Drop a 💛 for real relationships below👇We always feel we lost people. That they left us. That we are the only ones that missed out. But sometimes we have to recognize that we also add value. We also have something to offer and people lose us. They lose our love, affection and energy. If we lose someone based on our negative actions then yes we lost someone - but sometimes people are just dealing with too much.
Feasting my eyes with this imposing #peak that got me hooked for long...
The #swargarohinipeak in the Bandarpunch Range, is mesmerising with it it's unique form and an unexplained attraction. It lies between Har Ki Dun valley and Ruinsara Tal region. .
It finds it way back to Mahabharata which the Pandavas embarked on, but only Yudhishthira and a dog could reach heaven. Legends believe that this is the only way one can go to heaven with the human body itself.
Coincidentally, my trek group was accompanied by a dog too who led us throughout the trek. . #garhwal#himalayas#mountains#life#journey#photography#photooftheday#instalike#l4l#pahadi_corner
Me and my man https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7Mh68_YXDTYBf3oxkzdBGw
If a man does not treat you like a princess during courtship, he will not treat you like a queen during marriage.” Smile from your heart; nothing is more beautiful than a woman who is happy to be herself.
You deserve someone who you don't mind sharing your world with—someone you can trust in it.
You deserve someone that you don't have to second guess.
You deserve someone you trust as much as you trust yourself.
You deserve someone you can talk to and not have to talk over.
You deserve someone who believes in your dreams and loves you for your passion.
You deserve someone who is worthy---someone who can love you the way you deserve to be loved.
You deserve someone who will listen and not hold what you shared against you later.
You deserve someone who makes you laugh.
You deserve someone who makes you whole.
You deserve someone who will make you smile every day,
and I deserve the same thing, too.
A strong woman is one who feels deeply and loves fiercely. Her tears flow as abundantly as her laughter. A strong woman is both soft and powerful, she is both practical and spiritual. A strong woman in her essence is a gift to the world.
If In doubt, brush twice.
Day #20 on the ”Holiday Shredder”. Clocked in high at 165.2 lb this morning due to a large and yummie carbloaded pasta meal last night. Even during a low caloric protocol it can be beneficial to have high caloric days on occasion. This gives the body the signal that we are not in starvation/scarcity and will in theory keep the metabolism revving. At the end of the day focus on your weekly calories. For rapid fatloss in the 2 lb/week range, make sure to have a 1,000 calorie daily deficit, which comes out to 7,000 weekly. Have a super day and thank you for following the journey. 🥦😃
Location: Iran, Kashan, Agha Bozorg mosque is a historical mosque in Kashan, Iran. The mosque was built in the late 18th century by master-mi'mar Ustad Haj Sa'ban-ali. The mosque and theological school is located in the center of the city. Wikipedia
Agha Bozorgh Mosque was constructed for prayers, preaching and teaching sessions held by Molla Mahdi Naraghi II also known as Mulla Mohammad Naraqi, known famously by his title of Āghā Bozorgh (literally meaning big or great lord) given to him by the Shah himself. Molla Mahdi Naraghi II was the son of the legendary Mulla Ahmad Naraqi (also spelled sometimes as Naraghi) who was the second strongest person in Iran after the king himself, Fath-Ali Shah Qajar. Mulla Ahmad Naraqi is well known for rallying the Iranian forces against the Russian invasion of northern Iran and declaring "jihad" or "holy war" against the invading Russians. He was successfully able to reconquer the Iranian lands that the invading Russian forces had captured during that offensive. Mulla Ahmad Naraqi, his brothers, his sons, and his fatherMulla Muhammad Mahdi Naraqi famously known as Muhaqqiq Naraqi; are some of the most prominent Shi'a clerics as well as some of the most famous Islamic Iranian scientists of their time.
The past three days have been the most important time for me in comedy. On Wednesday, I decided that I’m not being as vulnerable as I’d actually like. I’m playing it like “stuff sucks but I’m okay,” when in reality, I’m not and I haven’t been for a while. So I stayed up all night writing and the next night at my show, I let it all out there. I talked about the few times I’ve had to sleep in my car, how I went from the Oscars to walking dogs and about how I lost my relationship because I went back into comedy at the behest of my girlfriend and it ultimately became the thing that drove us apart. And it was good. It was funny. And it was honest.
After the set I went to my favorite bar and hung out with some friends. Then I got a text from my ex informing me that she’d gotten engaged. And I handled it with absolute poise and grace (I cried uncontrollably.) We’re talking Dale and Brendon ugly crying at the Christmas table bad. Everything from the past few years came crashing into my brain. I then got so drunk I puked in my Uber (which was actually my second Uber because I had put in the wrong address the first time). But yesterday I woke up and the only thing that didn’t cross my mind was “Is it time to quit?” What actually happened is I wrote a joke about the night prior and I knew I had to start my set with it at tonight’s show. When I got to the venue, I was terrified. I had to open the show and I knew the last time I talked about something this personal too soon, I had a full on meltdown on stage. But I wanted to prove to myself that I could do it, I wanted to bury all of this and start the next chapter. I was shaking as soon as I said “So last night...” and when I got to “...I got a text...” I thought I was gonna cry, but I kept fighting through. And I got there. I saw a lot of concerned faces immediately lighten up. We’ve all been there. I got my laugh and then the rest of the set I killed. The past two years have all been worth it because through the pain and challenges, there’s been growth. And now I have no doubt in my mind that I’m supposed to be doing this. I’m a comedian and my purpose is to remind people “stuff sucks, but we’re okay.”
#repost from @prixdelausanne
I’m thrilled and honored to announce: I will be the Jury for one of the most prestigious ballet competition @prixdelausanne in 2020. Lausanne was my first international Ballet Competition at age 16, and it literally changed my life journey as a ballerina forever. 10 years ago when I was at my lowest point of my career, it was the memory of Lausanne that helped me to stay strong. My strength and faith came from that one turning point. I’m super excited to revisit this amazing place and to give back to the generation of today! Please stay tuned with me here and my @ziggyfig on the daily. 🥰🙏
💐 [AND THE JURY IS...] 💐
Discover the Jury members for the #PrixdeLausanne 48th edition in Montreux! 🌟 👉🏻 Zhongjing Fang, Soloist at the @abtofficial and #PdL Prize Winner in 2000, will be part of our 2020 Jury board!