No, I am not going to pronounce ‘imperfect’ so slowly, that it gives the sense that ‘i’m perfect’ 😉 Because the fight is all about ‘Who’s is more perfect?’ Let’s drop this issue of projecting our perfectness before others, and acknowledging the whole – the dark and the light.
I have flaws. I have weak areas. I don’t know many things. I make mistakes on a regular basis. I have mood swings. I fear. I am not positive and happy all the time. In all, I am not perfect. And I am comfortable with it.
Let’s begin to accept our imperfect self otherwise, how can we improve?
And also begin to learn to encourage and allow others to appreciate their imperfect self, otherwise, how will they open and get comfortable in their expressions?
I offer all my love and happy wishes on this beautiful day to my parents ❤
Stay healthy, wealthy and full of love, always ❤
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Simply outstanding thought!!!
Do read it !!
1. Name the 5 wealthiest people in the world.
2. Name the last 5 winners of the Miss Universe.
3. Name the last 10 people who won the Nobel Prize for Physics.
How did you do?
The point is, none of us remembers the headlines of yesterday !!
Even though these people must be the best in their fields !!
Applause dies !!
Awards are tarnished and
are forgotten …..!!
Here’s another quiz:
Let’s see how this goes:
1. Name 5 Teachers who added your journey through school.
2. Name 5 friends who helped you through difficult times.
3. Name 5 people who taught you something worthwhile.
4. Name 5 people who make you feel special.
5. Name 5 People you enjoy spending time with.
The people who make a difference in your life are NOT the ones with prestigeous awards and loads of money !!
Life is full of ordinary people who have made the world a better place for you !!
Cherish them !!
Hold Them Tight !!
Perhaps sometimes it’s ‘Special’ to be ‘Ordinary’ !!!
That moment when people (some one) remember you, recognize you, identify you (not because of your external beauty) because of the impact/inner shift you have created in them through your conversation /inner qualities/attitude.
One such moment recently happened with me..and all I could do was to humbly bow down to the existence!
I was watching a short video in which a man states that he loves eating fish.
And the other person claims, that the man doesn’t loves fish, he loves himself. Since, the fish tastes good to him, he goes all the way to take out the 🐠 from water!
And this is not love towards fish, it’s love towards self. Gratifying self!
This made me think about what love is then?!
I feel that love is about giving. And we can only give, when our cup is fully filled!
I would like to know your take on love?
Two days before :
I danced in joy as I came to know that the beautiful little cat I clicked few months back was selected as a piece of art to be framed in a Photography exhibition in my city.
I looked for the cat in the campus to thank her for the compassionate pose.
My heart wept as I saw that cat again, struggling to walk with three legs. My piece of art was before me, however, I could not jump with joy.
I wanted to stop her.
I wanted to run and kiss her legs.
I wanted to hold her into my arms and give her tight hug.
I wanted to ask her, how it happened to you. Who did it!
However, I could not!
My legs were frozen.
All I could do was to pray for her in silence!
May be one day I could build the courage to tell her how perfect she’s is in my ♥.
My Reading Notes
For more on it switch to The Good Man Project , Writer : Jed Diamond
So, what do men want more than sex?
We’ve all heard that women need to feel loved to have sex, but men need to have sex to feel loved. Let’s look more deeply at what it is exactly that men are getting when they get sex. Sure, there is the physical pleasure, but there is a deeper need that is being satisfied. I call it the need for a safe harbor.
“Always wanting sex” is part of the male persona we wear to show we’re manly. What we really want is a safe harbor where we can take refuge, relax, and be cared for. In other words, we want the feeling of being nurtured that most of us didn’t get enough of when we were children. But admitting these needs makes us feel like little boys, not big strong men. Better to be manly with our sexual desire and then once we’re inside her body, we can relax, be ourselves, and be infused with love. That’s the hidden desire we have when we have sex.
One of the things I love getting from my wife, Carlin, is to lay in her lap and have my scalp rubbed. This is one, wonderful, safe harbor. I don’t need to have sex in order to have this need satisfied. I just have to ask for it. Here, I’m being touched deeply, accepted completely. I don’t have to perform or prove myself. I just must be willing to be deeply vulnerable.
It takes a lot of time and maturity for men to admit to themselves that they need a safe harbor where they can be nurtured and embraced by a woman. It takes a lot of courage to let his woman know he may want sex, but more important is his need for security, love, and nurture. It requires a level of wisdom to know that allowing ourselves to be as vulnerable as a child may be the manliest thing a man can do.