World

I live in a world so hateful that I would rather die than be a part of it. I don’t doubt who I am nor do I deny being at fault for the many mistakes I have made. Yet living a life as a kind, understanding and generous individual has left me feeling empty and used and very much alone.

There have been many moments in life that I have been pushed into doubting myself and the pushers have succeeded. Yet I have bounced back and regained my position of being a strong believer in my own action but above all I have trusted my intentions. I fully accept that intentions cannot be seen or measured but their purity can be observed through our actions. As a person I have never intentionally intended to hurt, manipulate or marginalised anyone but am humble enough to know that I may have done so.

Today I sit and wonder why I am going wrong and why so much abuse is being hurled towards me. Self reflection works on some occasions but at times it really does put you in a dilemma where self questioning over powers the obvious truth. Why is being understanding such an awful quality to have? And why does this give so many people the passport or take advantage of my kind nature? I ask myself the question often but fail to generate an appropriate answer. As an individual I feel I do allow for a majority of the hatred and abuse to occur but then feel powerless to stop it when I do stand up for myself. The result of standing up for myself is often more emotional abuse or losing the individual concerned. I care too much, I often care beyond the point of caring and at the cost of my self-worth, self-respect and self-esteem. A harsh reality is that allowing this has contributed to my current state and it’s a vicious cycle I don’t seem to free myself from.

It’s hard, but I’m doing what I can.

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Best wishes,
Maahi PM

Heaven on Earth

My recent holiday proved to be the most exhilarating and breathe taking experience of my life so far.

We visited North Wales, UK and mostly the north and north-west coastal areas. The area is a lush green with views of the Snowdonia National Park, hills, cliffs, The Irish Sea and beautiful sandy beaches. It’s a quiet part of the UK but there is lots to see and do in this remote wonder of the world. We stayed at a self catering town house in Caernarfon just within walking distance of Caernarfon Castle. The street surrounding the town house resembled those found in the medieval era; they were small and narrow but full of Welsh culture and heritage. Here I share with you my photographs.

Llandudno - The Great Orme
Llandudno – The Great Orme

 

The Great Orme Cafe
The Great Orme Cafe

 

Caernarfon
Caernarfon

 

Snowdonia
Snowdonia

 

Llandudno
Llandudno

 

Sunset over The Great Orme - Llandudno
Sunset over The Great Orme – Llandudno

 

Pwelli Beach
Pwelli Beach

 

Snowdonia Mountain Treck
Snowdonia Mountain Trek

 

Best Wishes
Maahi PM

11 Differences Between Dating A Boy vs A Man

Beautiful post. If only all men and cultures allowed this.

love story from the male perspective

Ms. Amy Chan wrote a great article on growing up and how her perspective changed on the world, on dating, on herself. I asked permission to re-publish her article and make some comments. To follow Amy Chan on the social networks, click on her name.

Having been educated and working in Family Counseling for a number of years before turning to full-time writing and producing, I’ve come in contact with a variety of
different views while listening to the hearts of men. Other than being raised in various environments and having different personalities, we’re not that different. At the end of the day, the basic wants and needs are the same. So though I cannot speak for all men, here’s another perspective.

Amy: When I was in my early twenties, if a guy acted aloof, called back only sometimes and showed minimal interest, I would get hooked. You could say I was addicted 10-relationship-tips-everyoneto the…

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