"I'm hoping to offer people something that they will cherish all their life rather than a bunch of flowers that they will throw in the bin next week."
Why am I writing this when I am a happily married mother of two? I have a few nephews, and I think one of them may be what others have described as ‘confused’. I suspect he is bisexual or homosexual. As a ‘massi’ I love him and want the best for him forever. I want him to be true to himself and I cannot say this to him, but I can write it, and write it for all the other nephews I have, for I do not now distinguish between my worldly family and spiritual family as a Sikh. Be true to yourself and do not destroy a girl’s life by trying to fit in to the pressures of society. It is far better to live the life you want than to live for others and struggle with your own life. Just imagine if, when Sikhs came to the UK decades ago, they lived the life of what English people wanted? We would have no Sikh faith or Gurdwaras in the UK. Have the same courage as those Sikhs. In the end, God created the bunch of flowers, not a single red rose. All his flowers are beautiful and precious to him.
Lovely bunch of flowers arranged with different kinds of flowers like roses, tulips, orchids, lily and so on. Its a lovely present to give someone and show your feelings. So i m uploading here some lovely flowers just share with your friends.
There’s something about a gorgeous bloom on your console, or a lovely bunch of flowers on the table, that really lifts a room. Fresh flowers don’t come cheap in Singapore, so here are some great places to buy artificial flowers instead.