Tag Archive: Awareness

The end of the World (as we know it)

2011 was a tough year for most parts of the World; the Arabic revolutions, Occupy Wall Street, famine and suffering in Africa, economic crisis in Europe and of course the terror attack and mass… Continue reading

Photographs of days that pass

I found these going through old photographs at home. One is from say, 1992 and the other one from 2007. 2012 is just a flip of a page away. I made a calender… Continue reading

What Men Call Life

I stumbled upon Samantha Mariah Jane’s blog yesterday and coincidentally she had shared a poem that her grandfather had written, shortly before he passed away. With her permission I am posting it here.… Continue reading

Practise taking action

Two of my best friends are going through a tough time. None of them can sleep properly, suffering from anxiety and stress. One is on anti-depressive pills. The other one, worries that getting… Continue reading

The art of (smiling while) tightrope walking

It’s almost 2 a.m but I can’t sleep. I’m restless and… I feel like a million emotions and thoughts are stirring within me, like a big soul pot I’ve kept a lid on… Continue reading


cranes hovering over the city building traffic lanes in the sky as if to reach higher than the birds are able to fly   they call it construction progress but they use bricks… Continue reading

Saturdays of our lives

Saturday night. High heels pacing down the street. People chatting, drinking. Taxi cars rushing by. And as usual: the sound of the neighbour’s foot steps, running around, stamping, stomping on the floor. What… Continue reading

Diamond necklace

You wander from room to room, hunting for the diamond necklace that is already around your neck. Rumi

I will be a hummingbird – Wangari Maathai

A great reminder from the inspiring, beautiful, wise and wonderful Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai that sadly passed away today, to always, always, do the best to our own capacity.

Story time

You know, being here, isn’t just an everyday routine for me. Like all the places I have lived I really take things in. You don’t know this, but I put together phrases, sentences,… Continue reading