I am a firm believer that things always happen for a reason... even if you don't know or understand what the reason is at the time.
But no man is an island… and no matter how much we crave our solitary time it is still within our human nature to crave a sense of connection with someone. It need not always be in a physical sense… we can all be fine and happy to be by our lonesome, but deep inside we still need to feel that somehow our existence matters to someone in this world.
“If the whole world was blind, how many people would you impress?” – Boona Mohammed
1. “Everything in life is easier when you don’t concern yourself with what everybody else is doing.” There’s this saying that also says, ‘Comparison is the thief of joy’ and I feel like it’s a little bit of an extension of the above quote as well. When we concern ourselves too much on what everyone…
The times will continue to keep on changing and life will keep on throwing us curve balls as soon as we're settled on our feet but despite all of this we will all be comforted by one thing that will forever remain unchanged... we will always have each other.
“This is my Carefree, This is my Freedom — This is MY HAPPY.” – Coco Ginger The combination of sun, sky, sand and salt water always makes me feel happy, content and thankful for everything that is right in this world.❤️
Stumbled upon this quote on Facebook and for someone who has been living abroad for a few years now, I found myself relating to it quite a bit. Flying thousands of miles away from home and moving to a new country is one great roller coaster ride. It will bring you out of your comfort zone and scare you. The unknown will make you anxious and nervous and make your stomach do flip flops. Wonderful new experiences will excite and exhilarate you. There are days when you question why you are doing what you are doing and days you wake up feeling so proud of how far you have come. It is one big adventure that will change you without you realizing. It is one great journey of conquering fears, chasing dreams and finding oneself.