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Alphabet- Must have O in the middle of the word

BuffalOes – The Indian Speed breakers

Watch out for a speed breaker!

We, Indians are used to the stray cattle on the city roads or National highways.

Herds of stray cows and buffaloes roam freely on the roads causing hindrance to the traffic.

Still, we love them because they control the irresponsible and erratic/rash drivers on the road. But how?

Fortunately, these animals act as a speed breaker on the national highways, cautioning the vehicle driver that he or she is not a Formula Racing driver.

There are disadvantages to allowing these to strays on the roads. This is injurious to both animals and the people if any accident were to happen.

“What is the speed breaker (speed bump) on the road for? It is for your safety. Therefore, these difficulties that come on your path are for your benefit. If these obstructions are not there, people will speed through without stopping and cause an accident. These obstructions are there to keep one within normality.”  Dada Bhagwan

What about our life’s Speed breakers?

“Life has speed breakers in the form of depression, loneliness or anything related to mental illness. Don’t consider these breakers as the end, instead break them with your conscious improvement and drive towards your goal” Rubendhrah

HallOween

“Nothing on earth is so beautiful as the final haul on Halloween night” Steve Almond

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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s CMMC- Alphabet-must have O in the middle of the word.

Midweek Monochrome

Elegance

“Elegance is not being noticed, it’s about being remembered” Giorgio Armani

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This photo is part of Brashley’s MIDWEEK MONOCHROME photo challenge

Thursday Trios

Indo Saracenic Architecture

Indo Saracenic architecture was used by the British and also by the kingdoms under British rule in India, in the 19th century.

Here the architect is a mixture of Islamic And European designs. A few examples include a combination of Hindu temple architecture.

“Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness” Frank Gehry       

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This is part of Carol’s Mama Cormier Blog- THURSDAY TRIOS photo challenge

Crow

“The crow does not hide its prey, but calls for others to share it; So wealth will be with those of a like disposition.” Thiruvalluvar

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This post is part of Ragtag Daily Prompt- CROW

CMMC- Pick a topic from my photo

This post is part of Cee Neuner’ CMMC- Pick a topic from my photo challenge.

She provided us the following photo.

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As per her, Possible topics: roof, clouds, vents, ladder, lines, shapes, home made, wood, little buildings, cupola, tree, yellow, gray, white etc. What else can you come up with?

Tree

“God has cared for these trees, saved them from drought, disease, avalanches, and a thousand tempests and floods. But he cannot save them from fools” John Muir

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Golden Magic

“Invest the first hour of the day, the ‘golden hour,’ in yourself” Brian Tracy

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This post is part of Jude’s Life in colour-GOLD photo challenge

LAPC # 166- Artificial Light

“Life’s true face is the skull” Nikos Kazantzakis

“Light always follows the path of the beautiful” Unknown

Well said.

What is our true beauty?

Our inherent beauty is covered by skin and flesh, once you remove them you get the original beauty.

The original beauty in the form of the skeleton is similar both for men and women.

That’s our actual beauty, appearance-wise.

Do we love it?

Ironically we hate to even have a glance.

We fear them (skelephobia).

Many say human skulls are ugly and scary.

My guess is people are scared because the very thought of a skull reminds one, of death.

But certain people who study medicine, forensic specialists and police personnel are used the skulls.

I understand that those who practice ‘black magic’ or witchcraft’ use humans and animal skulls.

What is the real definition of beauty? (when we are alive)

Strangely all of us come with different definitions.

Depends on individual mindset.

People see beauty in appearance, dress, jewellery, hairstyle, perfect body…and the list is long.

“People who look for only external beauty have not yet learnt the true meaning of beauty. True beauty is not in how people look. It is in how people love, care, and share”
Avijeet Das

My definition of beauty is being ‘happy’ irrespective of the events in one’s life.

Divine Light

“Everything happens in divine order. The good, the bad, the unexpected & the unfortunate. No matter what is in front of you, it’s part of your path. Follow, trust, believe, forgive, be grateful and keep pushing!!” Unknown

Images of God are an essential part of Hindu religious festivals.

Large images of Deity, studded with a series of lights glowing with different bright colours are common and shine brightly during the nighttime.

How are these Images with colourful lights made?

The picture of the Deity is sketched out in chalk on the ground, and bamboo is cut to form the frame accordingly. Now serial lights are placed along the outline of the picture and in the majority of the cases, electricians and artists join together to give a Divine appearance.

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This post is part of Ann Christine’s LAPC #166- Artificial Light Photo Challenge

Greatest Love of all

“One of the greatest titles in the world is parent, and one of the biggest blessings in the world is to have parents to call mom and dad” Jim DeMint

One of the greatest loves in this world is that of a parent for the child.

This kind of love one experiences as a parent especially when the child is less than 5 years, can’t be described.

I feel this is the greatest love of all and can’t be compared to other types of Love.

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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s CFFC-Greatest Love of all photo challenge

Closed

 My mind is closed because it’s brilliant

The image above tells us this portion of the building is locked.

In other words, either the portion is unused or simply others are not allowed or a sort of warning⚠ not to trespass.

The reasons may be many.

What about us, I mean our mentalities?

How much broadmindedness do we all share or we all possess?

My friend all of us possess an unknown entity in our mind called ‘EGO’.

All of us are rich in ‘Ego Mind’

But still, we deny the existence of the same.

Sigmund Freud talks of ID, ego and superego.

Most of the time we keep our mind narrow or closed…unknowingly.

Let us first accept this fact.

What is the hardest thing in our life?

“The hardest thing is to open a closed mind”  Ahmad Kathrada

Open mind vs Closed mind

‘An open-minded person see life without boundaries, whereas a closed-mind person can only see what’s beyond their eyes” Kaoru Shinmon

what are your thoughts on this?

“We live in a society, where the free-thinking and open-minded people are called ‘crazy’ and the ignorant, ‘closed mind’ people are called normal”  Unknown

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This post is part of Debbie Smyth’s One Word Sunday- CLOSED photo challenge.

Water water everywhere

Rain drops

Can we count the number of raindrops?

I know we can’t, but for every rule there is an exception.

In our situation…it’s being a fool.

Fools are unique.

They are capable of anything!

“Arguing with a fool is the easiest way to become one” Unknown

More so when you are boating in the lake or on the vast sea, I don’t think you should worry about counting the raindrops.

Instead of busy counting and becoming a fool, better you start to enjoy the sound, the smell and the beauty of the scenery which is given to you freely by Mother Nature.

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This post is part of Jez’s Water water everywhere photo challenge

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