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Tag: Joy

O for Overjoyed – #AtoZChallenge

O for Overjoyed - #AtoZChallenge

Location: Sentosa Island, Singapore

“Happiness is an inside job. Don’t assign anyone else that much power over your life.”

– Mandy Hale

I am taking the A to Z Challenge 2018 with Blogchatter

J for Joy – #AtoZChallenge

J for Joy - #AtoZChallenge

Location: Holiday Inn, Dead Sea, Jordan

“If you carry joy in your heart, you can heal any moment.”

– Carlos Santana

I am taking the A to Z Challenge 2018 with Blogchatter

Linking to Microblog Mondays 

What can you do for love?

Is this what love is about?

Is this what love is about?

Source: http://www.loveradio.com.ph/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/The-things-you-do-for-love-are-the-same-things-you-swear-not-to-do.jpg

Love is an emotion which makes us do a variety of things which we may not always do. From surprising them with gifts to taking them out to an expensive restaurant; from doing things that evoke nostalgic memories of the times gone by to just giving them a call to express how much they are missed and loved, all of us do all this and more to keep our loved ones happy and smiling.

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Peshawar Attack: Lives Lost. Dreams Crushed.

Peshawar Army Public School Attack

Peshawar Army Public School Attack

Source: http://media1.s-nbcnews.com/i/newscms/2014_51/809836/141216-peshawar2-0417_59b124bacb85165b817636cff44928ee.jpg

Anwar was like every other 16 year old of his age who loved music, movies and spending time on the Internet playing games and surfing on Facebook. A topper in his class, he was full of life and had many friends who loved him for his affable nature and his ability to keep everyone happy. Little did his mom know that when she was making his breakfast today, it would be the last time she would be making something for him. Anwar always hugged her before leaving for school. She couldn’t have even imagined in her wildest dreams that it was the last time she was hugging him.

There were hundreds of Anwar’s today. They were full of life and came to school with happiness and joy lit on their faces. They had heard about terrorists and such attacks in other parts of Pakistan and the world. But for them school was a place to study, make friends and learn the lessons of life. Dressed in neatly ironed uniforms with bags containing books and their lunch boxes, they got out of their buses and walked to the classrooms for another exciting day.

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Five Sentence Fiction – Envy

Envy

Source: http://k37.kn3.net/taringa/7/2/5/7/6/6/4/demi_ivan/629.jpg?7761

From expensive cars to every gadget in the market, Janet had it all or so she believed. She just had to demand whatever she wanted and her parents would make her wish come true.

But money doesn’t always bring happiness, does it? And so when she heard her friend Lucie talk about simple acts of love and care defining happiness in her life, she could just stand & wonder.  Janet couldn’t help but envy Lucie for the simple fact that she found happiness in such sweet simple little things around her.

Written for the Five Sentence Fiction Prompt: Envy

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