Thava Indian Restaurant

One of the places to go for authentic North Indian cuisine is Thava Restaurant.

I love the flavorful food, the indian decor and the staff is really friendly and helpful.

Being Indian, I like the fact that the food is absolutely authentic and healthy. You won’t be disappointed and your stomach will be happy.

Thava has a wide selection of good quality, delicious food and great vegetarian options. Thava has recently opened a new branch at Montecasino in Johannesburg and definitely worth a visit.

Some of my favourites include the chaat, the prawn curry, masala biryani and of course the sweet payasam or vermicelli dessert.

I had the pleasure of visiting Thava this week again and you can feast your eyes on the meals below 🙂

Palak chaat

Non veg mixed starter

Veg biryani

Payasam or vermicelli

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ONE NIGHT STANDS COMEDY FESTIVAL

Comedy giants Goliath and Goliath in collaboration with comedian and producer Siv Ngesi, bring you the first One Night Stands Comedy Festival.

10 nights of comedy that don’t involve the walk of shame!

The One Night Stands Comedy Festival will take place from the 30 July – 10 August 2019 at the Theatre on the Square in Sandton. The entire line-up consists of some of South Africa’s best comedians such as Robby Collins, Carvin Goldstone, Noko Moswete, Jason, Nicholas and Donovan Goliath,

The entire line-up consists of some of South Africa’s best comedians such as Robby Collins, Carvin Goldstone, Noko Moswete, Jason, Nicholas and Donovan Goliath, Lihle Msimang, Tsitsi Chiumya and Tats Nkonzo to name a few. They are all ready to bring their A-game and plan to entertain audiences with their most recent and best performing shows. No strings attached here ladies and gentlemen, all you need to do is sit, relax and laugh your pants off.

“I am very excited to finally get the honor to work with the award winning powerhouse ,that is Goliath and Goliath! This platform will show case some of the country’s best comedy talent! Domination is inevitable” says Ngesi.

It’s about time you brag about one night stands worth remembering by taking advantage of all the latest one man shows and comedy specials taking place under one roof.

The lineup for the One Night Stands festival consist of:

30 July – Goliath and Goliath

GOLIATH AND GOLIATH LIVE is a high-energy comedy show, from beginning to end. Brace yourself for versatile content and performances from three of South Africa’s most observational storytellers. Simple, direct, honest and fun… if you enjoy basic truths, this is the show to come and check out!

31 July – Tats Nkonzo

New Nights is a show with an unconventional format where ‘SA’s Got Talent’ host, Tats Nkonzo will be performing with, and interviewed by musicians during the show. Described as an intimate and an unpredictable night of magic, Tats will be bringing new and highly anticipated material to the stage.

1 August – Robby Collins

Robby Collins’ latest show, which is part of his new national tour ‘Iyeza Comedy Tour’, is an honest piece of comedy performed by a comic of age. Get ready for an evening of funny, that is truthful and full of soul.

2 August – Tsitsi Chiumya

Award winning South African comedian Tsitsi Chiumya gets personal about the awkward life of a young person in his debut one man stand up comedy special So Naive. The show follows a personal journey which hilariously highlights that his expectations of the world are “So Naive”. It is not to be missed.

3 August – Carvin Goldstone

Multi award winning journalist and comedian Carvin H Goldstone presents funny stories from his travels around the world. Get ready for an international flavour served with the familiarity of home as Carvin performs in his unique Durban style of delivery.

6 August – Mo Mothebe

The Chocolate Chronicles is the debut hour-long, one man comedy special from South African comedian Tshireletso “MO” Mothebe. The show will showcase Mothebe’s sharp humour, delightful wordplay and deceptive good looks. The chronicles will be the unmissable story of the black middle-class experience through the eyes of one of South Africa’s born free youths.

7 August – Mark Banks

Mark Banks has come out of hibernation to bring you his new one man stand up show – Mark Banks On Ice! Mark will amaze you with jokes while jetting across the stage, showcasing moves that don’t even have a name in French. Russian All-Star Mints might make a guest appearance, so get ready for a lot of hilarious surprises.

8 August – Dalin Oliver

Teacher turned comedian and radio jock, Dalin Oliver, is back with his third one man stand-up comedy show, ADULTING. He’s one of the rising stars of the South African comedy scene and will be taking you through the challenges and confusion about how to survive in the “big world” because Adulting is soooooo hard people! So, take the time and learn from his life hacks and stories.

