A different view when we all are very upset with the Almighty. Nicely put poem.
A word that means the world to me – Howard Johnson
A very well picturized feeling for the closest person to everyone’s heart. Checkout:
Has it happened to you that you wanted to do something… like writing a blog, resuming an old hobby of yours, learning music, or creating something new, but have been postponing the task for the need of a more suitable time or place? If yes, please go through this post:
It emphasizes an important quote by CHARLES BUKOWSKI : “air and light and time and space have nothing to do with creativity”. If you are willing to create, design, innovate or invent, you’d do it anywhere, anytime and under any circumstances. If you are not creating anything because of a reason, it is just an excuse.
Hopefully I will try to avoid excuses now onwards for the things I really want to do 🙂
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ZEN Pencils is a blog where inspirational quotes from famous people are adapted into cartoons. Do check out other posts from on this site.
The WordPress.com has prepared a 2012 annual report for my blog. It’s fun to see the numbers increasing year-by-year. Thank you all the visitors! 🙂
Here’s an excerpt:
4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 56,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 13 Film Festivals
Hi Guys, it has been an awesome year with all ur support, well wishes and visits. Hope to continue writing some useful stuff in the new year. Enjoy and keep smiling 🙂
In today’s world of convenience and luxury, we have made everything complex. A small chat with an intended partner-to-be (termed “a date”) has become a BIG thing with a hell lot of pressures. We have become used to pressures and in the process ignored the simple magical things in life.
Ruth spends some time with her grandparents in a village without electricity and rediscovers these simple things in a new light (well, literally).
And she suggests the same for a date too… just “Grab a lantern and meet during a power outage”.
A very well written post.
Steve McCurry, the photographer that took the amazing picture of the Afghan girl that appeared on the cover of National Geographic (I’m sure you know the girl who I’m referring to), posted this post to his own personal blog.
This special post, along with the amazing pics from different countries, reminds me of a walk I took on a chilly early morning near Chikmaglur, a small hillstation near Bangalore, India. It was some 6am. I woke up among the hills, took my digicam and went into the woods. Each flower, tree, shrub, worm just amazed myself as I got lost in time. The soothing silence in the hills and the extraordinary landscape talk to your soul, shaking it, rejuvenating it… and you experience, what you might have just heard previously, “inner peace”.