Life is something. Daily, we go about our business and “busyness” and 24 hours may not even be enough. From time to time though, we need to literally, step out of time as we know it and examine life from the “outside”. If we do, we will recall something oh so simple: We need to know: What to do? Where to go? Why am I doing this? Who will help me? Where do I go from here?

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As human existence has evolved through the centuries, our thinking and lifestyles have followed suit. We have formed and reformed archetypes on how life should be lived and how things should work. These ideals established by the highly intellectual human species, have been passed on from generation to generation. Many of them are the

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Hi guys,

I’m terribly sorry for the looonnggg silence.Long story and not necessarily a fun read.

So I decided to dabble a bit into video, give you guys some variety.

I know this blog is titled all things bright and beautiful but I’ve haven’t written anything about beauty in that usual sense. Well, here’s my first related post….

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A mother’s love is a phenomenal thing, a powerful self-sustaining force that guides its bearer on an life-long journey of duty,sacrifices, joy, fears, hopes and fulfillment. It is one of the wonders of the world and reflects the Love of God towards mankind.

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Too Blessed to be Stressed

It’s practically the end of January already! And I imagine our New Year Resolutions to morph into  New Year awakenings. When current realities set in and the holiday/new year exuberance gives way to everyday ‘busyness’, the euphoria tends to wane.With each passing day, those lofty goals start to seem like mountains needing more exertion than we think we can muster. Take it easy, it’s only normal.

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Hello there,let’s get this show on the road shall we?

The runway,photoshoots and red carpets are not the sole repositories of beauty. It lurks in the noonday and night, it breezes by the leaves in the trees.It also sits gingerly on the face of a new mother, on the brow of the labourer after a long, productive day. It dwells on the skin of the Mongolian as much as it caresses the rich, dark flesh of the Somalian. The Caucasian skin is also blessed with it as much as the Latinos’.

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