My Random Things-Part Five-Meeting New People

Sometimes we say that we are going to an event and then we change our minds in the last minute. We sometimes change our course because we don’t know anyone there. And, sometimes we decide to not go simply because we are too tired, or not in the mood, or as I said in my…

12 Things to Consider When Dealing with a Creative Person

Today I am going to write about some of the challenges faced by creative people in our society.  When I say creative people I refer to designers, decorators, artists, painters, writers, copywriters, translators, and social media experts. I refer to anyone who is providing an intangible service that has great impact on any business or…

My Random Things-Part Four-Breaking the Greatest Fear

Be it the fear of death, the fear of failure, or the fear of public speaking, I have come to believe that these are all different versions of one original fear and that is our fear of looking or sounding stupid. We fear dyeing because we don’t want to leave this world as average people…

My Random Things Part Two – Searching the Power of Speech

Being a Toastmaster for many years, I have come to believe in the power of Public Speaking.  I do believe that words have an impact on us. Why else world initiatives like TED Talks alongside other speaking engagements gain popularity. People, in my opinion, are wired to enjoy hearing other people share their experiences through…

My Random Things-Part One

This year, and after being diagnosed with illnesses which I spoke about in my blog post titled The Choice, I realized just how short life really is, and it also hit me just how many things I wanted to learn and how many times I have delayed my plans to learn them. I delayed my…

Is It Necessary?

All my life I was and I always will be an advocate of people taking initiative, feeling empowered, and showing leadership, but what happens when this empowerment becomes an abuse of power or a means to be dare I say the words Bitchy, brutal, or mean? The other day, I entered a busy cafe in…

We Are in Our Own Heads Sometimes

Yesterday morning, I was sitting at our kitchen table having some hummus for breakfast when my mom walked in. She saw me eating the hummus with half a white loaf of bread. My choice was based on the fact that I simply needed a change from the loafs of brown bread I had been consuming…

Spirituality?

I believe I am someone with a selective sense of spirituality. I do believe that we are our thoughts and I do understand that our moods affect our health. However, I don’t believe that wanting something badly is enough of a guarantee that we will get it. I don’t believe that simply wanting to be…

Our Words, Our Relevance

Today, I discovered or at least I remembered how much I love to talk to an audience. I find beauty in sharing information of value. To me, it is an empowering feeling when you are either presenting an idea, a product, a service, or you are even telling the world a personal story that your…

The Choice

I have to tell you that I find it really hard to write about my personal life, so this is my attempt at doing so , so help me God. You see, on February 25, 2019, after a string of tests and doctor visits, I was diagnosed with an early phase of cancer which I…

A Simple Faith

The other day, we were discussing the book “The Magic of Reality” by Richard Drawkins at a book club I recently joined.  In this book, the author attributes reality to anything scientifically proven. According to him, if we don’t see it, hear it, smell it, or touch it, then it doesn’t exist. If something doesn’t…

Hard Shells (Fiction)

Layla signed the divorce papers, and with that the judge officially announced her divorced from her husband of three years. At first, a sense of relief overcame her, as this announcement marked the end of a long saga of verbal abuse and repetitive infidelity. Although the marriage had ended on this particular spring day in…