A common misconception is to think that the art of listening can only happen when we have someone before us, speaking actual words; it might interest you to know that great listeners account to listen to so many things;
Dear humans, when “words fail you” next time, simply say the little you can, take the listening position and give room for the conversation to go on from another end.
… More The Art of Listening beyond Hearing
Most people misinterpret Water to be the least essential among the classes of food because it is usually listed last, however, this would be a wrong school of thought, as Water is the Universal solvent that dissolves and ensures the proper digestion of all the other classes of food.
That being said, let’s look into the precise health benefit of Water. … More Health Benefits of Water
The stage of teenagehood is considered one of the most confusing stage that can ever be experienced by a man.
It is hence no doubt that teenagers constantly need an everlasting heart and an ever-listening ears, which is God’s, to resolve the constant confusion of life. … More Why I Need a Relationship with God as a Teenager
The level to which rejection is felt differs between individuals and the circumstance, and from a personal perspective, the level to which we feel rejected is greatly influenced by human factor much more than it depends on the gravity of the event. … More Rejection: What? Why? How?
If Gratitude will become a lifestyle, we must be willing to make it so and also be conscious of that decision. To ensure this, we can make a note, discuss with a friend, forward it in prayers or generally any tip that works when we are making a new and bold decision. … More 5 Tips to Make Gratitude a Part of Your Life
World Population Day is an annual event, observed on July 11 every year, which seeks to raise awareness of global population issues.
As we ruminate over the population status of the world, let us bear in mind that we all have a part to play in maintaining a good World Population and stable ecosystem. Particularly in this pandemic, let us all endeavor to Stay Safe to Stay Alive.
… More World Population Day Amidst the Pandemic
Behold, I look into the knife,
I see my image, glistering beneath the stream of blood I had shed over the knife. At fury once again, It was me all along
… More Forgive and Let Go- A Poem
While there is a lot of clamor recently for students to engage in extra-curricular activities while in school, the side to the clamoring that is not intensified is that any engagement or extra curricular activities should be logically chosen and planned in line with future career and aspirations. The ginger to engage in extra-curricular activities and fill up your resumé can spur you into fields that have no relation to your chosen field and career dream. And in 2020 job recruitment, job experience is only as good as its relation and relevance to the role you are applying for. … More Life Lessons From my Undergraduate Days
Clutter size vary greatly and this usually pose the main challenge in decluttering. The truth however is, every massive clutter started out little and only grew over time. Many reasons have been acclaimed to this human attitude of accumulating clutter, one of which is procrastination- the temptation to do it later. An average person desires and fantasize a neat surrounding but bargain with their mind when it comes to getting the work done. … More On Decluttering: All You Need to Know