9 August – Noko Moswete

One Night With The Queen is a collection of jokes from the time Noko Moswete started her comedy to date. It is a collection of thought provoking and funny stories part of Noko Moswetes comedy special. Get more than you bargained for as Noko will also show her musical side as she shares the stage with her band.

10 August – Lihle Msimang

Having been raised in Soweto, yet attending suburban schools, Lihle has had her fair share of horrible nicknames. In her debut one woman show, Ma-temtem, Lihle Msimang celebrates where she grew up, the colourful people in the area, and what it’s like rocking the terrible nickname Ma-temtem.

Tickets are R150 per person. To make your booking visit www.computicket.com

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Travel to South Africa will now be more simpler with Visa-free countries announced by the Minister of Home Affairs

10 July 2019

The Minister of Home Affairs in South Africa, Hon Dr Aaron Motsoaledi announces Visa free countries.

In his speech on the occasion of the budget vote:

“While Home Affairs Department core mandate is issuing identification, we also contribute significantly to economic growth.

We do this by making life easier for our sister Departments such as Tourism to boast their tourism figures. Tourism will soar if we relax visa requirements for entry into South Africa. We know that Tourism is very important for job creation.

Out of the 193 countries who are member states of the United Nations, the Department has granted visa – free status to 75 countries. Of these 16 are in our continent and are SADC members and 59 are from all over the world.

Today, we wish to announce an addition to our visa – free countries.

These are:

  • Qatar
  • United Arab Emirates
  • New Zealand
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Cuba
  • Ghana
  • Sao Tome and Principe

We will immediately enter into discussions with them about how a visa-free regime will work. We still have some homework to do for 3 countries whose combined populations make up close to 30% of the world’s population i.e. China, India and Nigeria.

While we are busy tackling the matter of the three countries. For now we shall this financial year, increase 2½ times the number of people who work for Home Affairs to process visas in both China and India. We shall increase 2 times the number of people who process visas to our country in Nigeria.”

This will drive tourism and make the process to travel to South Africa a much simple one.

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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines To Celebrate Its Centenary in October

2019 is a major year for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines as the brand celebrates a century as one of the leading brands in the international aviation industry. Founded on 7 October 1919 in The Hague, the Netherlands, KLM is the world’s oldest operating airline still flying under its original name.

Since its foundation, the KLM brand has been synonymous with its game-changing approach to innovation, sustainability, diversity, the environment, comfort and customer service making it an industry leader in the global aviation field. Their hands-on approach has helped them solidify the brand as one of trust, quality and efficiency.

29 June 2019 marked the kick off counting down 100 days until KLM celebrates their 100th birthday. The brand’s upcoming centenary is certainly a cause for celebration. Looking back, the brand has grown from taking just 345 passengers and 25,000 kilograms of mail and cargo during the first year of its first scheduled flight between Amsterdam and London in 1920, to more than 400 passengers and 20,000 kilos of mail and cargo on a single Boeing 747 flight today.

KLM’s journey into South Africa started 81 years ago when KLM first took off from Schiphol Airport for Johannesburg in 1938. The journey took a staggering three days to complete. Today, however, KLM remains one of the most efficient ways to fly from South Africa into Europe and beyond. KLM now has a daily flight from Amsterdam to Johannesburg and Cape Town operated with a Boeing 777 aircraft.

“Over the past 100 years, KLM has earned a superb reputation in international air transport. We have always embodied the typical Dutch pioneering and enterprising spirit, which remains an integral part of our brand. I look back on the past 100 years with pride, but also look forward with confidence to the challenges we face on the road ahead,” Pieter Elbers, President and CEO of KLM says.

“Last year KLM celebrated 80 years of service to South Africa and in 2019 we celebrate the 100th birthday of KLM worldwide. I am extremely proud to be part of the legacy of KLM but also of the pioneering spirit of our company which has seen us expand from a small base in the Netherlands to a worldwide footprint. It is also pleasing that over the years we have been able to increase our presence not only in South Africa, but all over Africa. Today we fly to 11 destinations in Africa direct from Amsterdam and many more through our Joint Venture and codeshare partners,” Wouter Vermeulen, General Manager: Southern African Region at Air France-KLM says. “In the future there will be many challenges and transitions but I am confident that KLM will enjoy another successful 100 years in Aviation. The progress we have made with our digital offer, investment into new more fuel efficient fleet, and our commitment to operate more sustainably gives us a solid base to grow from. I am looking forward to the exciting road ahead.”

