Ask them not what they are like in public. But more so when no one is watching.
Life is like a garden,
And you the gardener,
Careful what you plant,
For you reap what you sow.
It’s been a while….so the first few lines that popped into my head.
Featured image from CBN.com
“Sometimes an inflation occurs to my sleeping ego, knocks me for six, and afterwards I’m back to . So I remember that story mum used to tell me”.
In the Sikh faith, Langar is a free kitchen often found in Gurdwara’s, Sikh places of worship. Over the last few years, stalls have been set up globally serving food to those who need it. Most notably during this pandemic. Anyone, from any walk of life, race, colour, creed can visit the Gurdwara and partake in Langar. The serving of Langar to the congregation can be conducted by anyone wishing to partake in this selfless service (Sevadar).Continue reading ““Ego” – Explosive Gloating Overdose”
Each week I will (try and) share a small segment of something useful I learnt. While this is for my own amusement I hope it resonates with my lovely readers.
Another place to contemplate
Like many other people, as we emerge from lockdown we have been left with the thought of exploring more around where we may live. There is a strong chance the numbers of those taking holidays abroad will drop drastically. As an interim we may spend more of our time and money either sampling local secrets or taking time out elsewhere in the country.
Over the past two months I have been mapping out new places to visit and take my family when it’s safe to do so. Last month I discovered a place while out cycling, so stopped over to have a nose. At the time it was still shut but having opened a few weeks back, we’ve made our 3rd visit already, and I found it a perfect spot for lots of things.
I attended a blog party hosted by Jirah Merizz. As part of our introductions we were asked to share a positive message. So I’d like to share that with you all too. #staysafe #stayhealthy
Image of sun peering through tree taken during walks at Leybourne Lakes in Kent, UK.