Wilderness and Lockdown Skies – Part African Adventures
I re-visited Africa; East Africa to be precise while living a lockdown life. My city skies these days remind me of the skies in the African wilderness. A pure shade of azure and the air as crisp and clean as it could ever be.
I’m also sharing a few sky pictures from our balcony, here in the city. The view is crystal clear, and opens up whole new vistas. We haven’t seen the Aravalli hills in the last nine years, thanks to the sky rocketing pollution levels. But the Covid-19 lockdown has been a blessing in disguise, as the view now stretches miles and miles beyond our imagination.
Today I’m grateful for the clean air and spectacular view from our home. It’s been a long, constant struggle breathing the heavy, pollution riddled air and surviving on air purifiers.
What are you grateful for today, amidst the Covid gloom?
What are you doing to pick yourself during this this time?
I’m sending you much love, light and healing prayers. Stay safe. Stay optimistic. This too shall pass!
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