Papa ❤ My Strength, Mentor, Friend, Support...and My Life!!! A person whom I trust d most and love "unconditionally"
‘Aaj jaane ki zid na karo… Yoonhi pahlu mein baithe raho…’ A melodious song was playing from an old gramophone record. Gramophone was one of the many vintage collections which Veena had! Her morning usually starts with a cup of tea and melodious music in the background.
It is strange how unexpected joys fill our life with positivity. Yet many a times, we choose to ignore them by trying so hard unnecessarily, increasing our expectations limitlessly and eventually hit rock bottom. Yet again my concept of “Zero expectations = Ultimate happiness” proved to be right. Go on...Read to know how...!
This is my second week into this contest and the prompt for this week is rather interesting. It made me think for a while. After giving it a thought, I realized that most of the pictures I captured had either straight lines or edges and are rarely curved/rounded.
We were back to Mumbai once again and were only left with approximately 2 days to explore. As we reached Mumbai by noon, we had pretty much half a day left to our-selves on that day...So, to start with...
Kruti was waiting for her bus to arrive... That wait for 3 hours until she boarded the bus and later 10 odd hours of travel seemed the longest in her life. She waited with bated breath and eyes wide open, unable to sleep for her destination, Hyderabad to arrive...
To me, the smell of fresh-made coffee is one of the greatest inventions... - Hugh Jackman
It was mid-day and I was immersed in reading “The Fountain Head” by Ayn Rand (which I started reading couple of days back). As I read, my mind was constantly wavering to remember a quote by her which I came across sometime back. It was diverting my focus, so, without wasting a moment, I turned … Continue reading Partner? Friend? Or Both?
When I come across people with a unique perception of beauty...it restores my faith in mankind in an era of raising beauty standards and body shaming!
That's all she ever needed!