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The Sun And The Rain Came By Together

Here are a few pictures I took of the rain this afternoon… 🙂 Rain during summer afternoons has to be one of the best kinds of rain. The sunshine falling on your skin is warm, and the air surrounding you is cold; everything is brightly lit and is yet hazy because of the water rushing… Continue reading The Sun And The Rain Came By Together

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5 Reasons Why Books Are Amazing (Other Than What’s In Them)

Books help in breaking the ice. When you find someone who has read and liked the same book that you have, you establish an instant connection with them. It’s a wonderful feeling to find someone with whom you can discuss the book’s plot and characters, build up theories, and share your favourite parts of the… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Books Are Amazing (Other Than What’s In Them)

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Late Night Conversations

Late night conversations Bursting with secrets too pristine To be touched by the hastily revealing sunlight Soft tunes that sally into the sweet silence Of the dark night An interlude of mindfulness and calm To the din of the day. An amalgam of novelty and familiarity Sometimes keeping me whimsical and awake Sometimes lulling me… Continue reading Late Night Conversations

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“What’s In A Name?”

Shakespeare famously said, “What’s in a name?”, but names mean quite a lot, sometimes. Some names are special because of the interesting stories behind them. Others are special because they are so creatively chosen or created that they stand out in one’s mind like Dobby among the Hogwarts elves. (Don’t mind me, I’m always making… Continue reading “What’s In A Name?”

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Turning Points

The little things, Aren’t always little. They’re often just secret beginnings; They’re often arcane titles. A small event, One you thought was elementary, Or something that happened quite by accident Bloomed into something legendary. Tiny things, tiny things are worthwhile; They don’t often disappoint. Look back and let your face crinkle with smiles As you… Continue reading Turning Points

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Go On A Vacation Right Where You Are

We often find ourselves caught up to our necks in work. We get anxious to complete things and compete against deadlines, and life seems like a monotonous one-way street. There is one way to stop visualizing a gloomy week and get back your inner peace that helps to calm the storms outside – going on… Continue reading Go On A Vacation Right Where You Are

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Mountains and Metaphors

Ever since I visited Mount Titlis a few years ago, I’ve found that places with mountains are my favourite places to vacation in. They have this mysterious, impressive air about them, and their gargantuan proportions really do take my breath away. Also, I absolutely adore cold weather, so it’s easy to understand why I love mountainous… Continue reading Mountains and Metaphors