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The Art of Communicating

Anita Horsfall blog DailyMotivation

I'm here for you, this is the best and the most precious gift you can give a loved one.  Nothing is more precious than your true fresh presence. You offer it to increase your happiness and your loved one's happiness. To love someone means to be there for him or her. To be there is an art and practice.Are you truly there for the person you say that you love 100 per cent? Using the skills of mindful breathing and mindful walking, you can bring together your body and mind to restore yourself and to produce your true presence in...

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The Problem In Our Heads

Anita Horsfall

The Problem In Our Heads

We spend so much time overthinking about the fall that we deny ourselves the opportunity to take the first step. Overthinking has destroyed many lives, relationships, life ambitions, etc. The the best thing is “Don’t Over Think Things”. “Just Do It.” If you fall that's okay. There's always something at the bottom you need to find. You got this.🙏🏾 📷 I love this bag by @ultrachic_official from their fall 2019 collection. I can be clumsy at times. This beautiful bag will come in very handy when I'm out and about after the lockdown. 😁

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Feeling The Inner Spirit

Anita Horsfall

Currently, I'm reading this incredible book by Chester Higgins Jnr called “FEELING THE SPIRIT, searching the World for the People of Africa”. I would highly recommend this awesome book to anyone interested in Africa studies, African traditions, and spirituality.In this book, esteemed photojournalist Chester Higgins Jr, tells the story of the people by capturing images of men and women of African descendants  throughout the world. While reading the “Rites” section in the book, I was mesmerised by this powerful image taken in Ghana, in 1975. This photo was taken during the parade of young virgins-a puberty right held annually in...

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The great churches in Ethiopia

Anita Horsfall

Picture courtesy of Bieta Giyorgis Ethiopia is Africa's oldest independent, uncolonised country. The town of Lalibela, originally known as Roha, was renamed after the 12th-century by King Lalibela. During his reign more than 900 years ago, King Lalibela commissioned a set of church buildings to form a New Jerusalem, in a small town called Lalibela,  in Ethiopia. This town is known to be home to one of the world’s most astounding sacred sites: King Lalibela’s motives were to create a New Jerusalem for those who were unable to make it to the pilgrimage the Holy Land. He also wanted to...

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What is the price of your peace?

Anita Horsfall DailyMotivation

What is the price of your peace?

This beautiful picture of Youssouf Sanogo, cradled by his mother, Hawa Diawara, Photographed by Ilvy Njiokiktjien/VII Photo Agency/Unicef, featured in the Guardian,  warmed my heart. When I saw this beautiful, special child, this quote by r.h. Sin came to my mind. "She's fixing herself for herself, don't distract her.” The world is heavy right now. There are so much pain and discomfort. I have sat in darkness and cried, looking for answers, yet, I find myself murmuring prayers to God who I cannot see, but feel in every way. Demons danced boldly beside me, tempting my faith and believes. Enticing...

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