I’ve visited a few places in my lifetime, seen some splendid architectural beauties (alas, not the Taj Mahal, not yet, at least) and some of those places teeming with stories of geographical history and Nature’s play with paints. But there is something to be said of places that you see for the first time, […]
I have a quote posted up on my wall – “At the height of laughter, the universe is flung into a kaleidoscope of new possibilities.” ― Jean Houston It is fitting that this quote is set against a background image of my hand, along with my friends, hands, foot and teeth. Everytime […]
Thatha, I never got to to tell you thanks. Tell you just how much you have helped me understand that there is innate good in everything; and set me on a path to find it. You were there for my first cry, you were there for my you held my hands to spell out லாவண்யா […]
And in this moment pictured here, the tree is playing into the needs for survival, arching over as it grows. As the sun sets upon the woods, it’s time for the nighttime creatures to step out. The path is but a story-teller, of children scrambling about the bushes, of people holding hands and tracing a path traced by others over the years and of the forces of the river lazily curving about on the side.
How apt that this week saw discussions about Climate Change in Paris, WordPress brings out this Daily Prompt asking us about Climate Control and the past couple of days, my city of Chennai is literally under waters? As a kid growing up, I loved the monsoon that gave rise to cool nighttime breeze and as […]
Autumn. It’s a fascinating time of the year, now that I’m better with slightly colder temperatures. It’s a strange season referred to as both autumn and fall. I mean, which other season gets this distinction? Well I guess you could say winter could be renamed as [insert-swearword-of-choice]COLD. But, I digress. There’s the unmistakable (and disgusting) […]