Tagged: Attitudes

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Dizzy Heights #WordlessWednesday

With skyscrapers being more the norm than the exception, many workers have to scale dizzy heights to keep exteriors clean. My heart was in my mouth as I saw these two men cleaning the...

To what level discrimination? 22

To what level discrimination?

Before you read on, let me clarify that I do NOT intend to trivialise affirmative action. Nor do I intend to hurt any sentiments or religious beliefs. I am against ALL kinds of discrimination...

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Running the Race : Winning does matter

Recently Little Po and Ms. Papaya went for a toddlers’ event. The air was festive and the competition healthy. The message sent out to the little ones was that all that mattered was that...

World Introvert Day ! 8

World Introvert Day !

Whatever will they celebrate next! I didn’t even know such a day existed ( like many things I realise I don’t know) till I read Corinne’s post on celebrating World Introvert Day. Is being...

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A Year of Firsts #The Itinerant Blogger

A lot of firsts on a political and personal note too

Face Off #WordlessWednesday 8

Face Off #WordlessWednesday

I’m not really into cats but these days thanks to the ‘Good Samaritan ‘ who insisted on making my building into a feeding spot for the neighbourhood cats, I can’t help noticing these felines...

Thank You for the world so sweet #GratitudeCircle 8

Thank You for the world so sweet #GratitudeCircle

Why should you do a gratitude post? I often wonder why I should do a Gratitude Post. Doesn’t it sound a bit like bragging ? And when I was little we were encouraged to...

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Gratitude is hard to find in hard times

As April slowly slips to May, it’s hard to find things to be grateful for. With each day bringing a different problem, this month has been particularly stressful . And as the month coming...

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Cut hair , cut care

When you cut your hair, do you cut your cares ?

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