It’s time to start living!

Wake up early. Drink coffee. Work hard. Be ambitious. Keep your priorities straight, your mind right and your head up. Do well, live well and dress really well. Do what you love, love what you do. It is time to start living.

~ Charlotte Eriksson


Credits: Solitary Retreat Page on Facebook


“When was the last time you did something for the first time?”

“I am not the kind of person to wait for things to happen. I make things happen.”

I was going across some of my older image collections and I stumbled across this.

inspiring (2)And I immediately switched into the thinking mode. I have a weird habit of saving inspiring, motivational and other stuff like this. My room is full of such print-outs. You see, I am not your regular person who stays motivated and is self-driven. I always need a pushing factor and in my case, such pictures work just fine. I have them on my laptop, in small print-outs, stuck to the walls of my studio apartment, on my mobile. I have even liked thought provoking pages on facebook. I no more subscribe to a mindless frenzy of useless pages. And yeah, my journal is full quotes like these. I even subscribe to blogs which have a good vibe to them.

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The Hugging Judge

‘Don’t bug me! Hug me!’ – Bumper Sticker

Lee Shapiro is a retired judge. He is also one of the most genuinely loving people we know. At one point in his career, Lee realized that love is the greatest power there is. As a result, Lee became a hugger.

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Just one of those days!

There are so many days when I just feel like keeping to myself. I don’t want to talk to anybody and I don’t want to listen to anybody. All I want to do is to sit down at a place with a nice view and see other people rushing about their life. I can see mothers leaving their kids with a nanny to go to work. Continue reading “Just one of those days!”

Connected but not close

Of late, I have realized that people have got a lot of technical advancement today but they have forgotten how to communicate. You can observe it yourself the next time you and your friend are having a conversation. If none of you are looking at your phones or laptops or towards any other object, you will definitely find yourself  or your friend looking over your shoulders to someone else. I don’t know how come we do not talk by making an eye contact today. Continue reading “Connected but not close”