Wan Nur Syaira (@WanNurSyaira )

Wan Nur Syaira

Bio part time ballerina
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iPhone : Mariah Carey - My All (Cover)

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iPhone : I appreciate friends who are dead honest with me and allow me to be honest too. By all means, call me out on my bs and don’t leave me hanging for something I was never aware of.

iPhone : Growing up I’ve learned to accept that confrontation by my closed ones is not to hurt me but is an act of love. It actually takes guts to open up and they still do so just for us to be in an honest relationship with no hidden resentment.

iPhone : R. Sarina Yes, same. Those who can find meaning in their suffering are better able to cope with what would otherwise be a struggle too hard to bear, still left quite of an impact for me.

iPhone : Rework by Jason fried

This is great for business owners, and one key point that I learned is - focus on your product and the value it provides, not on the competition.

iPhone : Lost connections by Johann Hari

This book mostly entails more about emotions and the factors. I wanted a better understanding of what depression is like and while I never believe a book to be fully accurate, it’s certainly packed w a lot of informations.

iPhone : Inward by Yung Pueblo

It’s an easy read and it’s good for those who needs a little motivation for self empowerment. They are short poems that targets on self love, understanding, union and more.

iPhone : All about love by Bell Hooks

Not everything in this book resonated with me. She did talk about love that’s healing and it can come in many forms but love and abuse can’t exist at the same time.

iPhone : Indistractable by Nir Eyal

This book is more about how to take control of the distraction and make it into something that will benefit you and make you more present in the moment. I’d recommend another book by him called “Hooked”.

iPhone : Solitude by Michael Harris

There were times when I think about putting my phone away for a bit and just disconnect from the world a bit. This book helps me when I do that and how it’s important to have that break once in a while for our clarity and creativity.

iPhone : Wisdom for cooling the flames by Thich Nhat Hanh

Definitely in my re-read list. While it can get quite repetitive, he explains how to view your anger and any emotions as an organic part of you, how to embrace them and use mindfulness to counter those emotions.