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Inspiring Forever

  • Detour: A New Experience

    Taking a detour in life can be a challenging and overwhelming experience, but it can also provide a new perspective on the journey of life. A detour can force us to step out of our comfort zones and see the world in a different light. It can also be an opportunity to learn and grow, both as an individual and in our relationships with others.

    When we encounter a detour, it can be easy to focus on the negative aspects of the deviation from our planned path and we may feel frustrated, disappointed, or even lost. But it’s important to remember that detours are a natural part of life, and they can ultimately lead to greater understanding and appreciation of the journey.

    One of the benefits of taking a detour is the opportunity to see things from a new perspective. When we’re on the familiar path, we tend to take things for granted and not notice the small details around us. But when we’re forced to take a different route, we’re more likely to pay attention to our surroundings and discover new things. This can be especially true when traveling, as detours can lead to finding hidden gems and unique experiences that we wouldn’t have found otherwise.

    Additionally, detours can help us to appreciate the journey more fully. The detour itself may not be enjoyable, but it can give us a greater appreciation for the destination and the effort it took to get there. It can also help us to appreciate the people we meet along the way, and the lessons we learn from the detour.

    So taking a detour in life can be a difficult and uncertain experience, but it can also be an opportunity for growth and a new perspective. It can help us to appreciate the journey and the people we meet along the way. So, next time you encounter a detour, try to keep an open mind and see it as an opportunity for something new and exciting.


    Rating: 1 out of 5.
  • “Staying Evergreen: The Importance of Continual Growth and Learning”

    In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing world, it’s more important than ever to stay evergreen. But what does it mean to be evergreen? Simply put, it means to always be fresh and relevant, to continue growing and learning, to adapt and evolve with the times. One of the keys to staying evergreen is to have a growth mind-set. This means approaching life and work with a willingness to learn and improve, to embrace challenges and not be afraid of failure. It means being open to new ideas and perspectives, and being willing to change and adapt. Another key to staying evergreen is to continuously educate oneself. This can be done through formal education, such as taking classes or earning a degree, but it can also be done through informal means, such as reading books, attending workshops and conferences, or simply staying informed about the latest industry trends and technologies. In addition to educating oneself, it’s also important to stay active and engaged in one’s field. This can include networking with others in the industry, participating in professional organizations, and staying up-to-date on the latest developments and innovations. Ultimately, staying evergreen is about being proactive, not reactive. It’s about taking ownership of one’s own growth and development, and making the effort to stay fresh and relevant in an ever-changing world. By embracing a growth mind-set, continuously educating oneself, and staying active and engaged in one’s field, one can ensure that they stay evergreen, and are well-positioned for success in the long term.

  • “A Retrospective Journey”

    “The river of time flows on and the water of life flows with it, but eternity remains forever still and unchanging.”

    River of Memories to Eternity
  • Healing with Nature

    In this fast life we tend to forget to heal ourselves. Take a pause to reinvigorate ones soul and mind. Mother nature can really help one to calm down and provide ones with inner peace. Take deep breaths and let nature heal you inside-out. Vibrant colors of flowers, creatures, leaves and soil will surely bound one to eternal tranquility.

    Let nature heal you.
  • Letting Go….For it to Thrive

    Change is the law of nature. Whether you like it or not, things around you keep changing at its pace. Though, change symbolizes growth and urge to become better and better. Still my mind always becomes reluctant to accept change. Even though I know success comes at a cost of being away from home and adapting to a new environment. Accepting that thing will no longer be the same and close to you, becomes hard. Amidst all the chaos in mind I try my best to make myself understand, that everything happens for good and in the end I will be proud of myself. Choosing to let it go and still love it, while wishing it will thrive to its fullest potential is best you can do. It’s ok to be sad about letting go off things. But try always to look on the bright side and cheer up and embrace the change.

    Embracing change is a way to grow in life.

