Meet my #soulsister @aditib12
She is the strongest woman I have ever met. She has gone through so many tragedies in her personal life but she came out strong, without giving up. She is one good example of how to fight depression by talking out and curing it. She is now back on her feet and fighting for all the injustice other people are facing in her country because of hostile environment.
She and I have never had a fight because we both think on the same lines and have similar personalities. Its funny how we became close because she was my husband’s batch mate and we clicked while working for the university.
She and I are so far apart yet understand each other without any negativity between us. This could be coz our lives have been kind of similar and we both fight back and come out stronger. We send each other voice notes for hrs to just vent out and feel better after it.
I wish i could spend more time with her in London this time but we still managed to take advantage of whatever time we had together and loved every moment by talking about all sorts of stuff 😂😂😂 I hope you stay happy and get ur issues resolved and come to Dubai soon ❤️❤️ I Love You 😘😘😘😘 Do you have that ‘one’ friend who is like this with you ? .
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Green Cabbie stand. The Cabmen's Shelter Fund was established in London, England, in 1875 to run shelters for the drivers of hansom cabs and later hackney carriages (taxicabs). By law, cab drivers could not leave the cab stand while their cab was parked there. This made it very difficult for them to obtain hot meals and could be unpleasant in bad weather. If they drove to a pub to buy food then they would have to pay somebody to look after their cab while they were inside, otherwise it was likely to be stolen. In addition they would be tempted to drink alcohol on the job. The Earl of Shaftesbury and other worthies therefore took it upon themselves to set up a charity to construct and run shelters at major cab stands. These shelters were small green huts, which were not allowed to be larger than a horse and cart, as they stood on the public highway. Between 1875 and 1914, 61 of these buildings were built around London. Today, there are 13 around London and are Grade II listed buildings #mylondon#mylondonphoto#mylondonlife#londonpop#londoncollective#londoncity#londonpop#metropolis_london#visitlondonofficial#visitlondon#londonbylondoners#londonpic#londonlifestyle#londoncollective#london_city_photo @visitlondon @passionpassport @exploringlondon @ldn4all