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Brick

“I like talking to a brick wall- it’s the only thing in the world that never contradicts me!” Oscar Wilde

Types of men

“Three men were laying brick. The first was asked: ” What are you doing? He answered: ” Laying some brick.” The second man was asked: ” What are you working for? ” He answered: ” Five dollars a day.” The third man was asked: ” What are you doing? He answered: ” I am helping to build a great cathedral.” Which man are you?” Charles R Schwab

Can men be trusted?

“Men say they love independence in a woman, but they don’t waste a second demolishing it brick by brick”  Candice Bergen

 

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Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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This post is part of Fandango’s One Word Challenge (FOWC)- BRICK

 

Colourless

Everybody wants their life to be colourful

This mainly includes their love life.

But in reality (Time immemorial) are not people deceiving themselves by this thought?

Can ‘Love’ be colourful when the majority is busy cheating each other?

Looks like ‘Love’ can’t be colourful

It seems so if you read the following quote.

“Love is ageless and colourless. It is a spiritual force that binds two hearts and two souls together as one.”
Ellen J. Barrier

Forget about colourless love.

Can two hearts & two souls become one?

Don’t take this literally but can such things be possible?

Maybe a pleasant way of cheating one another in a poetical style!

Is not these poetical statements far from the truth in day to day life?

No doubt poetry gives immense encouragement for all good things and one is energized.

What about poetical justice in matters of Love, especially when cheating is rampant?

My friend, feel free to share your thoughts.

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Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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This post is part of Brashley’s Midweek Monochrome Photo Challenge

I am unique, I am special. I am me

Most of the time we are all busy in one way or another.

We never find time to appreciate Nature, which ironically is free.

We spend our fortunes for unnecessary things.

We ae consumed by consumerism.

We are all being attracted by pleasures of different types but not by the beauty of Nature, how strange it is!

Do you spare some time for Mother Nature?

“The more time you spend with Nature, the deeper your understanding of life will be” Nitin Namdeo

Initially, I was very busy in my profession and unable to spend enough time with Nature.

I lost so many opportunities and I lost all those beautiful moments in spending time with Nature.

By the time one realises one is too old!

And if one deeply starts thinking one can realise the power of Nature.

What is the power of Mother nature? (In this case about flowers)

“I am the lover’s gift; I am the wedding wreath; I am the memory of a moment of happiness; I am the last gift of the living to the dead; I am a part of the joy and a part of sorrow.” Gibran Kahlil Gibran

Sadly, the majority of us don’t even look at these beautiful flowers, other than during the occasion of some ceremony or celebrations.

Are you finding enough time to spend with Mother Nature my friend?

Thank you.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s Flower of the day– Photo challenge

Field

“It’s better to be a lion for a day than a sheep all your life” Elizabeth Kenny

Have you ever walked inside a field?

“No walk is lovelier than the walk you make inside a field!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

While taking this photo, I struggled hard to get a shot of the head of at least one nearby sheep, but then sheep is sheep!

These creatures of God were busy enjoying their meal and their heads were hidden due to well-grown grass.

Are humans anyway different from Sheep?

How true the following quote!

“We’re a nation of sheep. If you go out and look up at the sky, people around you will start looking up at the sky” Alan Abel

You must have come across similar situations.

What about ‘Herd Behaviour’ of humans?

Herd behaviour is seen in the animals. Here animals try to escape the danger.

Sadly humans are copying the same but in a different but destructive way.

True. Humans do exhibit herd behaviour.

It’s seen in large scale demonstrations, strikes, religious gatherings and recently we noticed in football tournaments.

When a situation is ripe for herd behaviour, people lose their ability of judgment and starts vandalising things along with the rest of the group. 

It’s interesting to note that the herd doesn’t need a leader.

Someone jokingly said our herd mentality is well known on Instagram since many ‘follow’ like sheep blindly.

Because humans are herd animals, easily fall prey to consumerism.

Any lessons?

“When you follow the herd… you are bound to step in shit. Define your own life. Follow your own path”  Unknown

Thank you.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s CBWC – Fields & Landscapes photo challenge

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