“Please do me a Favor”

Hi šŸ™‚

Before asking you to do me a favor, I would like to share a short story of a Boy and a Girl. This story is about a girl who joined the university, she met a boy who is always kind to her. This story is about few conversation between the girl and the boy before the boy had to move to another city.

“HeĀ greeted herĀ ‘Hi’, She didn’t reply.
HeĀ gave herĀ a sweet smile, She responded with a sigh.
HeĀ showed herĀ the love, heĀ received a shrug.
But when HeĀ bid goodbye, She began to cry.”

This reveals that, we don’t need to wait until its too late to tell someone how important they are in your life, how much their presence matters to you. Because when they’re gone, no matter how loud you shout and cry, they won’t hear you anymore. Love the people God gave you because he will need them back one day.

So, I request you to notĀ let go all those people who made you smile, when you don’t even wanted to Smile!Ā Life is short. Smile while you still have teeth. šŸ˜€

Now, can you please do me a Favor ? Can you please smile because it suits you. Smile because you’re beautiful, because you’re amazing, because you’re unique, because you can, because tomorrow is a new day, because no matter what you think, someone loves you. Smile because you deserve to.

I hope you always have a reason to Smile šŸ™‚


“I’m not weird. I am a limited edition”

People make me anxious. You never quite know what they’re up to, and sometimes they just flat-out let you down. As social media and texting have become more prevalent, I find myself trying to avoid people altogether.. and I don’t think I’m the only one. Much like couple of my friendsĀ who we met duringĀ the age when they actually showed Bugs Bunny cartoons on Saturday mornings, I get a little freaked out when I see large groups of PEEEOPLE!!!!

I always seem to feel like I don’t fit in with the group, and I tend to gravitate towards the perimeter so that I can slowly, slowly make my way to the exit. However, recently I stumbled upon a startling conclusion: I am not weird. Well, maybe I am – but my feelings of being uncomfortable in group settings is not weird. In fact, I think most people feel the same way.

That old saying ‘Fake it till you make it’ seems pretty appropriate right about now.
So, my dear awkward, socially-inept, weird friends:
Embrace your inner sense. There’s nothing wrong with it!
Know that deep down, through all the layers of your weirdness, there is still someone original and unique. You just have to give them permission to come out and play sometime.

Until next time……just stay weird šŸ™‚