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Spirituality and Religion

Spirituality Does Not Come From Religion. Loving it. Please Reblog.

Spirituality does not come from religion. It comes from our soul. We must stop confusing religion and spirituality. Religion is a set of rules, regulations, and rituals created by humans, which were supposed to help people spiritually. Due to human imperfection religion has become corrupt, political, divisive and a tool for power struggle. Spirituality is not theology or ideology. It is simply a way of life, pure and original as given by the Most High. Spirituality is a network linking us to the Most High, the universe, and each other.


Thank you!

Thank you so much Tiani  Angela for nominating me to do this tag! I loved reading through yours and it made me excited to do mine. This is a great tag to do if you need put a smile on your face. It’s like going down memory lane for me.

The Rules

List out 10 of your favourite feelings! It’s honestly just that simple!

My Favourite Feelings


Watching the sunrise every day has helped me see light within myself—potential, possibility, peace, and the feeling that which is awesome. Feeling which is a source of positive energy for me.

Solo trip

Many people cannot understand the feeling which I get during my solo trips. Freedom, Happiness, Sole searching meeting with strangers.

Laughing so hard it’s almost impossible to breath

It is the same as Tiani Angela. . It’s so fun to keep uncovering similarities! Once upon a time, I become unconscious for half minutes because at some random topic I was laughing so hard and I couldn’t breathe. It is my favourite feeling because at that moment I forget everything. 

Playing with kids

I don’t think any explanation needed to explain why it is my favourite feeling.

Being alone in my room

Alone I can imagine any thing without any disturbance. Alone, I can peacefully make plan to fulfil all my dreams.

Talking to my mother and irritating her

Knowledge Sharing

Knowledge sharing increases social interaction , leads to a rise in creative problem solving, preserves pre-existing knowledge so I feels satisfying by getting some extra knowledge.

Getting food after you’ve been waiting so long

If you’re anything like me, you get HANGRY. Give me the food or you’ll get the ‘tude. No, but seriously, I am not the same when I am hangry. When I finally get to eat it’s like nothing even happened and I’m good as new!

Long road trip

road trip is that perfect opportunity to forget all your worries and make memories along the way.

My Nominees

Maria Mocha


Tangie T. Woods



That CitTy Girl

Sonia Madaan

Sondang Saragih


Anyone who is reading this feel free to participate if you want to do this tag! Make sure to let me know because I would love to read your favourite feelings.

10 Life Lessons we learned from COVID-19 outbreak.

1. You should be willing to trade some your freedom for the greater good of the public

There’s no doubt that is has been difficult staying home. Many people complaining about feeling bored and aimless. Some might even feel that it’s a breach of their individual right, being made to stay home. However, when it comes to the greater good, one should always be willing to sacrifice a little bit of that freedom. A balance between individual rights and public safety is an ever changing thing. Trade a little bit of your freedom for the greater good of the public.

2. You should wash your hands, whether there’s a virus or not

General hygiene is always important. Not just when there is a virus. You should know the drill by now. Wet your hands. Lather them with soap. Scrub for 20 seconds. Rinse off. Dry with a clean towel. It really is the best way to keep safe, because soap is a very effective way to kill viruses.

3. Working from home should be an option for many

During this time many people learned that their jobs were possible to do from home. Once the virus outbreak ends, it might be worth having a chat with your boss about working from home possibilities when necessary. Most jobs have certain amount of work that can be done remotely. Without the virus in place, there should still be some system in place that will promote work-life balance.

4. Taking that sick day could save lives

If you are feeling sick, just stay home. Lots of people feel like their office environment doesn’t encourage taking sick days. Many people want to appear like martyrs to their managers. “Look, I am sick, yet I still came to work. Look at what a hard worker I am?” This mentality needs to stop. If you are sick, just stay home.

5. The Internet should be a basic right

According to a study done by the University of Birmingham, the right to Internet access, also known as the right to broadband, should be considered a human right. People unable to get online—particularly in developing countries—lack meaningful ways to influence the global players shaping their everyday lives. Additionally, during times like these, it is especially important to be able to contact family, friends and work from home if necessary. Internet is the only way to do so.

6. Doctors and researchers need to be paid better

If this scary time has taught us anything, it’s that doctors and researchers will be the ones who get us out of this mess. They are the ones working day and night to drive the recovery of the world. At the moment, hundreds of scientists scramble to find a coronavirus treatment. We need to re-evaluate how much money Hollywood actors, pro-athletes and politicians make and instead pay scientist and doctors the salary they deserve.

7. Everyone should know how to cook

Staying home has forced many people to learn, re-learn or re-ignite their love for cooking. Learning how to cook is one of the most important skills a person can have. You depend on yourself. It teaches you self-sustainability and you save a lot of money. These days, hundreds of people sharing social media posts of their delicious meals. They are re-discovering the wonders of eating in. Knowing exactly what is in your food and feeling that sense of reward when you completely cook a meal on your own.

8. The importance of talking to friends every day

Now that we can’t go out and keep busy, the best way to combat loneliness is to be in regular contact with friends and family, by chatting over the phone or video chatting (if your country laws allow it). This is the time to have long talks and deep conversations. Don’t forget human connection during these crucial times. Call your grandma!

9. Learn to appreciate nature

If you live near a spacious outdoor are, like the desert or an empty road lined with trees and you realise it’s the only safe, surface-less space to take a walk in, then you begin to realise the beauty of nature. The point is not to remain indoors, but to avoid being in close contact with others. When you do leave your home, whether it is for a walk in the desert or a run on your street, make sure to wipe down any surfaces you come into contact with, avoid touching your face and frequently wash your hands.

10. Learn how to be content alone

It’s so hard for some people to just be still and do nothing. Being alone, especially for extroverts can be exhausting and lonely. Social distancing can be very difficult, but it can also teach you a lot about yourself. You learn how to keep yourself busy. Eventually binge watching three seasons of a TV show won’t be enough anymore, and will have to try doing something else. Your body and mind is your home and you have to learn how to love it and live with it.


Even darkness can motivate us.

“Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before.”

Be Positive

Even darkest phase of your life gives positive energy. You have to feel that energy. Be Positive, Be Happy and Healthy. Keep smiling in darkest night of progressive life.

Every Life Matters.

No matter how good or bad your life is.

No matter how good or bad your life is, wake up each morning and be thankful that you still have one.

Stay safe, Stay healthy, Stay Positive

Only positive thing happened in this lockdown….

Now I am member of 5 a.m. club. Actually from last 3 days it’s 4.20 a.m. Some people who wake up late in the morning, they can not imagine positive energy of morning. Morning is full of positive energy and positive vibes.

5:00 a.m. club

Do what makes your soul happy.

Soul is something, which is not going anywhere after our death. Our body exist because of our soul. Body is just like a suitcase of soul and soul keeps changing shape, size and looks of her suitcase. So we should more bothered about happiness of our soul. Soul directly connect us with almighty God. We have to maintain our body but for happiness, we have to look into our soul.

Feeding Birds makes my soul happy. Part of my daily routine.