nothing breaks one’s happiness but heartbreaks inside the comfort of your home!
It is so true, when people say, the happiness of a person expands when we have children, we become like hawks watching over them grow and like mother gorillas protecting them… we build a nest with high fence hoping it won’t be invaded by strangers but human nature beat all expectations, and like the flow of any stream, they will go through life with tears and giggles! Their giggles puts us at ease but their tears breaks our heart, and sadly, at times we cannot stand in between. We raise them to be solid, but we cannot the flow of the days is stronger! We push them to spread their wings, but we forget they need to lose some feathers to grow stronger and spread wider! We wipe their tears, forgetting that those tears will make them learn about life! We protect them but they need to learn to stand alone, while reassuring them that they have nest to come back to! We, we, we, but they are children of this world, and life has to take its course!
Dear fathers, mothers, brothers, and sisters, remember that any tear can be picked up, but remember that the tear you cause to your child can scar them for eternity!
“Born to be mature, that was her story. It started at birth with the loss of her mother. A newborn baby girl asked her first question, where is my angel?
The baby started growing facing different struggles with every phase. The difficulties were not limited to her needs, only, but expanded to questions about her surroundings. With time, she learned to stand alone. She learned about the importance of a smile, she learned about the steps towards happiness, she learned about true friendship, she learned about inner-peace, she learned about what makes a family, and additionally, she learned to differentiate between fate and destiny. Fate came with her birth, but she knew that destiny was in her own hands.
The first years of life are the pillars on which humans build their upcoming unknown future. They represent the most important years of life. It truly did; this baby girl grasped survival skills during childhood, maturity during adolescence, and spent the upcoming years mastering the game of others.
Was she able to meet her goals? Well, she never settled for less than success, and every step of her life was a proud step. She never had time to plan, as she believed that time spent on planning is taken away from the actual time needed for development.
As for faith, she always believed in God, yet, she sat waiting for God to answer the many questions she had, why she lost her mother, sister, who were the ghosts, and many others… while she felt blessed all along.
On a family level, despite the broken hearts she tried to mend, family was and still is a main part of her life, but she discovered after a while that not all families are alike, sometimes odd is nicer than the norm.
She believed that children are the essence of life, therefore, her two daughters were the fuel of her life. They kept her going, encouraged her to survive, and made of her the woman, and mother she is. They were her focus, and they gave her energy day in and day out.
She believed in equality, and probably, that is what pushed her to shine. She believed that women are smart to steer the toughest situations, and consequently, never accepted to sit in the back seat. She believed in the power of passion, and through passion, she was driven. She believed in the power of the universe, and through positivity, she closed her eyes and brought the universe down to her. & last, if she did it, you can, and you will.
The world is a beautiful place, because she saw it this way, and made it a world of her own. Money could never buy happiness, but happiness could be bought with a penny.
Dear reader, I never found my angel, because my angel was never lost. I just realized with time, that those who love us truly, never leave us. Stay strong, walk tall, smile and believe in yourself, as I believe in you.”
#MOI The day after… expose about my book, WHERE IS MY ANGEL?
Author of Where is My Angel? Book by #MOI and Read about life’s sequence of events and perception versus reality
Mommy, I am a PACER! Book by #MOI because I believe that children are the future, the change…
“The day after… fear and anxiety!
Although we are eager for this day to come, and we wait for it impatiently, there is this phase called fear that makes many not cross it and hold back. It is as if we are holding the knob of the door but not turning it, or turning the knob of the door and not opening it, it might look simple, but by doing so, it means I am taking charge of the day after.
Let me clarify more… when one decides on change, there is always this doubtful phase, the dilemma of did I make the right decision, the struggle between falling back or falling forward, the battle between self and community over what we hear…
This fear is not related to the past, it is rather about the day after; the anxiety we live is not related to the comfort of yesterday, because if yesterday was the comfort zone, why am I living the fear and anxiety of the day after; this fear is related to tomorrow, to the unknown, uncertain, and unseen.
It is only normal to feel so, but let me tell you, for you to have the courage to think about change, and actually take the first step towards the day after, this means you will make tomorrow happen; with few glitches here and there, no path is ever perfect, walk towards the day after, you will never know how strong you are, you will never know what you want until you put your hand on that knob, turn it, and open the door, but make sure you close it tightly behind you.
#MOI Few glitches, few clouds, fear, and uncertainty, but faith, inner-strength and good-will!
Where is My Angel? Book by #MOI and Read about my longing to live again
Mommy I am a PACER! Book by #MOI because I believe that children are the future, the change…
“I woke up one day loosing track of time! I looked around me, and I thought it was yesterday…
Yes, the days became a feeling-less routine, and I stopped caring about myself.
Sadly true, I sat in front of the mirror, I did not find “ME”.
What ever happened to my #love #life? Where is the passion? Where is the man that could not stay away from me?
Oh, I got married!”
#MOI Where is My Angel? #Book by #MOI… Read it, my story is not unique, it is the story of every #marriage!
Are you trying to find your angel? because I found mine!
What life is when our angel is not around.
Sharing my story with you, hope you like it!
Where is My Angel? Book by #MOI
Once upon a time, a child was born. Between the different events, that child learned that the end in sight is more important than the beginning. My story is not unique, maybe the sequence happening to one person is. I am every woman, every story behind closed doors, every marriage, and every company. This is the story of a woman born in Lebanon with an international view on life. After losing her mother at birth, being exiled to the States and experiencing family leaving her life, Badiaa developed an inner strength that has allowed her to cope with events that would have broken someone less strong. Take Badiaa’s journey with her and discover truths about yourself and inspiration to take through your own life.
“I woke up m morning to realize my life has changed! wow, how come when none of the routines have?
I am still the driver, the cook, the gardener, the cleaner, the banker, the diaper changer, the… oh yes, I realized that I took charge of my happiness yesterday, the time I decided to take some time for me, and make it pat of the routine.
Do it, for you, because if you don’t, no one will ever grant you that right!
Your life, set your priorities!
Where is My Angel? #Book by #MOI read it and set yourself as a priority among many!
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“It took me a while to believe in myself again, the load was too heavy and I sank so deep that I couldn’t see the surface…
At times we ignore the importance of the incidents in our life, we think they are the daily routine but in reality we start ignoring the reactions…
Numb feelings, painless pain, still pictures… but life goes on my dear friend, find the light and swim up, breath fresh air and move on!”