Reviewing (on) Amazon

It seems as though one cannot be honest while posting public reviews on Amazon – as long as they look favourable. Most of the time, they have reason to be but not in this instance.

Hence posting it here.

(Please pardon any auto-corrects in initial review, i.e. ‘edit instead’ should have been ‘estimated’)

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Although someone managed to post their review on the very same item – one of which I could relate to 😉

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No Pain, No Gain.

While Donald Trump stays true to himself, whether his attributes are admirable or otherwise is not our problem or priority. People learn from their mistakes, even he deserves a second chance to correct himself. To some, he may be an idiot yet to others, a hero. It is very much each to their own. Deal with it.

I may not like him but I do appreciate his honesty. He is not afraid to tell things like it is whereas other Presidents, Prime Ministers and politicians tend to impersonate snakes, slithering here and there. With Donald Trump, it’s the brutal but honest truth, it may hurt you like a prick of a thorn but without pain, there is no gain.

I can only try to allay my fears that he will not start a world war by reminding myself that anyone who has not got the patience to tolerate him, is most likely to start a war instead.

All the best to Donald Trump and let us hope that he keeps his wits about him.

~ SJ (Sara Jae)

Rumour Has It…

That I have had a breakdown. Hmmm, I must admit that when I heard that, I just had to laugh. Granted, for those of you concerned enough, it was not at all funny but alarming enough for you to actually approach me and find out the truth, for yourselves. I would like to applause those of you for having enough respect for me, to come to me, rather than conforming to the peer pressure of Chinese whispers amongst yourselves.

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“What you don’t see with your eyes, don’t witness with your mouth.”

As for the “breakdown” – it is absolutely and utterly untrue. IF there ever were one, it would have been before I founded the Tree House. There was a time when I was kicked whilst I was down but those who did not dare to look down on me – whilst I was down helped me back up again. After the Tree House was founded, there was another time when a good portion of my previous admin team tried to undermine, overpower me but I stood my ground, stood up (much to their horror hoping that I would stand by) and removed their flaws from damaging me, relatively the Tree House further. (A survival of the fittest of course) They still and will always try their best to damage it but that is their problem, therefore their waste of (negative) energy. These people are behind me, and so it should be the case, for you too.

I have now reached the stage where I do not need social media in my life – any longer. Social media has become quite the tool for sociopaths. It sucks people in, makes them mindless of others and sadly, the preciousness of face-to-face values is lost on most. If anything, the Tree House has been a lifeline to me for the past two years. I am oftentimes (albeit surprisingly) reminded that people can still be humane, respectful, kind, considerate, honest and genuine.

I do appreciate social media in the sense that it has reconnected me in the past, to long lost family and friends, for introducing me to some newfound friends that have brought laughter and tears to my heart. For reminding me, who not to be, who to steer clear of and just how twisted and bitter some people can be. That is not the way I wish to use my second chance at life – most people only get one chance and if they could turn back time and change certain aspects of their lives, they would. Thus, why, I am because I can. I have once again found the balance in my life in order for me to cherish life and social media is not part of that equation.

Look to the person next to you, to the cashier in the shops, to the stranger opposite you on public transport. Consider how they may be feeling or what they may be going through. They would love a friendly smile just as much as you do. Smell the freshly cut grass, cherish chocolate even – as a treat mind you! Strive to be righteous, honest and the best one can be. Find a way to being happy from within because being happy for a reason is dangerous since that reason can be taken away from you.

There is certainly no need for me to broadcast why I have taken a step back, a sabbatical, especially when it is for very personal reasons that only my family and a selected few friends deserve to know. They have after all, always been there for me.

Please, trust in me that when I say, I am more than fine, I am actually anticipating all the joy the future has in store, for me, and my children.

For… “What is coming is better than what has gone.”  

Onwards and upwards – Positivity rules!. 😉 😉

~ SJ (Sara Jae)

KIck Ass!

Proud to be an ass kicker… – kicking ass is awesome!

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Kindness and the greatest of respect is always best.and it is irrelevant who people may be, where they come from, who they may be related to, who their friends are… It does not stop me from kicking their ass.

People who lie, back-stab, make false excuses, contradict themselves etc whatever – it is on their conscious, not mine. They are just exposing/confirming their true colours. Their actions express their priorities, which speaks louder than words.

Every being deserves respect regardless yet respect has to be earned.

~ SJ (Sara Jae)

The (Not So) Sound Of Silence

Jeremy Corbyn

I quite like Jeremy Corbyn… His personality tends to remind me of my own and the way he wishes to act on the people’s behalf within the government is truly admirable. Because of that, he is an honest person however; I have a genuine fear that he may be silenced, somehow. We all know there is an organisation behind it all, puppeteering away, decreeing fate and having the final say. This is not restricted to the United Kingdom either.

There are valid reasons for saying that such as…

The weapons expert, David Kelly apparently committed suicide – obviously silenced as not to reveal his findings in an investigation, which would have inevitably cast a shadow on the government back then.

Prince William of Gloucester, who perished in a plane crash. He had asked his girlfriend, Zsuzui Starkloff, to join him on that particular flight. He must have been uncharacteristically encouraged to invite her so they both could be killed off but fortunately for her – she could not make it and so he took his instructor along instead.

There was a Pakistani doctor, Hasnat Khan who was romantically involved with Princess Diana at one point but somehow he was scared off her and her butler, Paul Burrell, the sole survivor of the world-famous car crash has obviously been paid off and hidden away. Where is he nowadays since he knows the absolute truth regarding the fatal car crash? Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed both sadly died except there are those who may prefer to say, killed. I would just like to also point out that both Khan and Fayed were Muslims… Just how similar are the tragedies of Diana and the other Prince William? Fortunately, Princess Diana’s son, who was named after the Queen’s cousin, William is able to love and marry the love of his life in today’s times and attitudes.

The list is actually endless… Seek and ye shall find.

Above all, the single common trait they all share(d) is that they were not afraid to buck the trend, to break the mould in order to be themselves.

This country’s government actually needs someone like Jeremy Corbyn to kick it up its backside and organise it into a better, fairer, democratic state of affairs. However, but because he is original, determined and an honest person who has not yet allowed himself to be manipulated – his term(s) in government may somehow cease. People are certainly trying to nit-pick and find faults within him. On one hand, they are just trying their luck to make him conform to their particular ways. Yet on the other hand they are more than likely to be Jewish or have Jewish connections – having been offended by his stance and honesty. They are fighting a losing battle, in all senses.

Jeremy is obviously not someone who will permit themselves to be bullied and I sincerely hope he will be able to remain courageous, honest and a tower of strength to and for the people of United Kingdom.

Thank you Jeremy, for being true to yourself.

~ SJ (Sara Jae)