“Rest is not idleness, and to lie sometimes on the grass under trees on a summer’s day, listening to the murmur of the water, or watching the clouds float across the sky, is by no means a waste of time.” ~ John Lubbock This morning I’m not blogging. I’m sleeping. Sleeping is healing, and […]
Tea Time by SAJITH
What’s your favorite drink for Tea time? Here are few mine frozen in time!
1. Authentic Indian Chai (Tea with double milk)
3. Tea with fresh Green Tea Leaves
4. Turkish Coffee
5. Wild Arabia with Honey
6. Classic Karak Chai
7. Twinnings Green Tea with Lemon & Fresh Mint Leaves
Great post from: Danny’s World:
What if? Have you ever sat somewhere pondering life and thought what your life might be like had you made a few different decisions. As most of you know I am a thinker by nature and I’ve wondered about things like this on countless occasions. The ‘What If’ question can be incredibly dangerous or it can lead to the stars; it relies heavily on the user.
I believe looking back on life and questioning past decisions can be a dangerous endeavor if it is done for too long or too often. Questioning past situations is good for directing your future, but I wouldn’t spend too much time second-guessing.
Now if you use the ‘what if’ to challenge the possibilities of the future or to challenge the status quo, then you are on to something. This to me is how we change the future, push the boundaries of ourselves and become…
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Great post from: Thoughts and Views:
Good morning everyone. It’s Tuesday morning. It has been a very long weekend. This month is going by too fast. We need to start waking up with a positive attitude everyday because life is too short to be in a negative path. When we start changing our attitude towards life, things will come easy. Your attitude will always determine the course of your future.
Great post from : Nut Free Nerd :
Happy Tuesday!! The bloggers behind The Broke and the Bookish are taking a quick break from hosting Top Ten Tuesdays this summer, so I thought I would continue on in the meantime with some topics of my own. Recently someone asked me a question I’ve been asked a million times: How do you read so much? Usually my response is something along the lines of: “…I just do?” However, today I’m going to actually answer this question by sharing my Top Ten Ways to Read More. (Spoiler alert: the last reason is the most important!!)
1 || Carry a book with you. This is one of the most important and effective ways to read more because you simply can’t read if you don’t have a book with you. There are so many hidden pockets of reading time throughout the day, from sitting in waiting rooms and taking public transportation to…
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