I had a full fun night yesterday on New Year’s Eve, and the celebration to welcome the New Year continues. Before I go into forget the past and look ahead to the future mode, I just thought to write this blog post.
It is Christmas time! It is time for bells, carols, mistletoe, lights, gifts, plum cakes, and of course the Christmas tree. Decorating a Christmas tree is an in-dismissible tradition during Christmas.
There is a lot more to the tiny Diya than its evident use of providing light and aesthetics. Its slight blinking flames are a sight to behold.
Light is the essence of life itself. It is something we often do not notice just because it is always present. It is not tangible but is the most valuable resource on this planet.
Beauty is not just about makeup and appearance. The real beauty is in the way you carry yourself. Your attitude, your body language, your behavior, your attire, and the way you present yourself, together make the impact you leave on others.
A night of good sleep and nutritious food will make you healthy. How about looking bright as well?
We Indians got freedom from a long stretch of imperialism 73 years ago. Though colonialism bid adieu to us long back the habit of being followers still lingers within us.
We are very aversive to diet plans as most of the time it forces us to refrain from the food, we love to have. Normally diet plans look very boring and tasteless. We force ourselves to start with the plan, but after a short period, we are not able to follow it. Point to note is that anything we are forced to do does not persist. Hence, I will suggest some small changes, which will not compel you to change your diet but will have significant benefits.