KLM is immensely proud of the accomplishments it has achieved over the past 100 years and is now setting its sights on the next 100 years. KLM is excited to continue their innovative approach to aviation to transform the landscape in the century ahead. During this period, KLM is set to build on the loyalty it has established with its customers throughout their existence creating even more memorable moments in the years to come. Here’s to changing the world yet again.

For more information about KLM and flights available, call 0860 247 747, email: esales.za@klm.com, or visit their website at www.klm.co.za. More information about KLM’s centenary is available at www.klm100.com.

About KLM

For 100 years, KLM has been a pioneer in the airline industry and is the oldest airline to still be operating under its original name. KLM aims to be the most customer-focused, innovative and efficient airline in Europe, offering reliable service and top-quality products.
KLM carried a record 34.1 million passengers in 2018, offering its passengers direct flights to 162 destinations with a modern fleet of more than 214 aircrafts. The airline employs a workforce of more than 33,000 people worldwide. The KLM network connects the Netherlands with all of the world’s key economic regions and is a powerful engine driving the Netherlands’ economy.

KLM will be the first airline in the world celebrating its one hundred anniversary.

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Have you heard about Auroville?

What is Auroville?

Auroville is a universal township in the making for a population of up to 50,000 people from around the world.

How did Auroville begin?

The concept of Auroville – an ideal township devoted to an experiment in human unity – came to the Mother as early as the 1930s. In the mid 1960s the concept was developed and put before the Govt. of India, who gave their backing and took it to the General Assembly of UNESCO. In 1966 UNESCOpassed a unanimous resolution commending it as a project of importance to the future of humanity, thereby giving their full encouragement.

Why Auroville?

The purpose of Auroville is to realise human unity – in diversity. Today Auroville is recognised as the first and only internationally endorsed ongoing experiment in human unity and transformation of consciousness, also concerned with – and practically researching into – sustainable living and the future cultural, environmental, social and spiritual needs of mankind.

I so want to visit this place. Doesn’t it seem so carefree and idyllic?

Read more: auroville.org

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2019 SPECIAL OLYMPICS SA TEAM BEATS PREVIOUS MEDAL COUNT

2019 SPECIAL OLYMPICS SA TEAM BEATS PREVIOUS MEDAL COUNT

35 GOLD, 15 SILVER, 12 BRONZE

This past week saw the Special Olympics South Africa national office proudly released the final medal total from the 2019 Special Olympics World Games in the United Arab Emirates.

The Games took place from the 14th to the 21stMarch in Abu Dhabi and Dubai and has been hailed as the biggest sporting and humanitarian event in the world. Over 7500 athletes from 190 countries participated and Team South Africa did not disappoint.

The team retuned with 35 Gold (15 being from the Unified Football team), 15 Silver and 12 Bronze setting a new record for Special Olympics South Africa.

Special Olympics South Africa CEO, Ancilla Smith, said: “Before we left I remarked in a number of interviews that I was confident that we would beat our last Gold Medal count of 15. This was the largest World Games ever with the highest number of participants so I knew it wasn’t going to be easy but as usual our National Team excelled.”

Getting the National Team to the UAE was no small task for the organisation as Special Olympics South Africa is a non-profit and relies on grants and sponsorship to maintain their operations. The organisation currently serves over 50 000 athletes across South Africa. A grant had been received from the National Lotteries Commission to support some of the costs for the team but further support was needed.

In order to raise the necessary funds, the organisation launched the #BackOurTeam campaign and asked corporates and others to “Adopt an athlete”. Fortunately, the call was heard by a number of companies such as Ford South Africa who sponsored a record 30 athletes, Netstar, The UAE embassy to South Africa, DIY Depot and Alexander Forbes amongst others. A number of other companies assisted by providing necessary items for the team and Sedgars Sports, a long-time supporter of Special Olympics South Africa provided assistance with kit and apparel.

A number of celebrities also supported the #BackOurTeam campaign by posting messages of support on social media encouraging South Africa to get behind their National Team. Kiernan Forbes, (AKA)went a step further and covered the costs of one of the athletes.

