Never let the fire go out.

It’s okay, you know, to not be able to put to words what it is that you want out of your life. To have this persistent and wild longing for something and not know what it really is, to lose sleep over something that you just cannot put your finger on. To feel it, yetContinue reading “Never let the fire go out.”

Questions without answers.

But what are we then? It will be misleading to describe a person for what they wear or the shape of their face. Even more off target will it be to delineate a breathing being for the size of their belly or the color of their skin. How is it to be considered legitimate, toContinue reading “Questions without answers.”

In search of whatever it is, love.

“…he’s more myself Than I am.  Whatever our souls  Are made of,  His and mine  Are the same.”     -Emily Bronte (Wuthering Heights)  What is love? This question certainly might have come up in each one of our minds at least once. But how many of us have an answer for it, that couldContinue reading “In search of whatever it is, love.”

A little something for you.

We are here and that’s everything. You’ve been so brave, fighting fearlessly at the face of the adversities life’s thrown at you and never once thought of giving up. I cannot imagine being in shoes and going through everything that you ever so graciously faced and out of which you came fearless than ever. YouContinue reading “A little something for you.”

A tangled mess that is life.

We are growing. Everyday, every second of it. And with this passage of the times do we come around the fact that this life, with all it’s endless flaws and inconsistencies, brings with it the company of some beautiful human beings as well. Some of them stay for a bit longer than the others, whileContinue reading “A tangled mess that is life.”

Wabi Sabi: A beautiful art of living.

Wabi Sabi is a Japanese philosophy that teaches us to embrace the imperfections, drawing us to the beauty of things coarse and unrefined. Slowly filling us with fascination over the odd and misshapen that are conventionally thought to be “ugly” or “not in good taste”. Providing us with a chance to learn to accept theContinue reading “Wabi Sabi: A beautiful art of living.”

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