Finding a happily ever after

I am in that phase at the moment. I feel like a phoenix in the ash state, deciding on how I want to look like and putting all the pieces together.
I watched this talk last week and a friend posted it on facebook again today so I remembered that I’ve been wanting to post about it.

If you read the comments on youTube you will notice that some people found her reading from the notes irritating and that it was better suited for Sakyet el Sawy.

I disagree. TED is about ideas worth sharing and spreading.

And Sahar has an idea worth spreading and sharing especially for women.

It is time to stop waiting or expecting a happily ever after. It is time to get up and get out and live life. Find a passion, find a goal, find yourself.