Last on the card

Stree-status

Street Sadness

If you notice in the above image, there are 4 pushcarts and 2 motorcycles and 1 closed blue coloured pavement shop.

Of the 4 pushcarts, 2 are empty and 2 are with merchandise, one with clothes and the other with a variety of fruits.

One of the motorcycles was also stuffed with clothes to be sold.

There is just one person sitting on the stone slabs, probably a new pavement is likely to be laid in the future.

If you have a closer look at the gentleman, he seems to be lost.

There are no buyers for these products.

The street looks empty.

Looks like ‘old times’ are not likely to return in the future…courtesy Corona, and now probably war clouds.

The overall picture gives us a gloomy feeling.

“Sometimes a gloomy street is all a sad person needs! A magical relief may arise from the meeting of the two sad things!” Mehmet Murat ildan

What else one can do?

Nothing.

Just run from the reality or bear the reality and move on.

Luckily, In either situation, you are not standstill.

One thing you can do at least.

Just pray.

“Lead me through the darkness / And through each gloomy day. / Take my hand, oh, precious Lord / And help me on my way” Griff

Any worthy message?

“You cannot protect yourself from sadness without protecting yourself from happiness”
Jonathan Safran Foer

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philo

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This post is part of Brian’s Last on the card photo challenge

4 thoughts on “Last on the card

  1. The man does look despondent. There is so much going on. I kept looking from your description to the photo and kept seeing more. Great Last Photo Philo. Thanks for joining in 🙂 🙂

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