Author Archives: Indira
‘ I see discipline and increased respect for nature. I also see thrift, economic struggles, Back to Basics existence in the oncoming recession. I’m transported to the future several times in a day, but the view is not always bright.’ Reena.
The future beckons, however attractive or difficult it seems at this point of time.
Yes, we will be free – to drive around, work, meet people, shop, eat out.
But the awareness of shackled feet intimidates. The psyche will surely carry imprints from this phase. Uncertainty will loom large, as newer methods of violence and control emerge. It does not take weaponry to wage a war, but it takes a whole world to fight against it and survive.
There is so much in life that cannot be taken for granted. Loved ones found to be infected are taken away. If they survive, we are grateful. If not, we are informed about the death and bodies disposed by the administration. There is no chance to see a loved one that last time, or hold a child’s hand on her last journey.
I see discipline and increased respect for nature. I also…
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Calling to explore
” Somewhere along with the road between “beginning” and “ending” there is a perfect moment for every living soul. There may possibly be more than one. But for the most part, we are too busy, too young, too adult, too sophisticated, too this or too that to recognize it—and so the moment may be lost.”
Read the full story here friends and share your perfect moment with me, please.
Simplicity is minding your own business but helping whenever required. Following the rules and staying indoors and not monkeying around.
Doing your work gives you enough exercise. No need to go for a walk outdoors for the time being.
Simplicity is, just being simple.
Mysterious metal box
Hidden in the dell
Surrounded by the shrubs
Greed to find a treasure coax
But what if someone played a hoax