Sunshine Blogger Award

Congrats, Steph
Also thanks for all the ‘likes’
Happy writing and blogging
Lets work, build and create together

Let a ‘dose/touch’ of positivity be contagious…and go viral

“Climb the mountain not to plant your flag, but to embrace the challenge, enjoy the air and behold the view. Climb it so you can see the world, not so the world can see you.”
― David McCullough Jr.

Roses and Brimstone

I’ve been nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award by

Thank you so much!

What is the Sunshine Blogger Award?

“The Blogosphere community holds several awards that bloggers use to nominate a blog in appreciation for its creative, inspiring, or motivational content.”
“The award also helps other bloggers receive recognition and free exposure for their blogs.”


The rules

1. Thank the blogger who nominated you in the post and link to their blog

2. Answer the 11 questions asked of you

3. List the rules and include the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post

4. Write a new list of 11 questions for your nominees

5. Nominate 11 bloggers for the Sunshine Blogger Award

11 Questions asked of me

1.Why are you passionate about blogging?

I am quite passionate about it and I have another blog predominantly about mental and herbal health care. I am a quiet soul…

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God is the Champion of our Story

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Beat the odds by learning a language? These ancient Literate Ladies did…

ShiraDest: toward The Four Freedoms for All Human Beings

Ask Tamar, Ruth, and Scheherazade.
רֶגַע… Rega… Wait, you say:
Scheherazade is not in the Bible, she is from the Thousand and One Nights, originally in Arabic, or maybe partly in Persian, but certainly not in Hebrew;
This, you remember!

Ok, point taken, her book was not in Hebrew, but Arabic is a sister language.   More on this shortly…

Tamar was a Canaanite woman, and so had to learn Hebrew, or Judah’s dialect of Hebrew at the very least.
Ruth, a native of Moab, had to learn the Hebrew of the time of Naomi.
Scheherazade, at the palace, had to learn the hardest languages of all: the languages of heartbreak, of story, and of love.

So, you see, Scheherazade’s story is the same as that of her Biblical sisters: she was a clever woman faced with a survival situation in a man’s world. And she, like…

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There is nothing worse than hunger,’ says South Africa hero Siya Kolisi of helping townships during lockdown

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The Water War

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Originally posted on Sharing: Water covers 71 percent of the Earth’s surface but for the most part it is composed of salt water and even the sweet one is not always accessible: only 0.3 is found in rivers and lakes and can be used by humans . The danger of tensions and conflicts linked to…


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Finding Answers to Your Everyday Questions

Teacher Camille Writes

This scene from Sex Education perfectly captures my feelings recently — “This fucking pressure!” Source:

Today, I find the need to rewrite on my journal which I bring with me everyday. Yet, I only open it when I have to revisit my thoughts or when my mind messes up with me. When the latter happens, I have to write down the stream of thoughts and emotions in order to keep sane. Earlier, I wrote about my feelings, which I identified was, anger.

I’m so mad — mad about not being able to follow my schedule, mad about somebody’s attitude, mad about the time, space, and energy I lack in order to accomplish tasks. Abide all these, I received yet another pressure this morning! My schedule was threatened not to be followed again. Luckily, I was saved by the urge to do the things that I have to do; I…

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Koi Jab Tumhara Hriday tod de(when some one breaks your heart)- Lyrics and Translation


(Koi jab tumhaaraahridaytod de)

When someone breaks your heart

(Tadaptaa huaa jab koii chhod de)

When someone leaves you in suffering
(Tab tum mere paas aanaapriye)

Then come to me, beloved
(Meraadarkhulaa hai, khulaa hii

rahegaa tumhaare liye)

My door is open, and will always

remain open for you
(Koi jab tumhaaraa hriday toD de)

When someone breaks your heart
(Abhii tumko merii zaruuratnahii.N)

At the moment you do not need

someone like me
(Bahut chaahanewaale mil jaaye.nge)

You will meet many people who fall in

love with you
(Abhiiruupka eksaagarho tum)

For now you are an ocean of beauty
(Kamaljitne chaahoge khil jaaye.Nge)

As many lotuses as you desire will

bloom for you
(Darpantumhe jabDaraanelage)

When your…

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