  • Just Your Presence is Enough

    Nowadays people are living a tedious and stressful life. Always trying to figure a way out of complex situations in life. Either they come out of it or stuck in there for a very long period. Being stuck in that situation make them feel helpless and lonely, which further push them in dark abyss of depression and abhorrence toward the whole world. Hope and optimism leaves a person down the dark alley, ruled by negativity. In this state of mind you can’t think properly what’s right or wrong decision.

    To be a beacon of hope and positivity is the best you can be for those in dark abyss. You don’t have be a person with super powers, just your presence is enough to hold them on to life. You being there makes them less lonely. Talking out problems helps them release pent up emotions. Emptying up ones mind need someone to listen and console them. Your presence at the right time can save a person’s life from being trampled by temporary problems of life.    

    Rating: 4 out of 5.

  • Countryside

    Living in metropolitan city is like ‘run in every moment’. Traveling a lot for work drain’s out energy and leaves one exhausted. This pattern goes in loops over and over again. No respite from work and monotonous routine decreases ones efficacy. The playful and ebullient you gets eclipsed and entangled in a web of office work. So ya, it’s break time. Break from the hustle & bustle of the city. It is essential to recharge and boost oneself. Whether you like cycling, camping, painting or all of them, traveling to countryside is a great way to forget all the clamor and feel the silence. Well, walking into woods alone with tranquil surroundings make it perfect escape from hustle-bustle of city. In the silence of woods and beautifully peaceful streets, one finds healing of soul and mind. Hiking up the tiresome mountains treats you with picturesque view of clear open sky and cool breeze. While strolling along the boulevard reminds of childhood days. A sojourn in countryside connects inner you to the abundant nature.

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  • Monkey mind

    Hello, readers. This is my maiden blog and I am very exited while writing this. My brain likes to juggle whole time. So today I am sharing one of latest incidences occured to me. Have you observed how our mind keep switching subjects of interest, while we trying to stay focus on one thing. Yesterday I was sitting in room staring blank at my laptop screen. My mind like monkey started doing acrobats with my notions. Weird concepts started forming and dissolving.

    My concepts of life, philosophy, and art begin to loose their shape and hue. Suddenly a gust of questions stared blowing in my head and made me ponder over their validity. I was thinking that our perception paints our reality. Right! But what if we stop perceiving outer world through filters that we have gathered over the years? If we remove all those filters then how would the world look like? How would people behave when no prejudices is working in their heads? Well I pictured that utopia and smiled. Sometimes it feels good trying think beyond our experience.

  • A Brief Encounter

    Moment of joy.

    Enjoying the process of growth is essential as one aspires to achieve great things in life. Each moment is challenging or in favour of us. To make the best out of each day, enjoy every moment in life. Keep smiling…☺️

  • Attachment: Reluctance To move Forward

    A lot of people are enslaved to stagnation in their life. Though, they really want to move forward and take a new role or decision in life, but something stops them and tries to drag-down & keep them where they are right now. A reluctance appears and diffuses the whole confidence to step forward, into thin air. And one finds oneself standing at the same spot. This feeling of approaching an unknown intensifies reluctance to step out of the comfort zone. Then regret follows the decision taken while losing opportunity to grow and thrive. This feeling of attachment to a comfy life and bed of roses, leave one with a stagnant life. Let your mind be stronger than your emotions.

    Dare to Dream…

  • Art : A tool for inner self

    Turn Inward

    We always try finding different ways to express our thoughts, imagination, feelings and of course, moods. I find art one of the best tools to express mine. Though I am not an expert, I use art to let my notions flow on to canvas either digitally or on paper. I sit with my phone along with a cup of joe and sketch out my ideas, simultaneously even clearing my head. Mostly I use morning and evening time to delineate my state of mind. Everything does not come at once, first I run through my head then make rough sketch of what dominantly going in my head at that instant. After that solid lines and vivid colors helps me create well rendered portrait. This helps me relieve my concerns and distress. I find this therapeutic and helpful to keep my inner self calm and poise.

    Some of my art work

Let us not let filters change the beauty of existence.

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