It was a wonderful occasion. Mike was so thrilled about the event. Mike along with Laura put together his 40th birthday party with style and aplomb. All his former college and university friends were invited. I was invited as we were both at University. University together. I was impressed by the venue they used to host the event. It was a location near the Sorbonne within the Latin Quarters. The location was a microcosmos of Parisian style and culture. It is important in any event to look into Things to do first and then manage the planning of event.
The most important thing was that it was in line with birthday boy Mike’s scholarly bent and taste. The party was fantastic. The party was a blast and we enjoyed throughout the evening. The traditional French food, which included vol-au-vent, bouillabaisse and lamb quiche, as well as cassoulet and foie gras, along with desserts like truffles and truffles that will be remembered forever by anyone who attended his birthday party.
I can even recall Mike becoming a bit curious when he opened gifts for his birthday. Mike received a variety of birthday presents, from pencils, books, watches, to shirts, trousers and ties, bottles champagne, as well as cash. I gifted him Jean Christophe by Romain Rolland. He had been planning to buy the novel for quite a while. I was aware of this from his wife Laura and I went out and bought the novel in its entirety to him. Laura captured a lot of photos of the celebration using her camera on digital in order to record the occasion.
Although we were aware that death was only a matter of time, the news of Jacques’s passing still seemed to be a bit tense. There was nothing Jacques’s partner, wife Marie or his mom or I could do. The doctors had informed us that it was over when the tumors were discovered in the brain of Jacques. If Jacques’s life was over and mine were, my life had taken on an order.
Each day, I’d head to work, and then every evening I would go to visit Jacques in the hospital before I headed home. There was nothing new or break from the routine. The monotony felt like I was in the hands of a machine like I was going to carry on this routine even after the death of Jacques. His wife, his mother and I were at the top of their game, always in tension in anticipation of his die.
Yes, we were waiting for the day of his demise because there was no hope of him ever to come back. He would die in all circumstances. He was suffering from an advanced type that was cancerous to the brain. The treatment of the tumors would be almost impossible as they were located in the most vital areas in his brain. Jacques was to become a vegetable after the completion the need for an operation. On a night out, on the way for the hospital received a call from his mother, who informed me that he was suffering from the effects of dying.
I was rushed into the medical facility. The doctors informed me they believed that Jacques is in the last days. The mother of Jacques had brought in a priest with whom she was scheduled to deliver the sacrament, and anoint Jacques to mark the date of his passing. The nurses and doctors who attended to Jacques were sad throughout the ceremony. The mother of Jacques and Marie were in tears. As I was the sole person who appeared calm I was informed by the doctors of the procedures and formalities to be followed in the event of his passing. Jacques continued to live for approximately an hour after my entry into the hospital. The death of Jacques was a difficult experience for us all.
My sister was at Daniela’s wedding, which was a spectacular celebration. Daniela looked stunning in her lacy, white wedding gown, embroidered dress and veil and an arrangement of pink and red roses in her hands. Our young cousins were her bridesmaids. It was my mom’s and my responsibility to present her with a gift. My father-in-law’s brother, Rupert, was actually my friend. Through me she come across him. My sister was employed as an assistant professor at the time, and was working on her Ph.D. And Rupert already was employed in a large bank.
The match was perfect. They were both in love with one another. My mother and I planned to host the event. We wanted to create an unforgettable and memorable event and a grand event which would be loved not just by the bride and groom, but also all wedding guests. This is exactly what it was! Wedding reception was followed with a lavish luncheon. Everyone toasted the newlywed couple. At the reception, there was dancing, and a delicious dinner. We invited all of our family and friends to join us and requested Rupert to join in the fun.
The reception hall was full of guests, my mother and Rupert’s mom the most enthusiastic of them all. Many of the guests that were from the generation of our mothers, offered their blessings to the couple, and hoped they’d be invited back to commemorate the happy occasion. The gifts filled the entire room, piled up nearly into the air. We all took pictures of the occasion, including Daniela, despite her bridal gown that was trailing.
As the couple left to honeymoon, my mom and I, along with Rupert’s mother and brother all enjoyed an intimate gathering with friends to celebrate the great wedding that had occurred. My mother advised me to marry and get settled down, and said that she would host the same stunning wedding party for me just as she held for Daniela. The whole thing was just amazing to be true and was like a fairytale and left all of us the families of the couple, stunned.
We continued to live in this way for a period of time. My mother was in the midst of her job, and I was absorbed in my coaching, motivational and sessions of counseling. However, as with any dream that results in awakening, we were also suddenly awakened from our sleep of our dreams when Daniela told us that Rupert was not the person who he was before his marriage. In a matter of months, our vision was turned into nightmare.
Daniela as well as Rupert were fighting each other. It was extremely embarrassing because Rupert’s mother and my mother were good friends over the course of time. We initially attempted to help the two of them re-connect their lives. I was selected as mediator by both families due to me being one’s sister and the other’s best friend. However, nothing could aid. The marriage was irreparable. The entire situation left us in shock.
We had believed that what we believed to be a divine union ended up being an awful union, one which was never intended to be. The thought of divorce was never on our thoughts. It seemed like divorce was the only possibility to create a sense of peace for Daniela as well as Rupert. I felt extremely guilty because this was how my daughter been married to her husband. The divorce occurred. There was plenty of legal battles and pain for both families. However, it was the best way. They could no longer be together for long.
