Every Scar i have, Made me what i am Today!

Every Scar i have, Made me what i am Today!

I know you want me to change few things. 

But, I Cant be your perfect person. 

I have my own flaws, my bad habits, my scars, but they are part of me!

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If I lose all of that, then what will remain of me?

Life is too Short to waste on being perfect. 

So Stay only if you can hug my Flaws!!

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I Too Have A Life!

I Too Have A Life!

I Too Eat!

I Too Sleep!

I Breathe The Same Air!

I Too Talk!

I Too Walk!

Even My Heart Beats!

I Too Smile!

I Too Weep!

My Scars To Bleed!

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I Too Want To Try!

I Too Want To Fly!

I Too Stave For Opportunity!

God Made Him!

God Made Her!

The Same God Made Me!

Man

Women

At-least Consider Me As A HUMAN

Before You Sleep With Her!

Before You Sleep With Her!

Before you sleep with her….

You finally got her!
Now she is in your bed.

You help her remove her
cloth!

You have removed your cloth too.

See her curves.

Wow now, you are so hard, and she is
horny too, hey before you sex her, kindly ask
yourself about these 10 things; .

1#. Do you really love her? Yes, I know you like
her buttocks… I know she has big breasts or you
just enjoy rubbing those breasts… I know you like
the way she talks. But do you really love the
person she is?

2#. After sleeping with her, what next? Will you
still love that breasts? Will you still love her
smile?

3#. What if she gets pregnant? Will she face the
world alone or will you stand by her? Are you
ready to stand as a man and say yes! I am
responsible? We both did it, it is our Baby! Or will
you look for excuses?

4#. If she calls to tell you that she is pregnant,
will you tell her to abort it and risk her life or will
you tell her to keep the baby?

5#. Very important, if she gives birth, can you
take care of the baby? Can you meet the
emotional, mental, psychological and financial
demands?

6#. Is she someone you can marry or someone
you just want to sleep with? Imagine if this was
your sister with someone else

7#. If she is good enough for you to sleep with,
why can’t she be good enough to be your wife?

8#. Why can’t you marry her as your wife and
then enjoy all after?

9#. If you sleep with her and leave her. Think
about how sad it will be… Think about the pains
and the sorrows. Imagine if this is done
to your child! .

10# Think about tomorrow. Don’t just think
about today I know you just want to do it! your
hormones are up. .

=> What will happen when
your hormones are down ?????

otherwise???

This Just a piece of Advice for the youth, think or
ask yourself this question before you take the
next step.

Change For Better Me!

Change For Better Me!

If You don’t Like Piercing, Don’t do It!

If You Don’t Like tattoos, Don’t Get any!

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If You Don’t Agree With Abortion, Don’t Get One!

If You Don’t Like Something, Don’t Do It!

But

DO NOT PREVENT SOMEONE ELSE FROM DOING IT JUST BECAUSE YOU DON’T LIKE IT!

I Talk About Him

I Talk About Him

I Talk About Him, Because am Proud Of Him. 

I Talk about Him, Because he Deserves to be Remembered. 

I Talk about him, Because even though He is Not Physically with me, he is never far away from my Mind. 

I Talk About him, Because He is a Part Of Me, A Part that i could never ignore or Disown. 

I Talk About Him Because I Still Love Him and I Will always Love Him. 

If You’re Searching Yourself For A Purpose, Ask Yourself These Questions!

If You’re Searching Yourself For A Purpose, Ask Yourself These Questions!

We are all searching ourselves for a purpose, a career or a life that really matter. So if you feel stuck, trapped or hopeless—if you want more—ask yourself these five questions to get your life back on track:

1. Why am I here?

Seriously.

Right now, whatever coffee shop, classroom, cubicle or conference room you might be sitting in, why are you here?

  • What brought me to this moment?
  • What strengths, personality, creativity and talent do I have at my disposal?
  • Without placing blame or making some sort of rationalization, what the heck am I doing with my life today?

2. What is my story?

Stories are powerful, regardless of whether they are true. They give you a narrative to live by and life lessons to pass on, that shape the person you are becoming.

One of the reasons you might be experiencing unrest and frustration in life today is that you might not have a better story shaping your life.

You need a heroic narrative. A story that calls out your best and highest self.

A big part of this is learning how to let go of past guilt and regret, and to start living your life with conviction. You cannot change your past, but you can create a better future. Today is a new day with new opportunities, so start living a better story.  Live with a deeper sense of responsibility with the amazing talents, genius and strengths you have been given.

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3. Who do I need?

