Childhood was a time of fun and enjoyment.
May was a month of relaxation for me. The Courts were closed for the month of May and since I work as an advocate in a law firm, I was fortunate to be allowed on a holiday for two weeks in May. I spent my days mostly at home either reading, organizing my bookshelves or browsing the internet.
Hello, everyone! I have been watching a lot of Youtube videos currently since I’m at home due to court vacations(I am a lawyer, if you didn’t know). So I thought why not share some of my favorite Youtubers here? So here we go:
This is my sixth list in the #Project14lists, a blogging project initiated by the lovely Shealea. She is also hosting a great giveaway. If you haven’t checked it out already, find all the details here.
Merry(Belated) Christmas everyone! I know Christmas was two days ago, but lets be honest, Christmas celebrations don’t end until the New Year arrives. I thought I would share my annual Christmas and New Year traditions with you guys.
Today I talk about my opinion on worshipping people or as the title goes, “putting people on pedestals”.
People are pretty complex. They are multifaceted, having various layers to them. They can’t be categorized into black or white. They have both positive and negative attributes. So when you put a person on a pedestal, for instance, actors/actresses, sportspersons, etc., you strip them of their complexities, especially their negative traits and start treating them as Godlike, as someone who is “perfect”. Someone who can do no wrong. This becomes pretty problematic, as although they are praised when they do something positive, they are bashed and treated harshly when they are in the wrong. We tend to forget that they are humans too, ordinary like us (however unimaginable it seems), and are equally capable of messing things up.
So the next time you think of a celebrity as “the greatest person ever to walk on this earth” or another as “the worst person to exist on this planet”, step back for a moment, think of them as human and then judge them accordingly.
“After all, to err is human.”