This was written in one breath and is meant to be read in one breath 😅
For the purpose of clarity, I have posted it in two images. 🙈
(Check out once, I believe it's worth a read)
Also, morning reminder- Love yourself
Put yourself first, always ❤️
Change your lifestyle. Do things that matter. Learn. Google things. Gain knowledge. Work on yourself. Work for your body. Take care of your soul. Try to be a good human being.
Do something productive every day. Understand the concept of feminism, sexism, misogyny and things that matter. The world is changing at a very fast pace.
Try to keep up with it. Stay positive. Things are going to fall into place.
Maybe, not now. But eventually. Read more. Netflix is not going to teach you half of the things that matters in real life. Go out. Meet new people. Talk to people who have opinions. Learn to put your opinion out. Tell people what is your point of view on anything. Make your voice heard. Read. Let go. Talk, when it’s important, right at that moment.
Don’t think about it after the moment has passed. Do it. No regrets. Don’t carry any baggage. Do it. Or don’t. Just don’t take regrets with you. For, I know, regrets stay with you. Forever. Make everyday count, because trust me, no matter how long your life is going to be. You will always have less days and more things to do. Do not procrastinate. Do it now. Don't leave anything on tomorrow. Tomorrow might be another busy day.
And most of all, learn to let go.
Let go of everything that hurt you, people, who hurt you, or people whose presence is not doing any good in your life. Let go of people who are taking you down. Let go of all the negativity. Let go of everything and everyone
that doesn't serve your purpose in life
It's not selfish, its self-care.
Put yourself first, always.
Studies in Spring. 🌾 A short film that I captured and edited earlier last year. It’s something most of us normally don’t ponder about: what it is like to be colorblind? Although genetically speaking, color blindness doesn’t necessarily mean the individual has fully lost grasp of the color spectrum (it’s a very long and complex topic), it is, however, arguable to say that we take advantage of spring because we are far too used to its presence. Most of us grew up with it, smelt it, touched it, got dirty with it . . . These fields of wildflower you see at the end were actually a canary yellow. The blossoms in the beginning, from what I remember, were a bright purple. I guess I’m reposting this to remind you to try and appreciate the little things. It’s something I’m working on myself.