Quote Of The Week

These lines are taken from the "Ode to the West Wind" by Percy Bysshe Shelley and are highly optimistic lines. They suggest that we must always remain hopeful and should never give up. No matter what are the circumstances, we should stick to optimism. In literature, winter is associated with inactivity, despondency, and death, whereas … Continue reading Quote Of The Week

Quote Of The Week

Education is the ability tolisten to almost anythingwithout losing your temper or your self-confidence.Robert Frost

Quote Of The Week # 3

no one leaves home unless home is the mouth of a shark. you only run for the border when you see the whole city running as well Warsan Shire These are the opening lines of a highly moving poem by Warsan Shire, a British-Somali Poet. This poem is about the painful plight of the refugees, … Continue reading Quote Of The Week # 3

Quote Of The Week # 2

As I had committed last week that I would be sharing a weekly quote every Thursday, here is the second quote of this series. What are your thoughts about this quote? Do you agree with Earnest Hemingway? Have you ever loved someone so much that you almost lost yourself in the process? Did you ever … Continue reading Quote Of The Week # 2

Quote Of The Week

No two people are alike. No two hearts beat to the same rhythm. If God had wanted everyone to be the same, He would have made it so. Therefore, disrespecting differences and imposing your thoughts on others is tantamount to disrespecting God's holy scheme. Elif Shafak I have fondly been sharing a selection of quotes … Continue reading Quote Of The Week