•October 28, 2016 •
Written by: @naimjutha "The mystery of human existence lies not in just staying alive, but in finding something to live for." - Fyodor Dostoyevsky I read that quote just over a year ago while I was still working as a Staff Accountant in pursuit of my CPA. At first read, that quote didn't mean much to me. Nothing could bring me down, I was living the life. I finally settled into a proper routine: Figured out the exact number of minutes it would take to get to work if I went to the Tim Horton's at Leslie/16th or the one at Leslie/7; I had the...
•October 24, 2016 •
We all know how to journal without evening knowing it, and we all do it intrinsically. We lie in bed reflecting on our day, unconscious or conscious we are reliving the moments that made us smile, that made us sad, that made us uncomfortable and moments that pushed us to think further than we are comfortable with.
•October 20, 2016 •
Rumi sees us, humans, as guest houses, who frequently have unexpected guests - anger, fear, sadness, shame, and jealousy. Rumi explains that each of these guests should be welcomed, and even more, they should be entertained.
•October 15, 2016 •
What a World we live in…day in and day out we have to deal with so much information given to us. Immediate updates, instant messaging, plus continuous notifications that build up to a point where we struggle to process how we truly feel. And top it all off we are expected to react to it.
•October 11, 2016 •
How many of us grew up learning these concepts or even hearing these words? Not many. Fair enough we had to learn a lot of crucial skills like how to eat 3 meals a day, take a shower, play card games, make friends (is anyone still learing this one?), the Pythagorean theorem (is anyone using this one?), read To Kill A Mockingbird but self-care, self-love, and self-compassion? Ain't nobody got time for that.