For the Special Olympics athletes that represented this country though their achievement went way beyond receiving medals. The Special Olympics World Games provides the platform for Special Olympics athletes to rise above typical stereotypes and daily exclusion by using sports as a catalyst to create an opportunity for athletes to be defined by their abilities rather than their disabilities.

Dr Mathews Phosa, Chairperson of Special Olympics South Africa was on hand to greet the team on their return and said: “Each and every one of you represent something far greater than any medal and mere sporting achievement, both in this country and in fact, throughout the world. You prove to the world and to those who would continue to try and undermine you that people with an intellectual disability can and will succeed if they are given the opportunity! You prove to all those that would like to isolate and exclude people with an intellectual disability that you will not be silenced. You will not be confined to the shadows. You shine a light as bright as the sun on stigma and discrimination.”

Although Special Olympics South Africa continues to excel at international competition the one thing that still eludes these incredible athletes is official recognition in their home country.

CEO Ancilla Smith said; “Although our athletes continue to prove every day that they are able and that they can represent our country with such incredible achievements they still do not get the same respect and recognition that other National Teams receive. We still work towards the day when they are seen in the same light and given the same support as any other team that represents our country on a global stage”

Special Olympics South Africa is already gearing up to send our next National Team to represent South Africa at the 2021 Special Olympics Winter Games in Sweden.

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#20DaysOfNice with Netflorist

To celebrate their 20th birthday, NetFlorist is inviting South Africans from all walks of life to share stories of people who have gone the extra mile to make the world a better and kinder place. The campaign starts April 1st 2019, and people are encouraged to participate with acts of goodwill during the first 20 days of April. South Africa’s sender of smiles wants to remind people to recognise the positive around them and surprise someone nice with something special.

Caught up in the stress of everyday life, we often forget to thank acquaintances, strangers, friends, colleagues and sometimes even family for making our life a little easier, safer or just plain nicer. We have instances where we need people and they show up such as the car guard that escorted you to your car in the rain under his umbrella, the gentleman in the Polo that stopped to help you with your flat tyre, or the lady that let you go first in the Supermarket queue because you were in a hurry.

Thankers can share these stories using the hashtag #20daysofnice on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, and together with NetFlorist, they will make the world a little more positive, one thank you gift at a time.

At least 20 of the nice people behind these stories will receive a gift from NetFlorist on behalf of the post to say a simple ‘thank you’ because random acts of kindness should not go unnoticed.Hopefully this campaign of positivity will remind South Africans that a little bit of gratitude and niceness go a long way to making our country, and the world, a better, happier place.

Hopefully this campaign of positivity will remind South Africans that a little bit of gratitude and niceness go a long way to making our country, and the world, a better, happier place.

Being nice pays 😊

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World Water Day. Know the facts

Key facts

  • In 2015, 71% of the global population (5.2 billion people) used a safely managed drinking-water service – that is, one located on premises, available when needed, and free from contamination.
  • 89% of the global population (6.5 billion people) used at least a basic service. A basic service is an improved drinking-water source within a round trip of 30 minutes to collect water.
  • 844 million people lack even a basic drinking-water service, including 159 million people who are dependent on surface water.
  • Globally, at least 2 billion people use a drinking water source contaminated with faeces.
  • Contaminated water can transmit diseases such diarrhoea, cholera, dysentery, typhoid, and polio. Contaminated drinking water is estimated to cause 502 000 diarrhoeal deaths each year.
  • By 2025, half of the world’s population will be living in water-stressed areas.
  • In low- and middle-income countries, 38% of health care facilities lack an improved water source, 19% do not have improved sanitation, and 35% lack water and soap for handwashing.

Introduction

Safe and readily available water is important for public health, whether it is used for drinking, domestic use, food production or recreational purposes. Improved water supply and sanitation, and better management of water resources, can boost countries’ economic growth and can contribute greatly to poverty reduction.

In 2010, the UN General Assembly explicitly recognized the human right to water and sanitation. Everyone has the right to sufficient, continuous, safe, acceptable, physically accessible, and affordable water for personal and domestic use.

Access to water

Under the Millennium Development Goals, the target of reducing the proportion of the world’s population without sustainable access to safe water (MDG 7), was measured by the indicator of the population using improved drinking-water sources, but without taking into account the location, availability, or quality of the water.

