I realized we live for moments like this. We live for those moments when everything seems to stop around when in fact, everything continues to turn.
There are those moments when you think you have the power to contradict the law of time, the one that says that the seconds, the minutes and the hours go by at a furious pace.
When too many problems beset us, these particular periods make us forget that this life we lead is ours. They also have this power to make us appreciate to the maximum that this same life is ours when the good news and the good shots fuse from all parts.
These moments, those where everything seems to stop while everything continues, they make us live the most beautiful emotions. We waltz often between smiles and uncontrollable laughter. You can go to a quiet and comforting area, just as you can get carried away with adrenaline and passion. But still, we feel more alive than ever.
We live for these moments, but also for the people so precious that allow us to chain them one after the other.
There are members of our family, those who have been there since day zero and with whom we share blood ties. We also find the best friends, those who entered our lives along the way never to come out again. We can not miss friends and acquaintances, those who take their place by our side without a hitch, no matter the time of absence or miles away. Then there are the loves: the lightning storms whose phone number hangs in the labyrinth of our cell, just like the eternal ones who left their initials tattooed on our heart.
When I see the city through the window of the bus, I know for sure that it's teeming with life everywhere. But when I am with these people, I come to ask myself a question, as naive as it is: if the world continues to revolve around but we are not there to see it, does it really continue? to turn?
I have summer rituals, holiday rituals, renewal rituals in the spring ... but my fall rituals remain the most powerful. So here are three very different, but equally magical, ways to celebrate autumn.
I am a fan of face masks and have tested a lot since I use them. I admit that they are not all favorites for me, but t, the quantity I test is things that can happen. Some give great results, while others do not really improve my skin.
"If there is one lesson to remember, it is that we must not have pride and ask any questions we may have," says the entrepreneur. His personal motto: "To go to the top, you have to surround yourself with tops. "