You’ve Got Mail

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that you don’t need to be Meg Ryan as Kathleen Kelly to recommend ‘Pride and Prejudice’ to a Joe Fox. Widely considered to be a romantic writer her works are immemorial to the style of writing romantic genre even today, and yet the love stories are only incidental objectives …

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To All The New Year’s Resolutions I’ve Loved Before

Maybe you’re still there waiting for our times to be right, maybe you never left and I was too blind to notice, maybe I shouldn’t have let you go or maybe I held onto you for too long. Our journey has come to an end but all ends are just another beginning. If you are …

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To All The Photographer Bloggers

 Ansel Adams once said, “You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” Photography is the art that encapsulates imaginations, memories, desires and feelings. The curious skill of capturing the intangible in the visible which is often more complicated than the inner and the purely abstract. A photographer is a skilled inventor who must always strike …

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Look out of your window

Follow every light and ponder over every sound as you gaze out of the window today, trace back the source of these factors that emerge over your window in no orderly fashion. While you go through this exhausting task, you will come to the epiphany that there are countless sources of light and countless sources …

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Yin and Yang

Since I can't refrain myself from saying something silly this post was inspired by my love for Kung Fu Panda. The Chinese symbol of Yin and Yang is the easiest answer to all that exists around us, within us and beyond us. It's a fundamental that holds true in a world which we are constantly …

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The Beach or the Mountains?

Simple questions most often torment me in the most complicated ways. A burden with consquential decision is often well understood, comprehended and realized.However when you think too deeply about the most simple questions, apart from being confusing, they are unnecessarily draining. To put to an end to the struggles of an habitual overthinker like me …

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My gravity

The only way to deafeat your issues, Is to first and foremost comprehend your problems. If you are a person like me, whose prime worry is not the potential to face or solve problems, but failing to recognize it, or even after venturing upon a realization, failing to remember it, then we must collectively stratergize …

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