An Interesting Couple Of Weeks

Hey Everyone! I know my blogging has been very slow as of late so I just wanted to share a few stories of the last couple of weeks.

As I mentioned in my previous post, I spent the previous weekend in Latvia with for a stag weekend. When we landed it was minus 22 degrees C. Needless to say, it was rather chilly! 😛 Upon arrival myself and the guys went paint balling where we had an fantastic time in temperatures of minus 15 degrees C and in about 10 inches of snow! Anyone who’s been paint balling knows that even in normal temperatures, being hit by a paint ball can be extremely painful, but when you get hit in those sorts of temperatures, the pain is excruciating!! 😯 Luckily, I didn’t get hit too much but where I did get hit, I’ll have scars for many weeks to come, and sitting down is still painful! 😆

This weekend just gone, I had the wonderful privilege of attending the Christopher Howard Break Through to Success seminar in the Excel center in the east of London. It began on the Friday at 9am and for the 3 days until Sunday at 6pm. I have to say that is Chris is a huge inspiration to me, I’ve loved his work for ages and it was definitely a pleasure to see him live. If you’ve never heard of him or seen him, he should be back in London later in the year you can obtain free tickets for the event. I made some wonderful friends over the weekend and because I decided to put my hand up for one of the segments it meant that I personally got some help from Chris in the area of my career and business, in doing so, I also had many offers of help from many people from audience later on too. It just showed me that sometimes unless you raise your hand and ask, you don’t always get.

On Sunday, this physical body turned 30 years old. On Saturday evening I was thrown a surprise party by my amazing friends and the surprise was kept so well, that when I saw some of friends at the restaurant, my initial thought was; “What a coincidence!” It was only when they shouted surprise that I realised it was a surprise birthday! 😆 We had an amazing time and one of my pressies was a turtle teddy which I will cherish for ever! (I love turtles by the way!) I was also splattered with cake in the face but funnily enough I found the cream on the cake to be very moisturising for my face! 😛

I’ve had an amazing couple of weeks but now its back to the pleasure of bestowing my pearls of wisdom on a regular basis. 😀

It’s on that note that I would like to say that it’s important to make sure that you notice the glorious moments of providence as they unfold in your life on a day to day basis. They are subtle things that will occur for you on a day to day basis, things you may see as coincidence, fate or destiny, but I like to think of those events as an emergence of the power of the human spirit at it’s best. The power of intention, the power of choice, the power of our desires manifesting and creating lasting ripples within our lives to jetison us towards our ultimate outcomes. These things are happening all the time and all we have to do is appreciate and acknowledge them when they occur.

Have a beautiful day.

7 Responses

  1. Michelle says:

    Happy Birthday, Amit! Sounds like it was a great party!

    Looking forward to seeing your posts. 🙂

  2. Amit says:

    Thank you Michelle, I truly appreciate it, will be popping by very soon too! Mwah

  3. Kavit says:

    Hey mate!

    Happy Birthday… you’re 30? wow! When we met at squash, I thought you were in your mid-20’s!

    – Kavit

  4. Amit says:

    Hey Kavit,

    Cheers for the compliment! 🙂 Lets do the badminton/squash thing again soon! 😛

    A

  5. Desiree says:

    Sorry I’m so late on this but you hadn’t posted in so long I guess I finally got out of the habit of checking and you probably posted as soon as I did. Ha Ha! Anyway, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!

  6. Amit says:

    Awww bless ya desiree, thank you sweetypie! 🙂

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