to tell.), I have to admit, I have been suffering from a minor case of sentimentalism lately and that led me to some impressive conclusions…
Everybody needs somebody to share experiences, situations, and moments with. Someone who’ll be there when everything goes wrong. Everybody needs a friend.
What is true friendship? Why do two people decide to be friends? Well, it’s not easy to find a real friend and it isn’t easy to be a good friend either. If you find a real friend, you’re really lucky.
Friendship is a special kind of love: If you have a friend, your life is definitely better. You feel stonger because you know your friend is always by your side. It’s a precious blessing for everyone. It’s a lovely feeling, a unique blend of affection, loyalty, respect, trust, love and loads of fun. Without friends, no one would choose to live. It’s one of the most important things to have in life.