Category: Philosophy through photography

Pull up a seat

“Comfort rules. You want to be able to sit in a good chair comfortably for a few hours and be able to talk and enjoy a glass of wine. There’s nothing worse than sitting in an uncomfortable chair”. Amanda Pays

I had many smiles when I noticed a swimming pool lounger placed at an angle probably to be used as a beach relaxing seat.

I am sure whoever tries to sit on this chair must be a gymnast expert!

Food for thought

Do you know your chair might be killing you?

Don’t believe it?

“I’ve got too many of my friends that retired and went home and got on a rocking chair, and about a year and a half later, I’m always going to the cemetery”  Red Adair

Probably sitting for long hours on the chair may be something to do with heart attacks since not much of activity is undertaken.

This post is part of Xingfu Mama’s PULL UP A SEAT # 10 photo challenge

Xingfu Mama wants us to take photos of  PLACES WE SIT…OR MIGHT SIT…OR ART, ABOUT SITTING.

It’s interesting for me because I never felt the need to take photos of seats unless it’s ornamental.

Thank you Xingfu Mama for the inspiration.

Thank you.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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When I am with you time stands still…really?

How much intensity of love is required to make one realise that love given, indeed is true love?

My dear friend, first of all, there is no such thing called ‘true love’.

Even if it is there… people expect you to give ‘unconditional love’ because they are selfish.

Later they may say that the love that is given is not sufficient and they advise you to show love with greater intensity, and in extreme cases, you may be asked to prove.

Is there any measure for expressing ‘true love’? 

I am at loss as to what constitutes ‘True Love’!!

Food for thought

Does ‘true love’ differ from person to person?

Is it the same for all?

Any units or standard?

At what stage you say  ‘true love’ has reached its peak and no more love left to be given.

Or you think ‘true love’ is unlimited.

Take home message

“True love is like little roses, sweet, fragrant in small doses.”   Ana Claudia Antunes

Please share your thoughts.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s FOTD photo challenge

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