Sustainable Development Goal target 6.1 calls for universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water. The target is tracked with the indicator of “safely managed drinking water services” – drinking water from an improved water source that is located on premises, available when needed, and free from faecal and priority chemical contamination.

In 2015, 5.2 billion people used safely managed drinking-water services – that is, they used improved water sources located on premises, available when needed, and free from contamination. The remaining 2.1 billion people without safely managed services in 2015 included:

  • 1.3 billion people with basic services, meaning an improved water source located within a round trip of 30 minutes
  • 263 million people with limited services, or an improved water source requiring more than 30 minutes to collect water
  • 423 million people taking water from unprotected wells and springs
  • 159 million people collecting untreated surface water from lakes, ponds, rivers and streams.

Sharp geographic, sociocultural and economic inequalities persist, not only between rural and urban areas but also in towns and cities where people living in low-income, informal, or illegal settlements usually have less access to improved sources of drinking-water than other residents.

Water and health

Contaminated water and poor sanitation are linked to transmission of diseases such as cholera, diarrhoea, dysentery, hepatitis A, typhoid, and polio. Absent, inadequate, or inappropriately managed water and sanitation services expose individuals to preventable health risks. This is particularly the case in health care facilities where both patients and staff are placed at additional risk of infection and disease when water, sanitation, and hygiene services are lacking. Globally, 15% of patients develop an infection during a hospital stay, with the proportion much greater in low-income countries.

Inadequate management of urban, industrial, and agricultural wastewater means the drinking-water of hundreds of millions of people is dangerously contaminated or chemically polluted.

Some 842 000 people are estimated to die each year from diarrhoea as a result of unsafe drinking-water, sanitation, and hand hygiene. Yet diarrhoea is largely preventable, and the deaths of 361 000 children aged under 5 years could be avoided each year if these risk factors were addressed. Where water is not readily available, people may decide handwashing is not a priority, thereby adding to the likelihood of diarrhoea and other diseases.

Diarrhoea is the most widely known disease linked to contaminated food and water but there are other hazards. Almost 240 million people are affected by schistosomiasis – an acute and chronic disease caused by parasitic worms contracted through exposure to infested water.

In many parts of the world, insects that live or breed in water carry and transmit diseases such as dengue fever. Some of these insects, known as vectors, breed in clean, rather than dirty water, and household drinking water containers can serve as breeding grounds. The simple intervention of covering water storage containers can reduce vector breeding and may also reduce faecal contamination of water at the household level.

Economic and social effects

When water comes from improved and more accessible sources, people spend less time and effort physically collecting it, meaning they can be productive in other ways. This can also result in greater personal safety by reducing the need to make long or risky journeys to collect water. Better water sources also mean less expenditure on health, as people are less likely to fall ill and incur medical costs, and are better able to remain economically productive.

With children particularly at risk from water-related diseases, access to improved sources of water can result in better health, and therefore better school attendance, with positive longer-term consequences for their lives.

Challenges

Climate change, increasing water scarcity, population growth, demographic changes and urbanization already pose challenges for water supply systems. By 2025, half of the world’s population will be living in water-stressed areas. Re-use of wastewater, to recover water, nutrients, or energy, is becoming an important strategy. Increasingly countries are using wastewater for irrigation – in developing countries this represents 7% of irrigated land. While this practice if done inappropriately poses health risks, safe management of wastewater can yield multiple benefits, including increased food production.

Options for water sources used for drinking water and irrigation will continue to evolve, with an increasing reliance on groundwater and alternative sources, including wastewater. Climate change will lead to greater fluctuations in harvested rainwater. Management of all water resources will need to be improved to ensure provision and quality.

WHO’s response

As the international authority on public health and water quality, WHO leads global efforts to prevent transmission of waterborne disease, advising governments on the development of health-based targets and regulations.

WHO produces a series of water quality guidelines, including on drinking-water, safe use of wastewater, and safe recreational water environments. The water quality guidelines are based on managing risks, and since 2004 the Guidelines for drinking-water quality included the promotion of Water Safety Plans to identify and prevent risks before water is contaminated.

