The finality of things. Today is the last of Daily Prompt. Ouch!
My All-Time Favorites would be the heavenly signs that appear when I am not in a good state of knowingness.
Coincidentally, today’s prompt has been a recurring conversation at my place the past couple of weeks.
At times, we lose sight of ourselves or our senses, and Universe throws in an alternative reality as a juxtaposition to remind us of who we really are, or what we really want.
Of the (not many) years I spent there, I only attended one prayer ceremony once.
Whee~ Urban waterfall outside my office! Nevermind that I’m drenched in my nice work dress.
These stylish exhibits are our “raffle tickets” for gift exchange.
Doubles from different perspectives.
He leaned against the window, pondering the full moon. His fingers inadvertently twirling the silk tassels of the Oriental lantern – another new decor from his travels.
Us siblings are pretty close-knit, yet it is virtually impossible to capture three of us in a single photo.
I discovered a very archaic notion today: that the best travel adventures are far far far away.
Do you know that we can hold guilt in us unconsciously (or subconsciously), even though sometimes it is by no fault of ours?
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I broke out into laughter the first time I saw these twisted cauliflowers.
On the assumption that life keeps up this momentum, this shall be the view from my office before the end of 2018 ❤
Arrow says Left.
Memory says Home is Right.
Heart says Pause; Straight Ahead is Fine.
Awkward is the moment when you open up your Photo Library, and it shows endless photos of South America which you have never stepped in before.
Where you are looking from, all the way to where the guard stands, is the thickness of that ancient Xi’an city wall.
I have been following the entries for many of Cee’s Challenges, and finally mustered my courage to participate instead of merely watching from the sidelines!
Originally posted on Oh, border!:
Today is not a busy intense day. Neither was it a smooth day. It was like a tipper truck dropped little gravels all my path, and I was tripping over them one after another. How annoying was that! Needed to find something more interesting to make up for this lack…
Life is fairly simple to deal with at its two-dimension, or three-dimension. Throw in the fourth and the fifth dimension and it gets into a whole new level of complication.
Here’s to infecting this chaotic world with a frozen moment of zenness. Pause. Reflect. Enjoy the clarity. Peace, you are finally here. ❤
I have very lucid dreams of being in my natural habitat of an infinite waterbody all the time, almost like an escape from the land-locked world.
The animal farm I lived in:
Here are some of my fellow compatriots, some lived more equal than others.