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Journey of Life

“In the midst of disappointment, it’s easy for us to punctuate our pain with exclamation points. God, however, is very fond of commas, and our lives are continually unfolding in him, with all the unexpected twists and turns. Courage, dear one. The Lord is with you. May he strengthen you with hope for the next leg of the journey.” Sharon Garlough Brown

Is life journey a struggle?

“If you regard life as a struggle,it will become one and you have little joy.

Think of life as a journey,in which difficulties are the hills to climb,the hills are there for a reason and the sense of satisfaction after climbing the hill is almost always worth the effort”

Richard E Turner

And our responsibility?

“During our life journey, we are not here to see through each other; we are here to see each other through.”
Chaitanya Charan Das

Be the Life

“There is life in walking, but death in running – there is life in communication, but death in talking – there is life in awareness, but death in judgement – so, be the life my friend, without the judgement, without the talking, without the running – simply be the life, full with sparkling communications, revelatory awareness and heart-warming walks.”  Abhijit Naskar

Thank you.


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What is the difference between humans & Birds?

“Birds have to wings so they fly all together. Humans have two hands, so they clap when another one is in trouble” Jubel Ahmed

“It is entirely possible that you get unpredictable behavior out of predictable rules.” Frank Heppner

Dear Friends, you must be aware of the term Murmuration.

Most of us would have seen murmuration happening in the sky/sea at one time or another.or you might have come across in Geographical Channel

Murmuration is noticed with birds and fishes.

“A flock of birds or fish moving in synchrony in a mesmerizing, pulsating, way pattern putatively to confuse the predators” 

Murmuration is done by many species of birds, but the term murmuration is specially used for Starling Flocks.

Hundreds or even thousands of birds/fishes ( Of course birds of the same feather ) flying together in a whirling and ever-changing pattern is a visual treat

Birds/fishes turn and twist and change direction at a moment’s notice. How these hundreds and thousands do these types of maneuvers.

These are highly complicated movements with such precise coordination that too during the flight with amazing speed! 

This is a puzzle and my guess is scientists yet to come out with an explanation.

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Ixora Coccinea

This flower has a strange name in layman’s’ langugage,it’s ‘PASSIONATE LOVE’

Look like Rose Flower has a competitor at last!

How strong is the passionate love in humans?

My love for you is deathless, it seems to bind me to you with mighty cables that nothing but Omnipotence could break…     Sullivan Ballou

Another variation 

I cannot imagine a life in your absence. You are like the breath of air that I need to live, the drop of water in a thirsty desert. I need you like a bird needs the skies to go higher.     Constantine Jake

This one takes the cake.

“I don’t want to live. I want to love first, and live incidentally”  Zelda Fitzgerald

Glad that in Passionate Love, Hell can be converted to Heaven!

This flower also known by other names such as Jungle Geranium,flame of the woods or jungle flame and Shiva’s flame.

Funnily called Burning Flame and passionate flower.

A common flowering shrub native of South India.

Healing power-Heals the wounds, Body pain, Hemorrhoids, in the treatment of Dysentery , Cramps in the calves, and Maintains the health of the uterus

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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s FOTD

Western Jackdaw

Also known by the name European Jackdaw,belongs to Crow Family and are the smallest members of the crow family.

Found in North West Africa & Europe.

An ancient Greek and Roman adage runs “The swans will sing when the jackdaws are silent”, meaning that educated or wise people will speak only after the foolish have become quiet-source Wikipedia

No idea about this,because crows are said to be intelligent.

How do you identify Jackdaw from regular Crows?

It’s identified by its light gray nape and white iris,standing out from the black plumage.

They love people and eye contact.

Folklore talks of a new arrival if the bird is sitting on the roof,or it might also indicate death likely!

“Method is more important than strength, when you wish to control your enemies. By dropping golden beads near a snake, a crow once managed To have a passer-by kill the snake for the beads.Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Kinda B & W

As a photographer, do you prefer B&W or color photos or you experiment with both?I clicked this pigeon when it was resting on the rooftop.

I don’t know the category or the type of breed it belongs to, but I was impressed with its color. Most of its body is white and its wings I felt, mostly shades of black.

I don’t know if this particular pigeon’s color is a natural one or its a breed.

Is this a kind of Albino?

“When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in Black and white, you photograph their souls!”    Ted Grant

People’s behavior

“In the beginning, some people try to appear that everything about them is “in black and white,” until later their true colors come out.”
Anthony Liccione

Two kinds of people

“There are two kinds of people in the world—only two kinds. Not black or white, rich or poor, but those either dead in sin or dead to sin”  Leonard Ravenhill

Living your life

“It’s hard to live your life in color, and tell the truth in black and white.” Gregg Allman

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This post is part of Becky.B’s- Kindasqare photo challenge

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