“If you want to awaken all of humanity, then awaken all of yourself. If you want to eliminate the suffering of the world, then eliminate all that is dark and negative in yourself. Truly the greatest gift you have to give is that of your own self-transformation.” ~ Lao Tzu
I clearly remember going through a period of my life where I felt completely alone. It was a dark and lonely place to be.
I wondered if there were others who may have experienced the same. Were there times that they, too, felt hopeless or confused, lost or lonely, maybe even desperate to find others who can relate or help?
I would love to hear your story. Do any of these experiences throughout the website resonate with you? Does it serve as a guide through your own personal journey? Are you able to find love within your own heart, or a spiritual connection of some sort?
How about random acts of kindness… do you play any roles? Has your health improved in any way? Are you able to maintain a mind-body-soul connection that’s balanced for you?
Share your story, tell me about your experiences, or just provide some general feedback. Your comments are welcomed and are greatly appreciated! ❤
Sunita Sukhraj is a software quality engineer working in information technology. She has a bachelor of science in electrical engineering technology and a master of science in computer information systems. But she holds her most valuable degree, her doctorate of philosophy, in life’s experiences!
A single mother of two amazing girls, a mentor, motivational speaker, and philanthropist, Sunita is striving to change the world through her actions using the power of Love. On her spare time, she’s executing multiple projects, planning events and creating random acts of kindness to inspire others to feel better about themselves and to enjoy the gift of Life.
Sunita is also a project manager for A Slice of Hope in Florida; an effort designed to help eradicate hunger throughout the nation by spreading joy and optimism with live music and food at shelters and service centers. In addition to volunteer work, Sunita enjoys vegetarian cooking, experimenting with raw-vegan meals, reading, meditation, yoga, dancing, traveling, and taking pleasure in evolving throughout her spiritual journey.