Do you believe you are worthy of love? Give an honest answer to yourself. If your response is no, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Millions of people all around the globe feel this way. If you routinely shut down when it comes to openly and freely expressing your
Since this is Thanksgiving weekend in the US, and many people would be celebrating the occasion with their families, I wanted to share a traditional story that I read a couple of days back. There once was a man, who was raising his young son. The mother had passed away
We, humans, pride ourselves on strength, independence, and self-reliance. It fuels both our ego and our confidence. But the truth is that most of us are ill-equipped to travel the success journey alone. We’re all going to have moments when it won’t be possible to stand by ourselves
Here’s a short story that I heard a few days back, and I absolutely love the lesson that it teaches. Personally, I found it quite timely, and I’m sure it’ll resonate with many of you as well. A father said to his daughter “You have graduated with
Many people, especially if they’re involved in a family business, tend to hire their immediate family members and blood relatives for important positions in their company. But often in my personal opinion, this just opens Pandora’s box and brings countless troubles both in their work and family life.
“You must love in such a way that the person you love feels free.” ― Thich Nhat Hanh If you’re in a relationship with someone and if you’re always trying to control your partner, telling them to do this or not do that, then it’s a clear indicator
“Love is the strongest power there is.” — J.K. Rowling Today is Valentine’s Day, the day when love is in the air. And considering all the negative news from all around the globe that constantly floods our screens and makes us feel uncertain, pessimistic, and fearful of the future
Like other areas of life, the compound effect holds true in relationships as well. For the unversed, the compound effect is the strategy of reaping huge rewards from small, seemingly insignificant actions. Here’s the key formula Small choices + consistency + time = significant results In essence, it’s not big choices,