Hi, I'm reading a book called "The Name of the Wind" by Patrick Rothfuss and the main character Kvothe said, "A lack of trust leads to dislike," and then I thought of all the people I do not like, and I realised that I do not trust them all. This is obvious, but still, I have never really made this correlation before. From this quote, I proceeded to think about trust, relative to my life and I was accosted by many questions and realisations; even now. Do likeable and attractive people stimulate our trust for them? Do our trust for them actually reflect their real trustworthiness or do they merely behave in a way that suggests to our mind that they can be trusted? What came first: trust or like/ distrust or dislike? And, what are these behavioural cues that make us trust or distrust people? Is this quote a load of bullshit? The Merriam Webster dictionary states that trust is a "firm belief in the character, strength or truth of someone or something," a be…
There is a new fashion line in town called Citrine by Tasneem Moosa (my friend who is stylish and gorgeous. Before I post the pictures of her collection, I would like to write up a bit of info about her, her fashion line and a little personal touch so that you guys get a better idea and feel for her collection. She will be my first choice when I am getting my style on.
Citrine by Tasneem Moosa
Classic, Clean and Chic fashion. Introducing the Citrine collection by Tass. Exquisite pieces
and handpicked in Italy by designers such as Elizabetta Franchi,
Massimo Rebecchi, Les Copains and Iceberg. Known for their understated
elegance, luxurious fabrics and traditional Italian
craftmanship...these designers offer stunning timeless pieces that
will last you years.
Citrine also offers accessories by Gucci, Hermes, Botegga Venetta,
Balenciaga, Chloe and Givenchy...
Tasneem Moosa, like me and all my friends, is a small town coastal girl, from Port Shepstone. We we…
One who is not truthful is not a spiritual person, but flesh carrying a broken spirit. But, before we go any further, what is being spiritual, and do you want to be be it, or is it overrated?
Being spiritual is being loving, not just of others but loving of the self also. You need to love and know yourself in order to love and know others, and then simultaneously, you get loved and known by others. Being spiritual is being of benefit to others, adding value to other people's lives, but adding value because your cup runneth over with such goodness. Being spiritual is being truthful, filled with integrity and duty to serve, being governed by a morality that is conducive to one's happiness and that of others. It is living a positive life that does not cause pain to others. It is creative and constructive living which builds instead of demeaning, degrading and destroying one's and people's joy. That is my definition of a spiritual being. That is the life I committed t…