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Social entrepreneur- Shiza Shahid believes that they are no superheroes and we ourselves are responsible for the betterment of the society. Watch the video below.
Social entrepreneur Shiza Shahid believes that they are no superheroes and we ourselves are responsible for making society better. Watch the video below.
We want our children to lead a life of balance, therefore we encourage them to excel in academics and in sports. But it is important to be able to put into perspective our privileges and be considerate towards others, for a life of balance.
Volunteering and doing philanthropic work, helps the youth to develop affinity towards society and it will transform them into better citizens. It makes one feel responsible for their actions. It develops individuality and positivity in life. It also makes you feel capable of bringing change.
With an impressive life of volunteering, from working with children in women’s jails to co-founding the Malala Fund, Shiza Shahid has received recognition as a social entrepreneur. She has worked alongside Malala Yousafzai and given form to her purpose.
Shiza believes that there are no superheroes and we ourselves are responsible for the betterment of our society. She says that knowledge is best acquired through a human connection. Her second lesson is that the power to influence anything about which you are truly passionate about, is within you. In conclusion she rounds up by saying that in the critical moments of your life, let your heart guide you.
Watch her speak on her interesting journey, in the video below.
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Does Ranbir Kapoor expressing his preferences about Alia using lipstick really make him a toxic husband?
Sometime back, a video of Alia Bhatt with Vogue went viral where she shares her go-to make-up routine and her unique way to apply lipstick. It went viral not for the quirkiness but because she said that after applying the lipstick, she “rubs it off” because her then boyfriend and now husband – Ranbir Kapoor likes her natural lip colour and asks her to “wipe it off”, whenever they are out on a date night.
Netizens had gone crazy over this video, calling RK toxic and not respecting AB’s choice to wear makeup. I saw the video a couple of times to understand the reason behind the uproar but I failed to understand it. I read many comments and saw people saying that asking your partner or dictating terms on how they should wear makeup is a major sign to leave the person.
Modesty or humility is viewed as the hallmark of a well-brought-up girl, which makes it hard for us to be open to any real compliments without feeling like an imposter.
Why is accepting that compliment so hard?
Colleagues: Have you lost weight? You look good!
She (who has spent months doing Keto and weights): It’s the dress that’s making me look thinner!
Guests: Your house is so beautiful and neat!
She (who spent the last five hours mopping and polishing): It could be tidier; there is just so much dust.
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