So, I know I haven’t blogged in about a year, but I came across an article online which made me reflect on something that happened in my teen years. A friend, or should I say “friend”, had visited Australia for a couple of weeks during summer break, and all of us were really intrigued by
“We receive an addition of a new life to our family and we laugh, yet surely we should cry. We lose our dear loved ones and we cry, yet surely we should laugh. For returning back to our Lord is surely greater than being in this world…”
I thought I’d share a little something with you, something that happened to me this morning on my way to work. Oh! I forgot to mention, I have a new job, only just been the first week but things are starting to look positive. I am now an Assistant Accountant for a company named Sonoco,
The end of a crazy year not just for me but for many of you out there! I’ve had a lot of ups and downs, there’s been plenty of laughter and nearly as many tears. But it’s a year that has created so many memories that I won’t ever forget. This time last year, the
“If you can’t change what’s around you, then change the way you look at things!”
A good friend of mine once decided to talk some sense in to me, and told me this quote, life started to make more sense. I know that sounds rather stupid, but sometimes you just need someone else to tell you the most obvious things in life… this was just one of those things. I really do have an awesome wise friend!
I really do have the most amazing friends in the world, I always tell them that they’re truly awesome, but they never take me seriously. It always turns into a laugh and joke situation. So I thought that maybe I could write a letter to them, to show them how much they really do mean
I know I’ve been gone for quite a while now, but I do have a perfectly good reason for it. Over the past month, Muslims around the world have been fasting as part of their duty, a duty each and every Muslim should fulfil unless they have a medical reason not to; the fasting during