Circle of Clouds
If you notice the above photograph, you get a feeling that the dark clouds are almost going to form a circle.
And how long you think the circle is going to last?
You know the answer, my friend.
It’s a question of time soon the circle disappears, clouds get dispersed and when the time is ripe again cloud formation happens if not now after a few months, or a year. But it is going to happen at some time and at someplace and the process is repeated whether one likes it or not!
Are you aware of the Fallstreak hole?
It’s a punch hole in the cloud formation.
Anything is possible if only Almighty wishes!
You can check the link- Fallstreak hole and go through those beautiful, unbelievable photos.
Is this anything to do with the Circle of life?
Don’t get confused with the ‘cycle of life.
The circle of life is a philosophical concept.
The circle of life is nothing but the ‘moment’ you realize that the beginning and the end is the same.
This is best explained by the Lion King in the epic movie made by Walt Disney
“When we die, our bodies become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass. And so, we are all connected in the great Circle of Life…” Mufasa
Deodatta V.Shenai-Khatkhate, a scientist & inventor from the USA says
“I like this brief and highly insightful advice by Dr Seuss, about anything that happens in life:’Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened’ Things change. Seasons change. Fashions change. People change. Everything passes. Familiar doors close and new doors open. Opportunity knocks and the CIRCLE OF LIFE goes on. Life moves on. Thus the beauty and the essence of Life can be summarized. IMHO, in just two words ‘Life continues!’ So don’t worry. be happy, and be in sync with the ebbs and flows of life. Make it a good one!”
The circle of life is a symbolic representation of birth, growth, survival and death.
Nature’s way of taking and giving back life to earth. Maybe a kind of balance.
“Life is a circle. The end of one journey is the beginning of the next”. Joseph M.Marshall III
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This post is part of Hammad Rais’s Weekend Sky photo Challenge