Miracle is another name of Hardwork

Many believe in miracles, as I do. Everyday, millions of people wish for a miracle. However, I also believe in the value of hard work.

Life can sometimes feel hopeless, like being in a dark hole a mile down. However, you can change any situation with extreme hard work. Hard work is a main ingredient for Miracle.

Working hard may seem boring and tedious, but it can be counted on to get the job done time and time again.

When I was in School l was not a very bright student academically, I was slow. Even so, I was Hard-working and I believe that my hard work is the only reason that helped me to reach my goals and at the same time, my mom gave me the mantra of hard work and she told me how from hard work my dad achieved what he has. In college days, I discovered the true value of hard work. I spent hours studying. Still I wondered if I had any chance of getting a good grade. My hard work and effort allowed me to achieve goals I never thought were possible like working with big media giants of country.

In school days I always use to wish for a magic stick for help in my exams. However, slowly, I realised there is no such thing called Miracle stick. My uncle gave me the Book of Miracles and then I realised the importance of Hard work ; extreme hard work ; was the miracle I needed.Work hard and don’t give up. Instead, they rely on constant effort and perseverance. Goals achieve slowly and methodically with careful planning along the way. Hard work may seem boring, but it is the only way to accomplish your goals. So believe in yourself and Hardwork to achieve your goals. Anything is possible in this world.

Thank you for reading ❤️


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© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin



Copyright Sue Vincent

I want to go to a new place with you,

I need to take path I have not taken so far,

I want to explore,

If I try to go in path I know,

Then, when will I venture out?

It is unlikely that I will reach new place,

For discovering ourselves we need to move, beside each other.

With love 💖

This is a response to the #writephoto- New curated over at Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo.


Feature Image Courtesy: Sue Vincent
© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

Love of my life 💖

With my Husband

I met him in 2009, he proposed me on 14 February 2010, and we got married on 23 November 2010. The love that we share has grown so strong that it has become unbreakable now.

We’ve been through a lot of ups and downs that sometimes brought us to the edge of saying good-bye. However, together, both of us found our way back to each other. We just couldn’t stand being apart anymore.

A successful marriage requires falling in love many times with each other in many ways. We both are different in many ways…we belong from different states, our language is different; eating habits are different and above all our culture is different, but we know how to give each other space and how to respect each other individual differences but still together and standing by each other.

With our daughter Kyaraa

Ingredients of successful marriage:

  • Love each other differences.
  • Respect.
  • Give each other time.
  • Honesty and trust.
  • Selflessness.
  • Understanding.
  • Generosity.
  • Good communication like listening and respecting each other thoughts.
  • Commitment.
  • Give each other space.

So be happy and love your partner 💖

Happy Valentine’s day

2019 Tag For My Blog, Thanks Vaibhavi💐

Hi dear all, My dear blogger friend Vaibhavi (Life & Leisure) has been so kind to tag me for 2019. Thank you Vaibhavi.

The 2019 Tag:

Thank the person who tagged you and give a link to their blog.

Answer the questions given. They’re always the same questions, so you don’t have to change them. But you know what? It’s up to you if you want to change them.

Tag at least 5 beautiful people!!!

Have fun!!!!!

1. What gives you inspiration to write?

I started writing because I want to share my thoughts and the cumulative experience that defines my life, not only to myself but with everyone. When something beautiful come in front of my eye, whether its art, painting, picture or thought, I immediately shared it with the world. I believe in process of sharing. I let go the Idea of perfection or being witty. I try to share my truth, whatever that may be. 

2. Are you a spiritual person or you just believe in yourself?

Yes, I am Spiritual person but above all I believe in myself.

3. What does ‘Karma’ mean to you?

I do believe in Karma “What goes around comes around” that’s very true. That if you do something good for someone else…another person will do something just as good for you? Karma is actually based on your actions and thoughts in every single moment..   

4. Do you think communicating is the best way to solve a problem?

Yes, Communication is the only way to solve any problem until, and unless it leads to argument. I personally feel communication is better than non communication.

5. Where do you see yourself in the future?

I always lived my life as free bird. I never plan my journey. I believe in the process of learning and living life fully. When your life is filled with the desire to see the holiness in everyday life, something magical happens. And I know my life is magical, where-ever I will be in the future. It will lead me to something beautiful and amazing experience.

6. Any book you’d like to suggest?

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
this book is  easy to read and highly descriptive, this masterpiece will inspire you to brave the path to pursuing your dreams.

7. What do you think about Life & Leisure ?

For me, life and leisure mean to spend quality and happy time with my loved ones. Leisure is a virtue, and one that anyone can acquire. For me, leisure is comfort zone, to have relaxing and happy time with family. I believe life is short so live every moment to the fullest with your dear ones.

As I always break rules, so I am not tagging anyone.

Thank you for reading 💖

Perfection or Joy : choose wisely.

I always struggle with trying to achieve perfection. That can make me ambitious and resourceful. However, now I feel no one perfect then why I always run behind perfection. In College days my friends use to call me miss perfect. Striving to be perfect is not only exhausting, it opens you up to an all-or-nothing attitude. I used to think, if I can’t be perfect, then I won’t do it.

Many of us spend our whole lives in that pursuit of perfection, and therefore, we often suffer unnecessarily.

Many people spend their lives striving for perfection; perfection in the way they look, where they work, and their relationships. Perfection is as elusive as silence. You can never quite reach perfection; and just when you think, you’ve achieved it; Something shifts, and it’s lost. It’s even difficult to describe true perfection. There is no perfect Job, no perfect boss sometimes no perfect family. If anything matters in this life that is only Joy and happiness.

The study measured three types of perfectionism : Self-oriented, Socially prescribed and Other-oriented.

When things don’t happen the way, you want, you start denying reality itself. So getting obsessed to do things done in your way in the perfect order leads to trouble. The best thing is that let’s not run behind pursuits of perfection let’s run behind pursuits of happiness, and everything will fall in place automatically.

Rather than striving to be perfect, whatever ‘perfect’ may be, strives to be the best version of yourself. Perfection can only be achieved by healthy mind. It takes practice to silence the perfect gremlins. However, over time, you will find that it gets easier. That’s how you let go of perfection and find joy.

Thank you for reading 💖

© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin