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Unexpected friendship

Raima missed her train to Berlin and was in a dilemma whether to spend the night in a hotel or in the railway station’s waiting room. Just then, a man bumped into her. ‘Oh crap! did I miss the train?’, he was panting. Raima nodded her head. He sat on the bench and started playing flute, attracting the near by crowd. Raima […]

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Inner voice

Have you ever wondered what are inner voices, which convinces you to decide what is right or wrong? It is our voice, but the messages received, are the values and teachings from our parents. Little things which they have kept repeating, what is good or bad comes in the form of voice. We can hear this voice when a familiar […]

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Sahara bosland

Weekly photography challenge: Variations on a theme Sahara bosland is a unique play-forest located in Limburg, Belgium. It has lake surrounded by sandy forest, just like oasis in desert. A lovely walking path amidst the forest. There is also a tower top from where you can enjoy the beautiful view. Sitting areas for children are made in the forest using […]

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I took the liberty of being candid with her, leading to a fight. Neither can I accept my fault nor can I easily forgive her. I wished I was not egoistic. An inexpressible pain, a feeling of being squeezed from within. Shall I tell her, how hurt I am? what if she thinks am weak and sympathises! How can I […]

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Silence is prayer

Actual silence could only be when we depart this life, probably that is why they say ‘rest in peace’. Other silence according to me is prayer, which in my opinion is just being in present. “I used to believe that prayer changes things, but now I know that prayer changes us and we change things.”           […]

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Keukenhof, flower garden

Keukenhof is 68 years old, worlds largest flower garden, in Lisse Netherlands. It was initiated as a source of herbs for a castle’s kitchen in 15th century, which was later converted as spring park for public in 1950 with 236,000 visitors. It is opened every year from March-May, with a flower parade organised in April. The garden grows about 7 million […]

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Rita spent most of her time taking care of her two children. She had a past of drug addiction and with great difficulties, with the intension of being a better mother, she quit  drugs. Her boyfriend was also a drug addict but was not able to quit. He used to visit home once in week as he was afraid of […]

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Searching for Utopia

A sculpture known as ‘searching for Utopia’ by Belgium artist Jan Fabre, was placed for exhibition in citadel (castle) of Namur, Belgium for a short period of time. This bronze sculpture is of the artist himself ascending a tortoise and enjoying the view from top of citadel. Utopia means ‘a place that actually does not exist, an imaginary perfect place’. Maybe […]

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