The type ~ Sarah Key


I come from a town

Watch this slam-winning performance from Ronak Patani, joint winner of the 2013 Roundhouse Poetry Slam.

Girls Who Read

I saw this video while going through my video collection and I couldn’t resist posting it here. Thanks to Mark Grist for this wonderful video.

Philosophy of love and kindness

I always considered myself to be the one who wanted to be recognized and loved by others and I was trying to become one as I wanted, but there were many occasions where I chose not  to be, knowingly or unknowingly.

From the day I was born I had been  influenced by so many people around me who made me to believe in the power love and kindness, some showed me another level of humanity, but  there were somebody who left me in the darkness when I trusted them the  most. Obviously it was reflecting in my behavior, I was filled with  insecurity and rage. I was negligent of my influence on others but when I  had the wisdom to understand what I was doing, it was too late to  recover the damages I made in their life. It was bad and regretful but all that I could have done was to spread the love and kindness so that  it would reduce the pain that I caused.

I had a misunderstanding that I won’t be  able to make any difference in this world and I will live and die as a most normal man. But some great people showed me through their acts and life that how wrong I was .


Sometimes the things we do spread like ripples which influence somebody else to do something to make a good impact on the  people around them, which may or may not come back to us.  So we can influence others in a positive way to fill the world with goodness. Sometimes our acts come back to us in some most unexpected occasions, so be selfish to be happy by doing good things to others than being happy by upsetting them.

Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you. ~ Princess Diana

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