LAPC- Favourite Images of 2022

Together is a wonderful place to be 


Do you believe in the soulmate theory?

“I no longer believed in the idea of soul mates, or love at first sight.

But I was beginning to believe that very few times in your life if you were lucky, you might meet someone who was exactly right for you.

Not because he was perfect, or because you were, but because your combined flaws were arranged in a way that allowed two separate beings to hinge together”

Lisa Kleypas

A mom is the greatest teacher, cheapest therapist and bestest friend


“Life does not come with a manual. It comes with a mother” Unknown

A phone is your second wife


“Your cell phone has already replaced your camera, your calendar and your alarm clock.

Don’t let it replace your family”


Do you know a funny thing about today’s relationships?

Today’s Relationships: You can touch each other but not each other’s phones.

Don’t you agree?

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr. Philo

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This post is part of John.S’s LAPC # 231 Favourite images of 2022


21 thoughts on “LAPC- Favourite Images of 2022

  1. This was fun, funny and enlightening. I loved the quote about combined flaws.

    You brought a message with your photos of 2022. And the gallery you included was spot on. Smartphones are most likely too close to us. The photo was a great reminded.

    Loved this as I always love your insight.


  2. You’ve covered so many points with this post, Philo. And triggered so many thoughts …. it must be nice to have mothers that teach and can be a best friend. Sometimes though, that doesn’t happen and the void is felt


  3. Soulmates? Certainly not the new agey distortion of the concept. Even then, consider this: We’re all supposed to be a connected part of a greater whole, with a connection to the divine. YET, by this theory, there’s only one person in the entire universe that’s an ideal match for us?

    Doesn’t quite fit, does it?

    I’ve talked to some who have a darker take on soulmates also: That a soulmate’s goal is to push you through life’s lessons as fast as possible so you can be reunited. The ends always justify the means and there’s nothing too painful to inflict if it leads to a faster reunion.

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      1. It being one’s self isn’t too far out of the realm of possibility, particularly if one considers the Buddhist idea that all the world is only an illusion anyway, OR the similar idea that reality is all some VR simulation.

        If the world is all some single person test for each of us, it would make sense that it’s largely drawn from our subconscious. IF true, that leaves one question unanswered though: Are you the illusion, or am I? 😛


  4. It is interesting to see how different people view the concepts of soulmates, motherhood, and technology in relationships.

    The quote by Lisa Kleypas highlights the idea that a perfect relationship is not based on perfection but on the combination of imperfections. Similarly, the quote about mothers highlights the importance of their role in our lives and the quote about cellphones in relationships highlights the impact of technology on our personal relationships.

    I agree with the point that today’s relationships can be impacted by technology, and it’s important for people to be mindful of how technology is affecting their relationships and making sure it does not replace their family. The post raises some interesting points for readers to consider.

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    1. Well said my friends.
      You have explained these things in detail for an easy understanding otherwise a complicated subject.
      You also beautifully brought all three images I have posted under relationships category, which never came to my mind when I was preparing this post.
      Thank you so much.

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