Monday washing lines

“You don’t realize how many cloths you have until you wash them” Unknown

Did you ever count how many clothes you have?

If so how many right now?

I am sure you would have never counted your clothes.

Accept it, my friend.

Now take my advice unasked

Life is short make every outfit count.

Do you keep clothes that you don’t wear?

Did anytime occur to you to declutter your wardrobe?

What is the reason you are holding on to those clothes, which you have used very rarely?

I can understand if you love that particular cloth for sentimental reason, otherwise?

Statistics say that people don’t wear 50% of their wardrobes.

Have you ever thought of donating your excess clothes or used ones?

And some people can’t afford clothes!

Are you aware of ‘Clothing Poverty’?

And It is said the corona pandemic has worsened clothing poverty in the world.

People finding extremely difficult to have decent clothing.

We all should take a stand against ‘clothing poverty’ by donating our unwanted clothes or the clothes we own but never wear.


Thank you.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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This post is part of Andrew Petcher’s- Monday washing lines photo challenge

Monday Window

“There are curtains in the windows of our eyes! Either we open these curtains and see the world or keep the curtains closed and see only the curtains!” Mehmet Murat ildan

Can you  imagine your house or your office for that matter any building without windows?

Windows form an important component of any building.

Windows help in bringing the natural light indoors.

They help the buildings, houses cross-ventilated.

People inside can watch the neighborhood or enjoy nature by keeping the windows open.

The design of windows can be a visual treat.

Older people need windows with a view so that they can spend hours watching the street below.

And windows create unexplainable comfort.

In emergencies, it can act as an escape route.

I love to have clarification on this 

To stay cool, what do you do?

Leave house windows closed or open?

Any scientific reason?

Can a building be without windows?

My dear friend, what are you trying to say or achieve?

I know you mean to say there are homes with permanently closed windows, though many reside.

Maybe somebody has a dust allergy or maybe for some other reason. I can’t guess.


“If eyes are the windows to our souls, then the windows are the eyes into the soul of the house”  Rose Tarlow


Thank you.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

Image by © PTP-2021 All Rights Reserved

This post is part of Ragtag Daily Prompt- WINDOW and also forms part of Ludwig’s- MONDAY WINDOW



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