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My wish today: Acceptance

This is from Olivia Swan

Olivia Swan

No matter what people say it really comes down to actions that define what type of person you are.

There are some days I am simply stunned at how people act and treat others – hurtful, spiteful, full of envy, and the list goes on. I often try to stop and analyze “why are they like that?!” but in reality it is a waste of time to try and sort out other people’s problems.

I really wish there was a way we could all look past the physical attributes of people and stop comparing who has the best body, hair, home, relationship. It’s silly. All that matters to me at the end of the day is my well being and those of whom I love. Regardless of this truth I am still human and it hurts sometimes…how people treat me. People who are supposed to be family, friends and generally care overall.

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I am a beginner to all this blogging. Recently found a passion for writing. Not sure if I am a good enough writer to publish a REAL book. I am probably using this as a testing platform to see if I attract enough interest. I was born in Sri Lanka, now for the last 26 years living in Australia. So am I a Sri Lankan or Australian, it changes time to time. Lets say I am not ashamed to say I am a Sri Lankan but I think my affections lie with Australia. I am a cancer survivor, marriage survivor, war (civil war) survivor and what ever else the world/destiny has thrown at me. So my blog I guess would be about all those things. Humour is Huge for me, fairness is huge for me, I question everything religion, cultural beliefs, Political decisions. So watch out for some some fireworks laced with humour.

2 thoughts on “My wish today: Acceptance

  1. Uma dear, I couldn’t read your blog for a few days due to pressure of work and re-started today. I am amazed at the endurance and cheerful mannerisms with which you have faced all these ordeals. You are indeed an inspiration to all those who are facing life’s turmoil’s and bring shame to those who are lamenting without realizing the blessings they have been endowed with. I have been in touch with you via face book the last 5-6 years or more, and I never knew the problems you were going through. You always looked cheerful and full of life and never showed any negative signs. Next to God, I am sure your dad is besides his precious little girl guiding her always. The beautiful, cute little girl I use to play with has grown up into a charming strong lady full of courage. I admire you. May God continue to bless and protect you for several more healthy years. with love and blessings-Aunty Nalini xoxoxo

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