Weekend prayer

by Hazel Straub Where you place your focus, think about, determines how you live. Negativity brings bitter roots, offense, bitter root judgments, unforgiveness and premature death. Change your mind about the people, who hurt you, and forgive them. Ask God to forgive you, for holding offenses and bitterness, against others and yourself. Loving God, meditating […]

via Choose Life And Blessings! — Pure Glory

Olympic Day

The three pillars of Olympic Movement are #move, #learn  and #discover.

WOA hosts special events, activities and festivals and ensure that the positive values of the Olympic Movement, excellence, friendship and respect, are promoted So that the new Generation can understand them.

#OlympicDay

#excellence  #friendship #respect

Doodle these days

Hanawa Hokiichi, Japan’s revered blind scholar and Buddhist monk of the Edo-era, was born on this date a full 271 years ago. A Google Doodle appearing in the country Friday shows the savant seated next to a kneeling student, with dreams of books floating above his head — alluding to reputation as a font of…

via Google Doodle Celebrates the Birthday of Japan’s Blind Scholar Hanawa Hokiichi — TIME

Railing

Who is the ghost that walks the train? The apparition tugs on our shirt sleeves But all rides are displaced We are logged into otherness, Password protected Our faces dug deep into ourselves Reflections fed to us Wires from out our ears Wi-Fi, stuck in our gut Download speeds of the central nervous system. Our […]

via Railing — Elan Mudrow

Things you just don’t see

In your early days as a photographer, you likely relied on your camera’s autofocus settings. There is nothing wrong with shooting that way. In fact, there are plenty of moments when even the most respected photographers utilise this mode, so there is no stigma for shooting in auto. There are some situations, though, when manual […]

via 5 Moments to Shoot With Manual Focus — The Fujifilm Blog

Where the Times meet

And then the day arrived when a thoughtful friend presented me with this lovely t-shirt, a thing I cherish. It’s the gift that keeps on giving, especially when you are forced to attend a gathering where there are far too many gatherers. It lets the personal-space invaders know that you are perfectly content to be […]

via Present Tense – #11 — Bonnywood Manor

No longer the Hero she counted on..

Caleb JonesEvery year this day comes, and every year I am reminded of the pain. I find myself swallowing away the lump in my throat when I see Father’s Day cards in the store. I feel my stomach drop as I scroll through social media seeing posts of girls praising their dads. I can’t hear…

via To The Fatherless Girls Out There, You Are Not Alone — Thought Catalog

Happy Father’s Day

I gotta stay away from my Father cuz of my work and

I really feel bad for that,i couldn’t spend much time with him in his late days,He has been suffering from several pains,one of them is  Joints pain,He’s unable to walk by himself. He needs someone to hold him by the hand.

My Wife along with my Children takes care of him. My Mum had passed away a long ago. After my mother’s departure, He was hopeless,he lost his only support but he stayed strong recognizing his duty towards his children.

 

My Dad is the best thing ever happened to me and i love him him a lot.

So many times i have planned to quit my job but he was not happy with my Decision. He believes Life and Death both are natural and must stay Natural. He do not wants to extend his Life artificially with the help of Medical science.

But i have made my mind this time, I want to be with him, as much as i can.

Whoever has said,said it right  “Father is son’s first Hero and Daughter’s first Love”