Written by Sahithi Divi
Have you gone back to childhood?
To the days of dodging ideas ,
Far from today’s disgrace,
Pages full of glowing stories ,
To moral rhymes about twinkling stars,
When it was easier to say , “I miss you”
Years of memories come alive ,
Taking a walk with albums from the time ,
To see the same Friends today ,
Meet for living the times, that never come,
Regrets seem like a lesson ,
Pain can withstand your past ,
Everything may not feel right ,
Glad you got the roughest ride ,
Nothing fades with time ,
It only heals and passes on,
Like solitude came a long way,
Changing forms of life stammer,
The time of war for limited snacks ,
Coding plans for creepy sneak outs ,
Those times of bringing back dust, home,
Remember trading your sport cards?
Posters that made you a leader,
Imagination you left to novel comics ,
The child in you is far no gone,
Go back to your childhood ,
Tell them all , you meant a lot.sahithi divi
Written By Sahithi Divi ( source : http://www.impactscientist.com )
Written by Sahithi Divi
Everybody who owns a dog is actually owned by the dog itself. Dogs are selfless show masters who enslave humans to their unique loving capabilities. Dogs are the movie I can play in real life dreamfully everyday. They manifest the ambience using ‘ Wag and Woof ‘ spirit. Although it is extremely difficult to write just a handful of words, yet I will spin across my life’s most precious times to pull out some dots that froze in time but remained as life lessons.
Woofing lessons coming up –
- ‘ WELCOMES ‘ — Dogs really know how to make one’s day start, like a life full of treats. Greetings depend on the mood, situation and the amount of time missed. Wag and Woof means – Smile and Hugs.
- ‘ LOVE IN ALL SIZES ‘ — They come with customised colors, sizes and places but they all love like the world is ending tomorrow. Thier existence teaches that everyone has their own way of contributing to your journey, take it all in.
- ‘ LIVE IN THE MOMENT’ — Dogs hold on to each moment witholding a nature of relishing every second of their time ie; with their friends, humans, meal, playtime …. not only being lazy wholeheartedly but they also master the art of getting the sleep they deserve.
- ‘ RECIEVING IS AN ART ‘ — Dogs exhibit the most adorable act of ‘ giving us the joy of giving’ by showing appreciation stacked with their charm through recieving and being patient.
- ‘LEAD LIKE A DOG ‘ — Dogs know the game of peace and war. They settle on hungry offerings with a weak nerve and watering mouth, at the same time, they also fight for the duties like a soldier sniffing away the opposite feelings.
- ‘ NEVER BE ALONE ‘ — Whenever it is possible, give your time to ones that need it. It changes the course of thinking for them. Feeling wanted is a beautiful gift you can give someone.
- ‘ PET THE SUSTAINABLE WAY ‘ — Just like humans, there are millions of dogs up for adoption, waiting with a remarkable story to tell and a happy home to spread unquestionable love. We need this attitude shift to upscale the quality of life for dogs. Organisations like Blue Cross have active adoption frameworks being executed in place.
Click Here To See My Journey With Dogs —— ‘ Dogs’ are wonderful teachers who gave me life goals for an enriching time.
Written by Sahithi Divi ( source: http://www.impactscientist.com )
Written by Sahithi Divi
Amid the constant schedule pre designed around us everyday, do we realise the purpose of that constant shedule ? All the success related powers can be achieved only after crossing the emotional barriers. Path leading to ambition yields best if balanced with being aware of people’s state around you. Emotional Intelligence comes to use in almost every occurence from personal to professional level. Interestingly , the learnings come mostly from micro sources.
I identified some tools to equip my self with greater compassion towards giving more and being able to receive better from life. In my opinion they apply to everyone ; school kids ? entrepreneurs ? for that matter everybody …
- Empathy: Being non judgemental towards people, to dissolve various perspectives and stage a life filled with real performances of sharing, learning and growing. Empathy is a non opinionated understanding and a powerful suport system.
- Listen : There is a lot of life hidden in the big talks and sometimes that includes listening, which is an art. To listen without changing the course of narration and avoiding the reflexive iterruptions might give you better views.
- Purpose : Try not to measure anything in materialistic ways but if at all you do, then measure the purpose of value creation that is generated in exchange to your time and effort.
- People : Everyone in your life tree will leave a little of them in you. While you go through the process, try to make the most with every person you meet to give them good memories after crossing paths. Time is less enough to reflect on things that cannot matter.
- Sustainable : Lean towards minimalism, consuming responsibly, recycling and spreading ecological awareness. Even nature has emotional needs from us.
- Give : This is a personal choice yet my expirience with giving has always been overwhelming in terms of inner growth and soul expansion. Giving releases the hunger for more and provides the comfort of containment.
- Forgive : Free your inner peace to evoke and let go of what is not in your control . Forgive as much as possible to make place for acceptance.
We encounter family, friends, beneficiaries, customers, collegues etc. in soo many unexpected ways. Embrace intelligence with emotions for a wonderful ride.
So , are we emotionally intelligent ?…
Written By Sahithi Divi ( http://www.impactscientist.com )
The simplest truth that can resolve you from running around your thoughts is that there is no right or wrong in this world. It is the independent perspectives emerging out of uniquely contrasting life experiences, creating a perplex cross path of doubts and opinions. This leads to contesting for conflicts based on objective stance. Try swapping your point of view and discover a happier life.– Sahithi Divi ( Source: http://www.impactscientist.com)