Following the events of divorce my mom, Daniela and I went for a trip. We were in dire for a break and looking to refresh our souls. We decided to travel to India. We picked India due to the fact that I am close and always associated with the nation.
My job often has me traveling there, and I’ve become fascinated of Indian culture. In India we made a decision to travel to New Delhi, Agra, Darjeeling, Puri, Mumbai as well as some South Indian temples. It was a lengthy trip because we were going to different places. It turned out to be an experience of healing an unforgettable experience for all three of us. Puri as well as Mumbai were breathtaking thanks to the serene waters of Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea, respectively, splashing against the shores and our feet.
Darjeeling was breathtaking not to mention the glittering Kanchenjunga that stood tall, majestic and unwavering against the blue, light sky. In addition, the Taj Mahal of Agra was amazing and an experience in itself. New Delhi was spellbinding. In the temples of South India were exquisite gems. They were a treasure trove of beauty. Jagannath Temple in Puri was an important center of activity since it hosted prayer services and worshiping, weddings, and even chanting sessions on its premises.
The time I spent in India together with family members was among the most memorable experiences of my life. It had a profound impact on my mother as well as my sister and me. It helped us believe in ourselves and valued the lives we lead. The impact of our vacation was evident when the time came to return France. Each of us started to excel at work. We were also promoted. We celebrated our career advancement this time, but not with any lavish party with pomp and show however, we celebrated it in the most peaceful way possible, eating in peace at an Italian restaurant.
We didn’t invite anyone to join us, did not inform anyone of the occasion. Only our office colleagues were aware of our promotions. My mother’s promotion, to the position of Head of Department of her University was reported by her colleagues. My mother’s colleagues were keen to throw a celebration for her, however she turned down the invitation because she was determined to keep things as low-key as is possible.
However, the tiniest evening brought tremendous joy to our lives. We celebrated in a way that we’ve never experienced before. We were the only three trio of us Mum, Daniela and I, enjoyed our most-loved food in our favourite restaurant. It was amazing that such a small, not-publicized event can bring many joys was something I realised at first. I also realized other aspects in that single moment of dining out.
I realized that an event can be described as an occurrence or happening, and that events can be diverse in nature. I realized that an event may be a source of great joy or sadness, defeat or victory. Death and birth are two events. Birthdays are events. Weddings are events. Divorce is an occasion. An event is a competition. A war is an occasion. Promotions in the workplace are an occasion. Demotions are also an occasion.
Even a simple meal out is an occasion. Actually, a common occasion, such as three of us having dinner together, could turn into something significant or a pivotal moment and a high-stakes day. Life is the most important moment that is composed of many smaller incidents, events or occurrences and accidents. It is these incidents and accidents, some big and others small that comprise our lives, and that define our lives, and define the person we are. We are in complete control of some events , like birthday parties as well as other celebrations but no control over other events , such as fatalities and injuries. All these events are unavoidable and a part life.
It is impossible to keep track of all the happenings that happen. Also, it is impossible to predict the many situations we confront in our lives. To control the situations so that people can have only positive experiences and stay clear of negative ones, people go to Astrologers. However, astrologers’ only job is to fool. They claim to predict the future, however they’re not able to do their job. There are blind people who believe in these individuals.
I’ll tell you the most effective and efficient method to control the events. Event management software is accessible through the Internet. Event management software is an application for managing events which assists individuals in managing their events. The most reliable software for managing events allows users to document the events and schedule events and share information about events, create the event’s summary and various other things to keep track of event details. A reliable and secure event management software allows you to connect professionally with others to talk about various aspects of the event on its platform program.
The software that is reliable for event management is independent of platforms and can be accessed via any PC or laptop that is connected to Internet. Furthermore, reliable event management software aids people organize their or her life more effectively. It aids a person be organized, far-sighted and capable of handling emergency situations.
In all occasions, reliable event management software will deliver a number of pleasant occasions in the form of promotions and growth in the direction of an individual. Software for managing events has gained popularity in the last few years. A growing number of people are finding this software extremely useful for managing their lives. Even though the software for managing events is useless in the event of natural and unpredictable disasters like earthquakes, volcanoes and floods, it can be beneficial to help a person become more organized, and in making boring lives exciting.
Damien Ghosh is a prolific author of articles that concentrate on places, technology psychology, people and places. Damien was employed in a variety of areas like the field of information technology as well as the tourism and travel sector, and the retail business. He has been part of several projects for blue-chip firms which are in the travel and IT industries, as well as tourism and retail sectors. His passion for work and for travel has inspired him to travel the world.
His experience has helped lead large work teams to achieve business goals with success. Also, he’s an expert in psychology and holds numerous degrees and certificates in both business and clinical psychology. He has successfully mentored, advised and mentored numerous people from various organisations in which he worked as an HR professional and psychologist.
He has also counseled numerous people through counseling sessions across different regions of the globe. The sessions he has conducted with counseling have proved highly effective in inspiring people and enabling people to set and define their goals. His extensive experience is sure to help Damien to write prolifically.
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