Studies have shown that over 70% of people in the western world are unhappy with their current situation and I think we can all admit we could do with a change.
Wether it’s that job you’re too good for, the partner you know isn’t right for you or the bad attitude of the city you live in, we all crave something different.
We always ask each other ‘what would you do if you won the lottery’ and this really sums up our mindset as a community. Success is seen as this moment of euphoria when all of our problems are zapped in an instant and nothing will ever be the same again. Unfortunately this just isn’t going to happen.
What if instead of longing for huge life changing moments, we fell in in love with the small ones. And what if our daily lives became a succession of these small, successful moments. After months and years of consistently achieving this we would have a track record of success, an endless number of opportunities and the skill set needed to take on an sized challenge.
When the size of your ambition feels overwhelming, just remember:
Dari Jabir, Nabi shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam bersabda,
“Shalat di masjidku (Masjid Nabawi) lebih utama daripada 1000 shalat di masjid lainnya selain Masjidil Harom. Shalat di Masjidil Harom lebih utama daripada 100.000 shalat di masjid lainnya.” (HR. Ahmad 3/343 dan Ibnu Majah no. 1406, dari Jabir bin ‘Abdillah. Syaikh Al Albani mengatakan bahwa hadits ini shahih. Lihat Shahih At Targhib wa At Tarhib no. 1173.) Gear :
📷 750D + 10-22mm @canon.indonesia
🔲 Medium GND 1.2 @nisifiltersindonesia
Benro GoTravel GA168TB1 @benrouk
Quriyat is a small fishing town 83 km southeast of Muscat, Oman, adjacent to the towns of Sur. It is a popular stopping point on the way to Sur.
Quriyat had the dubious honour of being one of the first towns in Oman to experience the destructive attentions of the Portuguese fleet under Afonso de Albuquerque. Albuquerque’s soldiers attacked the town in August 1508, setting it ablaze and massacring its inhabitants – captives, it is said, had their noses and ears cut off, a popular Portuguese way of discouraging further resistance to their rapacious rule.
Sabem a fotografia da capa amarela? Essa do post anterior? Pois é, pelo fato de estar com neblina e ser um final de tarde, não dava para mostrar um pouco da vista.
Como sou bondoso com vocês, fiz algumas fotografias de onde meus olhos alcançavam no momento da foto.
A fotografia 1 era um pouco da natureza que estava a minha frente e a fotografia 2 era o que estava na parte de trás...
Será que é possível refletir sobre essas fotografias?
Na minha opinião sim.
Muitas vezes nós criamos nossas próprias neblinas, ofuscamos a visão e esquecemos da possível paisagem diante dos olhos.
O mais curioso é que tanto a neblina quanto a paisagem podem ser incrívelmente lindas e depende do ponto de vista não é mesmo?
The beaches at Dorset were some of my favorite memories from my European adventures last summer. The color during the day was insane, so so blue. Would of never expected that. ✨
Photo by @rikardkahn, edit by me
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Cedar Creek 💙 On a 50 acre plot in Kelowna on the eastern shores of Lake Okanagan sits @cedarcreekwinery's beautiful vineyard blocks, gorgeous tasting room & spellbinding cuisine at the Home Block Restaurant, all open to this view of beautiful Okanagan Lake stretching out in front of it all. From winning Winery of the Year in 2019 to its transition into organic, estate-grown wines to its recent renovations (including the most beautiful tasting room ever!) it is SUCH an exciting time at #cedarcreekwine . I’m so excited to be partnered with them for the next few months! Now big Q: white, red or rosé? Tell me your pick below!