Just enrolled my buddies to jump off the plane🙋♀️✌. Hopefully after the adrenaline rush, they understood why I want to squeeze every second and use it as if our last! We made this pledge and now we are honouring it.
Death have a different meaning to me, when there deaths only one understood. I saw the picture n video😥 of their final moments. Can go chee sin de.
Every travel is an audit of life for me.
Sitting down writing my instruction on executing my final will and testaments. Call me paranoid, but if I die tomorrow, the SOP in place. They just follow SOP no headache.
That's the responsible version of Lady Midas.
Do I have any regrets?
I have loved and expressed love.
I have fulfilled my duty and obligation as a daughter, mother, wife, lover, a friend and as humanly possible.
I have lived the life worth living
I have given the best version of my life to my best ability corporate and personal.
Have I given?
Yes I received a personal thank you note from the home today.
Yes I given to my surrounding and sprinkle wisdom, knowledge, love and courage.
Yes I have inspired and empower others with love.
Yes I have shared my journey as a cancer survivor and an Asperger.
Yes I have, there are help coming into the way of some community.
Have I taken?
Yes a great giver is also a great receiver
Do I give a F?
My boxes of F are all empty.
I just requested for a flatbed.
I just requested for video and photo of the jump
I dunno why the obsession with jumping of the plane🙋♀️ ever since I didn't get my certificate of insanity. Can't even wait for New Zealand. I just want to do this if I only have a day to live!
To most, the skull is a symbol of danger or mischief, but to the mindful, skulls are a reminder that all things will pass, the good, the bad, and the conflicted. Living face to face with ourselves, in complete honesty means living fully and humbly. We’ve designed skulls for over two decades, as a reminder to live each day to its fullest.
Sheetal Are is a real tigress that fought against all the odds and chose to smile; she dared to walk out of a bad marriage and stayed positive. After working in banking sector in Australia for 8 years, she moved back to India with her 3 year old son Soham. Her creativity and passion is something that keeps the fire within her burning, be it through her blog, or her passion of making jewelry, which began more as a hobby, but now has now turned into a full-fledged venture- “Urmee”
Post graduate in IT, Sheetal never liked being glued to the computer for hours. Rather, she likes to interact with people, observe them and know more about them. Hence, she chose a field where she would get to meet new people. She loves travelling, trying out different kinds of cuisine, and she absolutely loves art. She says, if given a chance, she would like to be an actor some day. She also does modeling for famous handcrafted brands of sarees. All in all, Sheetal is a courageous woman, and does what she has to do.
On being asked about her challenges, she said, “I believe that whatever happens in life happens for good, that any struggle or obstacle in life just makes you stronger; it shows you a new path; and opens new doors in life. My divorce in 2012 was a turning point for me. My son was only 3, and it was not easy to accept the betrayal, breaking of trust, the cheating, and the physical and mental harassment. I was far from my family that resides in India, and after suffering for 8 years, I came back to them. I suffered from depression, and the right thing was, I accepted that I needed help and that I was in depression. My parents, my elder brother, and other family members were the strong pillars in my life- helping me throughout to stand up again. I started a new life with my soul mate, my son Soham; and I roared again, deciding to bring up my little cub on my own. Every day I would get up and tell myself, if I don’t believe in myself then who else will? Eventually, I found myself back, because I know if a mother is not happy, her child will not be happy either. My son is my Guru. He tells everybody very proudly that he’s Soham Sheetal