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The 7 day positivity experiment – Day 2

Day 2 – and going strong πŸ™‚ Today, I am thankful for: 1. The 20-odd volunteers that turned up for the Freedom Under Construction induction: It’s nice to see young (-er) people who are interested in acts of nation-building. Some of them have already made small contributions such as organizing blood-donation camps, one of them … Continue reading

The 7 day positivity experiment – Day 1

Didn’t realise that this is my first post in July! Wow.. it’s almost the end of the month and I haven’t written a thing here. The past month has been one big roller coaster ride – its gone by at break-neck speed, taken me to stupefying heights and stomach-churning lows – and often left me … Continue reading

You are alive…

I always wondered if I’d forget you, Maybe I wouldn’t think of you in those special moments, Or if I would never t have those conversations with you again, Would I believe it was you when you came to me in my dreams? It pained me, because I thought we wouldn’t have those memories again.. … Continue reading

Gratitude!

This list was originally intended to have 100 things.. but when I started writing it I found that I had more than a 100 things to be grateful for and the list keeps growing. This year has been wonderful.. and as I enter my 30th year, I am in deep, deep gratitude for everything in … Continue reading

Heart Speak..

To stay away, to stay apart from you even for a day Leaves me with a craving that only you can fill Only you complete me I long for you I look for you everywhere In the beauty of nature, In the kindness of others But in vain Even though the heart knows I wont … Continue reading

More Rumi..

Some quotes by Rumi.. beautiful, perfect.. they just resonate so deeply within me.. In your light I learn how to love. In your beauty, how to make poems. You dance inside my chest, where no one sees you, but sometimes I do, and that sight becomes this art. ~Jalaluddin Rumi One day, you will take … Continue reading

Listen to the whispers

Outside: the freezing desert night. Another night inside gets warmer, illuminating me. Though the earth be covered with impenetrable thorns In here there is a green and gentle meadow. When the continents are devastated – cities, towns and everything between scorched and blackened – the only news is future full of grief – while inside … Continue reading