Lessons from my life #2. Never belittle love and happiness.

Seize it. Seize them. 

True love and eternal happiness are the hardest things to find. Seize them before it’s too late. Enjoy the tiny little moments today. Don’t worry how it is going to turn out tommorow. If you love someone, tell them that you do. If they make you happy, tell that to them. Life is very short. The right people will always tell you how much they celebrate your existence, not just with words but also with their actions. 

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43 thoughts on “Lessons from my life #2. Never belittle love and happiness.

    1. Absolutely right Sadaf. Happiness is an inside job. But you know sweety, there are some people who just light up your lives. They give you a purpose. Like you and our lil talking company, even when Im down, you people make me happy. And I want to tell people to hold on to those who bring out the best in them, people who make them happy.

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    1. Reading your comment, tells a lot about you. And I’m so glad you are so vocal about your feelings. And I love you. And I appreciate your work.
      Life is a riddle. Paradox. You know, my life hasn’t been easy..none of ours has been. Its tough. It’s brutal. We all have our shares of joys and happiness. We all go through a lot of things. Good. Bad. A friend once told me that we never lose in life. We either win or we learn. And my dear lady, if life hasn’t been fair, Im sure it will. Because We get lucky in turns. The fact that you write a blog and inspire our lives with it, some of us including me, are living in your blogs. Your blogs are a part of my existence. And what can be greater than contributing to someone’s existence ma’am.
      I have a lot to talk to you about. Everything. And I’ll be morw than happy to help you. Please reach out to me at tajwar.fatma1@gmail.com

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    1. I am just a learner ma’am. I have had a lot of experiences good and bad with a lot of people. I just hope I am able to potray them in a good light and inspire people. Because at the end of the day, it’s just about ourselves, things and people we love and memories that we want to keep.
      I am glad that you liked it ma’am ♡ Thank you so much !

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  1. Today I heard a 19 year old girl interviewed on the BBC radio world service.. She had been at the concert in Manchester last night when the bomb exploded. She was there with her younger cousin. In the chaos that ensued she took her cousins arm and said ” we must remain calm.” Then she looked at her young cousin and said :” In case something happens I want you to know that I love you.” this moved me a great deal. A young person of 19 who recognized that telling this young cousin that she was loved was the so important in that moment of chaos, and death. Your post is right on that same track.

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    1. I had goosebumps while reading this. I feel so terribly bad about what happened in Manchester. I want to ask those people, what do they get by killing and harming innocent people ? Why ? For what? Life is so short. It is. One moment they were so happy and excited to see Ariana Grande, and the very next moment this terrible terrible thing happened. For what ?
      My deep condolences to everyone who is undergoing a great loss now. No amount of words can suffice their pain.
      Anyway, how have you been doing ma’am? I Hope everything’s good on your end ♡

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  2. This is very good advice.

    In the past 7 years since my dad died, I have found out there were many people who claimed to be my friends but they quickly turned their backs on me in my moment of crisis.

    Finding people who can make you truly happy is very rare indeed.

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  3. Hi Tajwar, I always love your inspirational posts! ❤️
    So I wanted to let you know that I nominated you for the Sunshine Blogger award, for inspiring people and bringing sunshine to them. ☀️☀️☀️

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