can we see light? or do we see that which obstructs light
nature permitted us a visit to her forestnot neatly manicured as were the tea farmsbut a lively welcome, seemingly chaoticthough if you observed enough you wouldappreciate nature’s patterns, where a tree arcs into a rainbowoffering shade from the scorched skygently we tread over dried up leavesscrambling, sliding, scrabblingas though we never learnt to walkyet majestic … Continue reading Patterns of Nature
when we are still and face one anotherreflections within reflectionswe see the infinity in ourselves #Pawetry 😸
sparkle, not burn float, not fall liberate, not incarnate
I just noted that this is my 500th post! Thanks everyone for reading and encouraging me :)
I am reblogging this post A Letter About Success.
It was a letter written by my father to my sister many, many years ago.
We have recently started a blog for our parents sharing their thoughts, wisdom, memories, recipes and many other useful tips. Please do check it out and leave a comment for them :)
Happy Father’s Day!
We found an old letter our father had typed out and sent to our sister when started studying History and Philosophy of Psychology.
So, you are now taking up “History and Philosophy of Psychology”. I hope you are enjoying it and finding it interesting.
You mentioned a phrase:
“Your motto in life should be to strive, to struggle instead of to succeed. Work that is well accomplished is the joy of life.
In this phrase the word “Succeed” is the key word and one should try to understand this and its effects.
1. When you aim to succeed means you expect something to happen. When you expect or wish … you are limiting your potentiality…
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time is nothing but rhythm gravity is nothing but irresistibility distance is nothing but illusion light is only fragments, look closer breath is nothing but life life is nothing but energy energy is matter energy is space space is but nothing nothing is darkness darkness is darkness was darkness shall remain *** this was written … Continue reading simplify
I celebrate Women's Day with a few of my previous poems plus some recent thoughts. sweet tears at the point where night bids farewell she raises her head, crowned by a pallu of sizzling red, gold a slender mangalsutra enhances her slightly inverted neck the strongest of henna the darkest of kohl the boldest of kumkum a piercing flame … Continue reading Celebrate!