My definition of self love -working towards maintaining a great body and increasing my knowledge to always have the awesome feeling of growing and learning new things. Also, appreciating art, literature and philosophy to keep on stimulating the creative side. Travel to explore and learn more about our surroundings. These are the all important things in life according to me which increase self esteem and in turn self love!
Any exercise routine can get boring after a while. It needs constant reinvention and setting of new goals! Well my lastest exercise routine includes cycling and I am loving it as I am sweating it out and at the same time getting an oppurtunity to click some amazing ones!
Here are some of those...
|A cowhand in traditional attire, herding his cattle through concrete jungles|
|In search of green pastures which are rapidly disappearing as a new township emerges.|
I love to read as there always something interesting to learn from books. My latest read, Aleph by Paulo Coelho. In this book Coelho describes the interesting fact about Chinese bamboo trees. Once the seed has been sown, you see nothing for about five years, apart from a tiny shoot. All the growth takes place underground, where a complex root system reaching upward and outward is being established. Then, at the end of the fifth year, the bamboo suddenly shoots up to a height of twenty-five meters.
This is so interesting and applicable to all of us isn't it? When ever we take part in a new venture success is gaureented as long the base work is strong and has been worked on carefully.
I hope you enjoyed reading about it as much as I did.
And lastly my 2 penny's worth about the Oscar winning movies. I loved loved loved 'Grand Budapest Hotel'. It's such an amazing movie! A brilliant comedy with a great story line. I feel that the director,Wes Anderson, did an absolutely wonderful job and I have a new favourite in him as comedy is my favourite genre in movies. Must watch, if you haven't already seen it.
Others that I liked were Wiplash and Birdman for its story and depth, Gone Girl for its suspense and Interstellar for its science fiction theme!