When was the latest time you prayed for another person? It was a question I posed to myself as well. We frequently pray for ourselves but neglect to pray for others (not a family member). Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The prayer of... Continue Reading →
Hey, Lounger, the new year is just around the corner! And now is the ideal time to unwind, relax, and reflect. The year 2021 was challenging, especially given the problems we faced and continue to face due to the economic and health crisis caused by COVID-19 and other inevitable hurdles. However, we became more resilient... Continue Reading →
Our mental health at work is essential because having a healthy mind can help employees complete their assigned tasks and projects efficiently. Furthermore, employees with sound mental health can provide high-quality results.
Death is the saddest part of our life. In death, we experience mountains of mixed emotions that boil down to one – grief. The pain that someone endures when their loved ones depart is unbearable, heart-wrecking, and full of anguish. But, how can you grief with graceful acceptance?
“The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire.” - Ferdinand Foch. In various religious, philosophical, and mythological traditions, the soul is the eternal essence of a living being. On a personal note, I believe that the soul is a sacred connection between yourself and the Creator that can significantly impact your... Continue Reading →
A woman's health is one of the best investments she can make. But, unfortunately, most couples and young adults are uncomfortable discussing sex, the vagina, the penis, or sexual diseases because of embarrassment. Such subjects are still frowned upon, particularly in conservative communities. On a personal level, I believe that these issues are significant and... Continue Reading →
Climate change is sometimes misunderstood as being about changes in the weather. In reality, it is about changes in our very way of life. - Paul Polman I've been watching the news lately, and it breaks my heart to hear that someone drowned inside their apartment due to a flood. It's also terrifying to see... Continue Reading →
The BER months have begun! Happily, I can smell some delicious food, feel the cool breeze, and am eager to go gift shopping and wrapping. Aren't you? On the other hand, the economic impact of the pandemic was devastating to all of us. As a result of this effect, we are forced to make drastic... Continue Reading →
Have you heard about Al Rigga? Let me give you a clue-- It's a place. Do you have any idea where this place is? If you are an ex-pat living in the UAE, you probably know what I'm talking about. Otherwise, Al Rigga, sometimes spelled as Al Riqqa, is part of the old Deira district... Continue Reading →