Since 2014, WHO has been testing household water treatment products against WHO health-based performance criteria through the WHO International ‘Scheme’ to Evaluate Household Water Treatment Technologies. The aim of the scheme is to ensure that products protect users from the pathogens that cause diarrhoeal disease and to strengthen policy, regulatory, and monitoring mechanisms at the national level to support appropriate targeting and consistent and correct use of such products.

WHO works closely with UNICEF in a number of areas concerning water and health, including on water, sanitation, and hygiene in health care facilities. In 2015 the two agencies jointly developed WASH FIT (Water and Sanitation for Health Facility Improvement Tool), an adaptation of the water safety plan approach. WASH FIT aims to guide small, primary health care facilities in low- and middle-income settings through a continuous cycle of improvement through assessments, prioritization of risk, and definition of specific, targeted actions.

Source : World health organisation

https://www.who.int/en/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/drinking-water

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When Things Don’t Turn Out How I’ve Expected or Planned

Hopes and dreams as a young girl of a life filled with love, children, a caring husband and success.

That’s was me.

I remember very few happy moments of my childhood. One being of my dad buying us friday treats and me being the excited little girl who waited eagerly at the window to watch him walk up the pathway with Simba chips in his hands. The joy in simple pleasures.

Another being the carefree child who played outdoors with my brother’s. Riding bikes, flying kites and climbing trees. My dad made us feel brave and like we could do anything.

I also recall a few of the painful memorie. Memories of an abusive father, who turned to alcohol almost every day. It was dreadful to hear the words, ” dad is coming home” I remember the beatings for the smallest mistakes like breaking a cup or watering nail polish. Even as a teenager in high school I was subjected to a belting where it left me in pain and my body bared the scars. It got so bad that I prayed for God to take him away from us. The abuse my mum suffered both verbally and physically was unbearable to watch as a child .

The most question I often asked was, why didn’t she leave. Being a school teacher, she should have known better.

All I wanted for my life was to find love, have a loving family and live happily ever after. Quite the fairytale. I never asked for anything else.

The naive me thought I was going to marry the first person I loved or dated. Boy did I have a lot of learning to do. The love I wanted found its way to me and by the age of 21 I got married and I promise you, I was the happiest bride.

The happiest bride because I had found love and because I was out of my dad’s house. I no longer had to endure his now verbal abuse.

My mum eventually divorced my dad and he passed away in his early 50’s . If believe the shock of divorce and a broken heart left him a broken man.

My fairytale married life was beautiful. We worked really hard as a couple to build businesses and to build a really beautiful home. We travelled often and enjoyed the many blessings life gave us. My twins were born 2 years later after marriage and became my life.

This beautiful life fell apart suddenly. Without notice, without warning. It was ripped apart. We divorced after 12 years of marriage and this event changed my life forever. The life I planned, hoped for and envisioned was over.

Depression took over and I stopped believing in God. I blamed God for turning my world upside down.

Today after 12 years of being divorced, I still look back and the many unanswered questions leave me feeling sad and disappointed.

Life has been good and life has been really tough. As a single mother, I had to deal with my depression and also put on a brave face for my children. I have failed in many areas but I have also triumphed in raising two beautiful humans.

I now believe God has his plan and I walk with his grace and mercy. One day at a time is my mantra.

There are many like me, who have been through similar trials. I salute single mums. You are strength personified.

Life has not turned out as I planned and each day brings its own troubles and blessings. I believe it’s important to recognise the emotions we go through and to deal with it , release it and heal.

Recognise what makes you sad , angry, disappointed, scared and upset. Write it down , acknowledge the emotions then forgive yourself and others . Release this by handing it over to God or burning it.

I still believe in love and all things magical. My inspiration comes from my life story. If I can make a positive difference in at least one life, then I have done well.

People in our lives play different roles and I have found that no one truly knows me. I still yearn for that love i dreamt of. I’m human after all. It would be so good to have that one person but for now If I need to have a heart to heart with anyone, I go to Him.

God will walk with us , if we allow him in.

I wish you enough. 🙏 Enough love ❤️ enough peace🌺

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Places to see in the world

Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colors. And the people there see you differently, too. Coming back to where you started is not the same as never leaving.

Our world is filled with amazing people, sights , attractions and a variety of foods. In this life I want to travel the world seeing God’s creation in all its splendour.

Have you been to any one of these stunning places ?

Which other attractions would you add to this list

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