5 Ways I Beat the Blues: #MondayMusings #MondayMotivation

I was hoping I would be done and dusted with the challenges of the 2018. But who said 2019 would come with a guarantee card, of an easier life. I really wish I could write a more optimistic post, and not start the first line by ranting. But such is life at times. I'm not … Continue reading 5 Ways I Beat the Blues: #MondayMusings #MondayMotivation

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Spring Vignettes : #WordlessWednesday

  Spring Vignettes         Here are a few beautiful lines from my all time favourite writer, Khalil Gibran (1883-1931), whose writings have given me solace even as a youngster. I have recently been reading a compilation of his verses called "The Little Book of Life" by Neil Douglas Klotz. You may want to … Continue reading Spring Vignettes : #WordlessWednesday

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A Divine Morning at Bangla Saheb: A Long Lost Wish Comes True

"Alone let me constantly meditate in solitude on that which is salutary for his soul, for he who meditates in solicitude attains supreme bliss."  -  Guru Nanak   Bangla Saheb is an oasis of spiritual bliss. Early this morning, I had the divine fortune, of finally being able to pay my obeisance to this glorious … Continue reading A Divine Morning at Bangla Saheb: A Long Lost Wish Comes True

“I Got Your Back” – Animal Instinct: #WordlessWednesday

" I can't promise to fix all your problems, but I can promise you won't have to face them alone." - Anonymous     Picture Credits: Aarshia, my 10-1/2 - year - old (no filter-for obvious reasons)   "I Got Your Back" - Animal Instinct : #WordlessWednesday This is from last night. Cotton and Laila have … Continue reading “I Got Your Back” – Animal Instinct: #WordlessWednesday

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Valuing Our Loved Ones Before We Lose Them: #MondayMusings

Why is it that we value people a lot more after they have died? I wonder why do we realise their importance only after they are gone, and not when they were around? Why is it that we regret not having spent quality time or more time with them? Or being 'nicer' or kinder to … Continue reading Valuing Our Loved Ones Before We Lose Them: #MondayMusings