It’s often said that sorrows shared are sorrows halved. We invariably find that in times of distress, misfortunes, and bereavement even the people with whom we are barely familiar, sympathize and offer to all kinds of help. we ourselves stand up to help others whenever we find them in trouble. Actually, it’s the humanity which makes one restless on the other’s pain. This is the reason that people forget their differences in the face of common misfortunes like floods, earthquakes, cyclones, and war and contribute their help generously.
We can see these things clearly at places like hospitals, refugee camps where people come together with each other and feel one’s pain in their own heart. During my hubby’s treatment, I have seen these things distinctly everywhere. I remember when my husband was in a serious condition in ICU and I was gravely distressed, many people had sympathized with me and advised to keep belief in Almighty. I myself had felt the pain of the people around me in my own heart and stood up to help whenever I could.
You often would have noticed that whenever you find your neighbor or colleague in trouble and bereavement, you visit him/her to offer your support and do whatever you can do in that situation. Actually, this is human nature. If we see in our country, despite lots of differences in religion, languages, ideologies we always come together if our nation’s security on the stake. Not only in our country but such misfortune bring people from different nations together in the spirit of human understanding.
Recently we all have seen the horrible misfortune in New Zealand when the country faced horrific terrorism and more than 50 innocent people had to lose their lives due to one person’s madness. We also saw how the whole world condemned that dreadful deed. That was a frightful condition for a peaceful country like New Zealand but we all saw how everyone in the country stood up for support of those victims and their family. That misfortune brings the entire country together. But sometimes I think that is it necessary that only troubles, misfortune, and sorrow should bring people together? How great it would be if people could show the same sympathy, understanding, tolerance, and patience at all times and situations and unite to share each other’s happiness!
Coming to my outfit:
Now coming to today’s outfit, I must say that this outfit is ideal for the weather we have in our city these days. The weather is pleasant, we enjoy sunny days for 2-3 days and then face some rainy days. It has been this way since February and actually, this makes the weather more interesting and pleasant.
I wore a brown midi skirt with tights. I like to wear tights not only in the cold weather but also in all other seasons, whenever possible. I paired my skirt with this light brown furry long sleeves crop jumper from Femme Luxe. I loved how superior the quality of it is. It’s super soft and comfortable. It went perfect with this brown skirt, don’t you think? I kept the rest of things simple and finished my look with some jewelry, a black handbag and my favorite pair of black heels You would have noticed my new haircut which I recently got. I shortened my hair this time and I think I did it after a long long time so I didn’t sure how it will look on me but I did it just for a change. Please give your honest opinions with your precious comments.
Cropped jumper – Femme Luxe
Skirt – Tailored
Bag – Lavie
Heels – Dressberry
Necklace – Accessorize