Number one. By planning my day. Otherwise time will be lost to distractions. Writing down my thoughts. Asking myself a few questions about my purpose. Realigning myself to this. Waking up early. And getting on with the things I have set out to do. Enjoying the process. Getting some fresh air, a beautiful scenery and some socialising with high energy individuals.
My eyes. Number one. Because then i cannot live properly nor appreciate the blessings of life. There is no life without them.
There is no richness greater than this. I challenge someone to think of something better than this. Really, it doesn’t exist.
Lying in the garden all day, maybe building a tent, watching barbie movies, playing games like badminton, recording videos of myself, reading story books in the outdoors, general relaxing.
My grandfather because he was a very good man and would take me to the mosque every week and i would pray among the men even tho i was a girl and look up at everybody when they were bowing down. And he was very intelligent, an engineer, a creative storyteller and just like a child.
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