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Granny's Patchwork of Love❤️

"Your Grandmother would've been proud of you, if she were here today" This is something I often hear from my family and relatives. She passed away when I was in Grade 8 and I miss her more as I grow older because now I understand what values she imbibed in me  My Grandma was a Social Science teacher and a Principal in a Government School, and my source of inspiration & guidance. She was an angel in disguise who taught me how to care. She was a spiritual person who believed in God and treated everyone with love and respect.  She always said "You never know when you are interacting with an angel, so be kind and generous always".  Since she passed, all I have is her fond memories, her valuable lessons & our laughs and giggles.  One particular thing she asked me to take as an advice as an oxigen canister in this fast spreading virus borne world.  That was -"Don’t ever let your ice cream melt while you’re counting someone else’s sprinkles.” 

Be A Gold Digger❤️✨

"She doesn't even think twice before uttering" "He could have done something fruitful Instead of wasting his time on that" "She is so arrogant & cocky" We all have such thoughts running in our head whenever we interact with people!  But my question to you is "Are you a gold digger or a dirt digger?" Wondering why I'm asking this?  Well, If you are among those who like to point faults in people, this habit of yours may ruin you! Yes, you might not realise it,  But, It's an ultimate recipe of misery We all have sensitivities that are specific to our upbringing, isn't it? All that matters is how you look upon others, Sometimes the ego that exists in our small portion of mind dominates our thoughts & it often provides a subtle psychological lift to our self esteem by diminishing the value of others Its so easy to find a million flaws in someone, or to find reasons to dislike someone, It's easy to disagree with someone, or