Balance Between Good & Evil 

The Inspiration Shots

iPhoneOgraphy – 20 Feb 2016 (Day 51/366)

“In this world, there is no absolute good, no absolute evil,” the man said. “Good and evil are not fixed, stable entities but are continually trading places. A good may be transformed into an evil in the next second. And vice versa. Such was the way of the world that Dostoevksy depicted in The Brothers Karamazov. The most important thing is to maintain the balance between the constantly moving good and evil. If you lean too much in either direction, it becomes difficult to maintain actual morals. Indeed, balance itself is the good.” – Haruki Murakami

Shot & Edited using iPhone 6+

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Valentine’s Angel

The Journey of My Left Foot (whilst remembering my son)


Sunday 14th February

I love you
We love you
Everyone loves you.

Just wish you were with us so we could tell you.
Wish we could wrap our arms around you.
Wish we could hold you tight.

Instead we’ll remember the good times.
Think about you constantly.
Feel you in my heart.
Look up to the sky.
Blow kisses to heaven.

I love you so much sweetheart.

My Valentine’s Angel.




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Top ten hair tips


  1. Damaged hair got you down? Try my favourite hair repairer… Coconut oil. Benefits include hair growth, moisturized hair, less damage, and more shine/softness. What you want to do is melt that coconut oil down. The best way to do this is by filling a large bowl with hot water then putting smaller bowl containing the coconut oil inside the hot water (making sure no water mixes with your oil). After the oil is melted go ahead and massage it throughout your hair. I like to leave the product in for a good hour but feel free to leave as long as you like. If you want to avoid getting oil everywhere consider putting a shower cap over your hair until you rinse it out. Trust me, you will love the results.
  2. Fresh out of the shower and you want to brush out your hair, don’t! When your hair is wet…

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We must support our junior doctors

Pertinent Problems

Like many people, while I support the right to strike, I’m not usually too keen on them actually taking place. A typical example would be when it comes to suspending service on the London Underground, whereby drivers paid in the region of £50,000 a year feel like their job is becoming too taxing and so feel inclined to inconvenience the general public.

Junior doctors get paid less than half of this, and they have just striked for the first time in 40 years (barring last month). This alone should tell you that something must be going horribly wrong, but when you also factor in how invaluable and highly-skilled a profession this is, it’s hard to overestimate how serious this is. Lives are at stake.

So, why are they striking? Are they just being lazy? In short, no. These strikes are in response to Jeremy Hunt’s (Health Secretary) new contract which he has now unilaterally imposed…

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Ali’s itsy bitsy bites- Fauchon Cafe

Ali's itsy bitsy bites

Target lunch


I woke up late and feeling so hungry and thinking to try something new. I did a quick checking on the net and found FAUCHON CAFE. Took my self and mine empty belly to discover this cafe.


Well, looking at it from outside, made me check my wallet. Lolo


From the time I entered all I can see is an elegant classy place. A lot of elements got my attention.


A good amount of space between the tables. Perfect lighting and color reflection.


The stuff looked elegant in their uniforms. Friendly and helpful. Good knowledge in what they are serving. They are lacking some communication skills among themselves. What I noticed, some of the waiters wearing gloves when they are dealing with the desert and others are not.




I’m glad that they have the option of a regular menu and iPad menu…

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