We all compare ourselves to other people, and I can assure you that the people who seem to have it all do not.
When you look at other people through a lens of compassion and understanding rather than judgment and jealousy, you are better able to see them for what they are – human beings. They are beautifully imperfect human beings going through the same universal challenges that we all go through.
Imperfections can develop humility and empathy. Wouldn’t we all agree that those are great traits to have?
Personally, I found great freedom in believing in me.. We are all created for a purpose even with imperfections.
Today is July 1st, 2021 – Canada Day, so I thought it would be great to make a short blog and to wish all my fellow Canadians Happy Canada Day!
2021 has been quite a year so far, and it’s not over yet. We had the pandemic 2nd year now, all the countermeasures affecting our lives in so many ways. I see how hard it might be for people to celebrate today, but I don’t want to focus on negatives. Life is an interesting thing – it goes on, no matter what. And I think that no matter how hard we were affected by all these events, we should try and take advantage of such adversities. Im using this time to. do some soul searching, to plan new endeavors and to prepare ourselves for them.
I hope this crises ends, things already started improving – businesses are re-opening, we are starting to attend certain events, making appointments. Lots of activities switched to online and since they are much more efficient this way, they will likely continue to be done virtually.
Lots of people learned something about themselves during the lockdown and changed the way they do things. They became more efficient, they re-evaluated their priorities, better organized, and now are set for success, which will come as our society gets back to normal.
I hope that many of us will see our current plans and dreams come through in the next months.
But, today I am going on spend some time reflecting on the past year, making plans and enjoying this beautiful day in my amazing country.
I have been excited about this summer, I have been travelling alot & currently in Barrie writing this blog… I will be back in Mississauga …
After months of being told to keep our distance, I think everyone is ready to get up close and extremely personal – it is time to get close!!
Shutting off intimacy with others with some over the past 18 months has been uncomfortable depressing – each lockdown seemed to remove a layer of optimism about the future.
I wonder, though, whether from this emotionally past – it might not be easy for some to connect with others. We’ve all been through something, together. Might it make us more compassionate? Kindness has been missing, connections have been missing.
If this year has taught me anything, it’s that we absolutely must enjoy one another if we can.
I love the planning, the anticipation, the journey, getting in my car and of course, the actual destinations and finally all the wonderful memories and experiences I bring home that live with me forever. In the future. I’ve been surprised but thrilled that so many of you have taken an interest in my travels . visiting me and enjoy reading about my thoughts– it’s very encouraging and makes me very happy!
Thank you for taking the time to read this. I’m already looking forward to sharing my travel stories and photos with you. Do come along and join my adventures!
Mississauga till Wed June 16th morning.then I will be back in London Ontario..
Ah, the glory of a sundress. I endure the outdoors with its sweltering heat… The bare shoulders kissed by the sun, the sensual yet tasteful way the dress moves with my hips. Oh and those beautiful breasts!!!
Orillia/Muskoka boys – I am wearing my summer dress to Orillia 💕
While so much looks and feels different right now, at least we are gifted with hot beautiful weather!!🌟🌸
The holiday season may have stolen the official title, but depending on who you ask, summer is definitely the most wonderful time of the year. And who could argue with that sentiment? From licking ice cream dripping down your hands in the hot sun, to relaxing outside with a book in your hands , to firing up the grill !!
Though there are not many things you can do during these unprecedented times,I am available for a visit. .
Low key people usually have a small social circle. They mind their own business and don’t get involved with anyone else’s drama. Pretty easy-going, but will shut you down if they think you’re being particularly full of drama, backstabber, or a complete ass!!
Be Low-key. Be private. Be humble.”
Alot of people ask. How are you doing thru Covid???
Like everyone else, I feel the huge ness of this and I feel fear for my dear ones and for the most vulnerable people in our world. What I’ve been doing is a mix – walking in nature and taking in beauty , talking to people and feeling our shared vulnerability and connect beauty and doing a lot of meditating. It gives me a pathway back to steadiness that’s just immensely helpful.
When someone comes into my life and has a positive impact on me., but for some reason, they can’t stay, I don’t mourn for too long. I am thankful that our paths crossed and that they have somehow made me happy, even if it was just for a short while. Life is change. People really do come and go. Some come back, some don’t and that’s okay. And just because one person leaves doesn’t mean you should forget about everyone else who’s still standing by your side. Continue to appreciate what you have, and smile about the memories.