Season of Giving


16454_lcb-86k-Hb-ain-LCB-64-christmas-givingTime is come to spread the joy, peace, happiness and love.

This Christmas season, give what you may be blessed with in abundance to those who need to believe that God is within us all.

Be the change that you would like to see.

Sponsor a Child!

Yup, I can…….


Since the beginning of time, planting doubts into someone’s thoughts has come so naturally to humans.

You want to do something and ask around for opinions – What do you get? Either they aren’t sure you can or they just don’t care what you do with your life. Ofcourse, there are those who encourage too. But if you think you cannot, then it’s impossible to achieve anything at all.

About a year ago, I thought I wasn’t capable enough. Had dreams but was always doubtful if I’d be able to make it possible. Believing in me was something that I could not do. There I go again! The words ‘I cannot’ is so strong that it can destroy what little faith you have in yourself. That coupled with negativity can lead you spiralling down and keep you there till as long as YOU want to.

I started reading books – enhancing positive thinking, how to’s, do it yourself, etc. I started processing the information and began planning on how to regain my confidence. Bear in mind that different techniques works differently for each person. I needed to build on positivity, mostly from within. Today I can proudly say, I’m involved with Drikshya (check out my post in September), Head of Photography Club at St. Mary’s Church, Dubai and maintaining the St. Mary’s Catholic Sports Community Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/StMarys.SportsFest?ref=aymt_homepage_panel.

It is important to know your worth and your capabilities. That along with confidence can help achieve goals. Change ‘I cannot!’ to ‘I can!’

Today your task is to meditate on ‘I CAN’ and go out there and dream big. It is possible!

Charity Begins From Your Heart and Soul….


Some time ago, I thought about adopting an orphan as my first child as soon as I got married. I had a vision, that if every family had the heart to do this, we could help give orphans the opportunity to enjoy a loving family and grow up to be a better person. It is not their fault that they are orphans. Sometimes it is the price they pay for their parent’s mistakes or destiny took a sharp turn. They also do not deserve to face this bitter truth of negativity from humans these days. There is hope in today’s world; we just need to work towards it.

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