Investing in the right relationships and surrounding yourself with the right people is crucial to your success. It sounds a bit harsh, but there are some necessary endings that you need to embrace—friends who are not really friends, people who suck the life out of you.

  • Who in my life is holding me back from becoming my best self?
  • Who do I need to ask for help?
  • Do I have any honest voices in my life?

4. What is at stake?

  • What upsets me about the world today?
  • What frustrates me?
  • What problem do I want to solve?

These are clues to your calling. Windows into your soul. Why? What frustrates you reveals what you care about most. The only way to live life with passion is to discover, name and fight for what matters most to you.

5. How can I help?

In layman’s terms, your life can impact and influence others in meaningful ways. Even small ways. A smile, a hug, a thank you, a high-five, eye contact, an email or kind word. All energy transferring in the form of hope from you to another. How beautiful is that?

But you have to start. Commit to serve someone else in some small way. Give more than you take. Listen more than you talk. Write an email or letter of encouragement to someone who has helped you. Get your focus off yourself and onto others.

I guarantee you will surprise yourself with how good it feels to fight for something that matters. For someone who needs your help.

How to stop Musings of Relatives in your Life!

How to stop Musings of Relatives in your Life!

Every family has a few of these types, those who stake their right to every bit of information!

They are the eager beavers or the frequent busybodies present almost in every family. Many a times these intrusive individuals are not overly concerned because they are altruistic or want to see harmony in the family; it is usually because they are meddlers.

 

Define and verbalize your boundaries: You set the boundaries in your relationships. If those boundaries are crossed and the other person can’t seem to take the hint, you have to assert yourself to restore balance. If you have relatives who fail to respect your boundaries and behave as if the purpose of your relationship is for you to bend over backwards to satisfy all of their needs, you certainly aren’t alone. I’m talking about boundaries that you consider to be bottom lines that should not be crossed, ones that make you feel violated when they are. 

 

Often people make the mistake of succumbing to the outwardly friendly approach of these busy bodies and succumb to their wily ways for the purpose of being liked. By the time they realize, it is too late as they may have established habits and practices that are not only irritating, but also interfering. It’s a fact in most extended families’, relatives feel they have a right to all information and assume an active central role. The thought is that since you are related, you should share every intimate detail of your life with each other, and give commentary and suggestions. In large families, this takes the form of gossip about other family members providing entertainment value.

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One must set limits with them and its never too late to do this, because the longer they are allowed to interfere, the greater the influence these meddling types will have on your relationships with others. It is important to speak up when asked to do or say something with which you do not agree.

Do not sacrifice your opinions or what you know to be right simply for the sake of getting along with your relatives. When they do something you do not like, tell them in a civilized manner what they did and why it upsets you.

Try and be conciliatory by explaining what is acceptable, but again, not at the expense of your beliefs or self-esteem. If you have reconnected with any of the family member, be on alert. Old patterns will most likely remain in waiting to thrust you into the same old position.

With this said keep in mind that you have to do what is best for yourself, regardless of how your family may respond.

The choice of making a change is something that you are doing for your benefit, and not for anyone else’s harm.

You should not feel guilty for doing what is right for you.

 

To prevent your relatives from meddling in your personal affairs here are a few tips you may want to try:

  1. Do not talk too much about your business.
  2. Keep your business out of the street.
  3. Just say nothing. If someone in your family comes to you meddling. Just tell them you don’t wish to talk about it.
  4. Tell your kids to keep their tongue. Sometimes conniving relatives will go so far as to ask your children questions about your life. If some of their relatives want to know about you, tell your children to say, “you have to ask my mother or father about that.”
  5. Change the conversation. If a family member wants to meddle in your affairs, try changing the subject.
  6. Flip the question around on them. Most times people like to meddle in your affairs, but they do not like for you to meddle in their’s.
  7. Another tactic is to answer their questions with one of your own. When the meddling relative begins to inquire about your personal life in a way that you aren’t comfortable with, here is your answer: “Why do you ask?”. The question makes them uncomfortable and forces them to assess their true motives, as well.

 

Lay new ground rules for your relationship, and stick by them, even when it hurts. It will pay off in the long run.

Eventually your family will get used to the new you, and learn how to relate to you.

Family is what you are born into, there is no choice about it. Do all that you can to keep these relationships healthy and intact. They are important, but always remember that you are in control of your life and how you choose to live it. Don’t allow yourself to be run over or exhausted by meddlesome relatives.

“You can put a stop to it, at best by questioning their intent and at worst by severing the relations.”