Showing posts from February, 2022

Defining Boundaries: Novak Djokovic

  Credits: Wallpaper Flare Respect. Respect. Respect. Here is a man who knows his boundaries and who knows his person is more important than his accomplishments, his status or his standing and is willing to put all at stake for self-preservation! Kudos to the current world No. 1, Novak Djokovic! The 34-year-old Tennis champion from Serbia has been in the news for refusing to take the covid 19 vaccine. He may have to pay the price for it by forgoing future championships. He, however, refuses to budge. Firmly, politely and with due respect, he says he has nothing against the vaccine and has taken vaccines before but he personally does not want to take this one and that only he would decide what goes into his body. There is a strong lesson in this for everyone. Let us learn from this man. First of all, if you think I am a staunch fan coming to his rescue then let me get that out of the way. I appreciate a whole lot of people but I am not a fan of anybody, especially a frenzied one. Th

Hurt People: Harsh Truths!

  First and foremost, let us get one basic fact clear. We are all hurt! Whether we acknowledge it or not, whether we recognize it or not, if we have lived beyond five years of our life, we are hurt in some way or another. Even the best of us, who are quick to defend our families and our upbringing only choosing to remember the good times (either deliberately or subconsciously believing so), have wounds which start playing out when we grow up and enter relationships. Unless we consciously work on healing and do it continually, we remain the mess we are, living every relation in our typical patchwork style and going through the same rut or karmic cycles, more often than not, right to our graves. Secondly, there is no judgement here. In fact, even though I may express strong opinions on my blog, I believe in learning continuously and evolving and my opinions do change over a period of time. We are all human and as long as we stay flexible and open to new ideas, we grow. We may or may n