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Top Six Reasons To Forgive


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ForgiveNo one can change the past, but you do have the power to upgrade how you feel about it, and that makes all the difference.

You can take your power back from all those painful memories, and make peace with your past. Forgiveness heals the guilt and the hurt, and does this quietly, privately, and thoroughly. Forgiveness does not mean that you let anyone off the hook, it means that your present happiness is more important than your past suffering. Forgiveness does not mean that you condone the hurtful things done to you, it means that you reclaim your right to run your own life.

Right now those hurtful things are running your life, and how is that working for you? The people who hurt you may have ruined your yesterdays, but only you are in charge of your tomorrows. And if you feel guilt over people that you have hurt, forgiving yourself will heal you and allow you to move forward with a happier attitude and a healthier body.

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Before marriage: To confess or not to confess?


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To confess or not to confessIn the past, there was an indulgent saying: you can tell a hundred lies to get a marriage done. This saying might not hold well in today’s world, where people don’t take it lightly if they feel cheated. But, as our lives get more complex and marriages are built on more precarious ground, the question to ask is: does it work for a girl to bare her soul about a past love affair or an ugly truth about her family to her husband-to-be before marriage?

Counsellors will caution you to first understand the person you are about to wed, to know and learn his personality and nature, before trying to be Ms Honesty Blaise. Is he the understanding kind or is he a volatile person who might fly off the handle and lash out at you? Or, does he fall somewhere in between and you are unsure about his reaction? Frankly, the situation varies with each person. 

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Unforgettable wedding memories


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Wedding videosIt’s your wedding, the day you’ve dreamed of since you were little and you’ve hired a videographer to capture the memories. A great wedding video can be a happy memory year after year, but a mediocre one will be watched once and then tossed under the bed with your soccer trophies. How can you ensure that your wedding video will be watchable on your fortieth anniversary?

Here are some tips and ideas to consider when planning out your video with your videographer.

Choosing the Right Company:
The flashiest demo reel is not always the best indicator of a good company. How did they get that footage, were they intrusive, bossy, sticklers for ‘their system’? Get some references and follow up on them. You may want to trade the flash of the demo tape of a large company in for the willingness of a smaller company to work with you. Something else to consider when looking at wedding video demo tapes is if the company has ever shot a wedding where yours will be held. How did they handle it, how did it look?

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Tips for choosing the ace Wedding photographer


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Wedding Photography“O! My God”, exclaimed Rita, “is that how I looked just eight years ago?” As she turned the pages of her wedding album. Amidst a lot of laughter and discussion the couple reminisced one of the landmark events their life.  Each photograph was like a moment frozen in time. A moment that never was and will never be again.

Long after the shehnai stops playing and the guests have left, the flowers have wilted, all that will remain are memories and photographs. That is why it is so important to choose a good wedding photographer.

The great photographer Paul Strands defined the fine art of photography thus, “It is one thing to photograph people. It is another to make others care about them by revealing the core of their humanness.” And that is precisely the kind of photographer that one needs to look for when the occasion to be photographed is one’s wedding.

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Give and Take


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Give and TakeIt was 4 a.m. Noting the time through sleepy eyes, Mona was relieved that she had another hour and a half of sleep at least before getting up. But woken up her husband Anoop, sleeping next to her. In twenty minutes, she heard him quietly change his clothes in the dark. “Taking him to the hospital?” she asked.

“Yes, he needs the nebulizer at least,” said Anoop. “I want to have him seen by the doctor before I leave for the day.” Then he was gone, and the bed seemed as bereft as her own heart. Another day, just like so many others, and this one hurt more because it had started a whole hour early.

Mona and Anoop had been married only two years, and her pain had nothing to do with her love for him growing less, or his love for her, either. It was just that living in a joint family with her mother and father-in-law, their baby son and Anoop’s brother Arun was such a taxing life – they hardly had a moment to spare for each other.

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