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If It’s Not Forever it’s Not Love Durjoy Datta & Nikita Singh It has really started with the photo and a quote of Leo Tolstoy, which I saw the other day on social media, that made me think about the subject of love. It drew my attention, it was reminding me that when we loveContinue reading “Love Is Forever.”
As I am beginning to write this blog, it is still September 30th, 2021 in the evening and it is the day Canada marks first Day for Truth and Reconciliation. This year was especially difficult for Indigenous People of Canada. Since May, more that 1,308 suspected graves have been uncovered near the sites of formerContinue reading “Truth And Reconciliation”
I am at the least romantic place.Sitting outside by Timmy Horton’s,Eating perfectly baked donut,Soaked in butter.I am getting fat on low vibration Sugar glazed, flour made apple fritter.But look at Van Gogh’s “Potato Eaters”.No broccoli dish in sight.Family gathered at the dinner table Under the dimmed oil lamp.Dressed in simple, yet clean clothes.The woman isContinue reading “Twin Flame Love”
I will begin this blog with the entry from Anais Nin’s journal: I am lonely, yet not everybody will do. I don’t know why some people fill the gaps and others emphasize my loneliness. In reality those who satisfy me are those who simply allow me to live with the “idea of them” Anais NinContinue reading “Love In The Time Of COVID-19. Online Dating, Alias Construct”
I have been waiting for my muse to arrive, to give me an inspiration to write about something, but not just about anything, when I suddenly heard this phrase in my mind: “To inoculate, or not to inoculate, that is the question”, which echoed the famous phrase of all times, in Shakespearean drama Hamlet, ActContinue reading “To Inoculate, Or Not To Inoculate, That Is The Question”
It’s been a while back when I wrote one of my very first blogs, titled “Leave Your Burdens Here” and at the end of it, I promised to do a follow-up, and write similar blog, series II. I wanted to do a little exercise, in which you will pick the basket you are drawn toContinue reading “Leave Your Burdens Here, Series II”
Truth is…I don’t even know myself anymore Anonymous I have been thinking lately about this particular phrase: “I don’t know”, because it became such mantra imprinted in my own mind, that I realized some things I was so sure of in the past, I am not so sure anymore. Some things I felt strongly aboutContinue reading “Knowledge Versus Perception. “We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know.” Socrates”
On July 24th, we are celebrating International Self-Care Day and it’s a good time to be reminded of importance of it. Self-Care is a lifelong habit of practicing individual ways of looking after one’s health in collaboration with health and social care professionals if it is needed. Some of the main things that come toContinue reading “International Self-Care Day Is On The Horizon And So Is Post-Pandemic Life”
I have been guided to write about the joy of movement and to remind myself and every one of the benefits of physical activities. My goal of writing the blog is to explore various subjects, to learn and grow. Writing is a great way of reminding myself and others of the ways of celebrating life,Continue reading “Life Is A Gift. No One Owes You Anything. The Joy Of Movement.”
I am in a dreamSitting on a ferryI saw you from the distanceYou joined the crowdI want to look at youTo see you closerTo be a fly on a wallYou walked up to a woman And took her handBegan walking towards meBut I wasn’t thereIt was like I was watchingA moving pictureYou motioned in myContinue reading “Poetry on the move: What Shall I Wear To Bed Tonight ? Anais Anais, Of Course.”
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