Living life, Nostalgia, Reflection, Spirit & Soul

Story of the clothes

Stories are everywhere, even on the clothes we wear. Cruising along the highway, for some inexplicable reason, I notice for the first time, these stories.  The canvas shoes from a country far away. I shudder recalling the moments after their purchase and their significant impact on my psyche for months to come. The distrust of… Continue reading Story of the clothes

Living life, Reflection, The Self

Composition of your life

I am short in stature, petite as some would say politely. Compared to others around me, I have not had many opportunities in my life to look down at anything. Look at, yes. Look up, often :-). Over the years as my interest in photography increased, I learnt to look at things from different angles… Continue reading Composition of your life

Living life, Nostalgia, Reflection, The Self

Travelling on my own

I walked the streets of Rome and Florence mostly alone, spent a bit of time with colleagues (eating is a communal experience), and did a couple of tours with groups of strangers. Oddly it was eating alone that was (relatively) most uncomfortable. Probably because I wanted to order a selection of foods and realized there… Continue reading Travelling on my own

Living life, Reflection

Into 2019…

As we head into 2019... The 2018 word of the year selected by dictionary.com is “misinformation”, and defined as “false information that is spread, regardless of whether there is intent to mislead”. It is to be distinguished from “disinformation” which is intentional and deliberate. Worth checking out this video. Oxford Dictionary chose “toxic” as its… Continue reading Into 2019…

Being alive, Contemplate, In relationship, Pain, The Self

The Journey…again

Graham Greene said, A story has no beginning or end: arbitrarily one chooses that moment of experience from which to look back, or from which to look ahead. And so is the narrative of our life. The choice of that moment of experience will colour our future, and the memory of our past. Which moment… Continue reading The Journey…again