A little resilience is needed when nothing is working in your favor and especially when you’ve added to the troubles yourself. In February I had to hold it together and not completely give up the hope for a better life or to be in a happier place. Although I’ve always felt that I could never force things to happen and they would eventually take their course. Looking for some direction but just don’t see the way yet. I haven’t stopped pursuing my hobbies and trying to make the blog as interesting as possible. It’s nice when you have those moments where an idea pops into your head and you have to write it down at once. I do wish I was a better writer and that I could be more convincing while expressing myself. Maybe I’ll get better with time or this is simply my writing style one I couldn’t change even if I tried.
This month I’ve had a good mix of posts. These are the ones I loved putting out.
The Postmistress of Paris for having tried to dig deep into it and even creating a photograph of Nanée’s beautiful neck.
The Busker in Ek Kahaani because the story is close to my heart.
Say wham! Wham! For until the next time I have concert tickets and for the love of 80s pop.
Look out for next month
Look out next month for pictures from a zine we once made coming soon in iPhotographs and a blend of articles on books, life bytes and a story of lost love in Ek Kahaani.
I’ve been reading The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller, Reboot Your Life, Your Way by Erica de Souza and The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris this month. Yes! Plenty of good reading.
A wonderful coffee date with my closest friends gave me a chance to reconnect with them and made me happy.
What is the thing you find doing the hardest? I find being funny is hard to do. To leave you with a little comic relief from my favourite comic strip. Pearls before Swine. I hope you enjoy it! Remember I said February was going to be all about laughter.
This Month’s Mantra
The next time you have absolutely nothing to do visit Faith and give it some love.
To end Faith Logs with a quote I loved-
Faith doesn’t worry.
So, even if you don’t know how things are going to turn out,
Choose to be fully persuaded that everything is going to turn out in your favour.
Keep the Faith Always!