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A view of Heaven from a seat in hell-Steven Callahan

I guess the purpose of these chairs put on top of each other and then kept precariously balancing on a balcony wall (2nd floor) is to make more space available inside the balcony.

Even if the chair were to fall, luckily it falls inside the balcony, not on the heads of people walking below.

The joy of sitting!!

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Pull up a seat

I am aghast to witness this kind of seating arrangement!

Looks like some crazy person doing a fine ‘balancing act’.

Who on the earth would have come with such an idiotic arrangement?

Are they not aware of the possibility of either breaking the back even a head injury?

On closer inspection, I noticed a single sports shoe kept in a box behind.

Again I am unable to explain these two co existing.

This image I took in a building where the pilgrims stay temporarily. I was proceeding to the terrace and noticed this.

Do you have any idea?

Nobody was giving a proper explanation when I tried to get the answer.

My possible guess is somebody trying to reach the wall above.

Why do people become crazy and play dangerous games and risk their lives?

Again I have no explanation.

Is this a sign of intelligence?

“Crazy people are considered mad by the rest of the society only because their intelligence is not understood” Whihui Zhou

Or are we dumb?

“The thing about the smart people is that they seem like crazy people to dumb people”ย  Stephen Hawking

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No one has become poor by giving-Anne Frank

“Sometimes the most productive thing you can do is relax!” Mark Black

My friend, what are your thoughts on cell phone Photography?

I must confess that most of the cell phone photos I take are substandard as compared to DSLR or Mirrorless cameras.

I have tried many cell phones cameras of a different make.

I am also aware of the technical limits of the cell phone camera.

Ironically high-end cell phones have become costlier than DSLR cameras!

The whole thing boils down to portability, ease of use and multifunctionality

The only advantage with the cell phone is, it’s handy and clicking the photos are much faster even before an outsider realises that a photo is taken.

It’s a boon during street photography since many won’t notice you.

A cell phone is perfectly OK as long as we don’t mind the quality of the image.

But satisfaction with the quality of the photos taken depends on the eyes of the person…beauty in the eyes of the beholder!

Cell phone manufacturers claim that their photos are superior to their competitors.

Coming to my image above

The above image is taken with my One Plus 6 cell phone.

As you can see in the above image, there is a sofa in need of an urgent repair, but kept on the pavement by some unknown.

Maybe it’s kept for transportation to the repair shop or maybe it is thrown out because it’s become junk.

Since it’s on the pavement I guess it’s discarded.

Most of the road users, when they see such things on the pavements, get disgusted or annoyed and curse the maintenance department of the agencies and also the people who threw the sofa irresponsibly.

What is the point I am trying to say?

The point I am stressing here is that nothing goes to waste in this world.

As long it’s there on the pavement, there are lesser fortune people who can have a nap and enjoy the rest of the day.

Any needy can pull up this sofa and have a siesta!

“When life’s problems overwhelming, look around and see what other people are coping with. You may consider yourself fortunate” Ann Landers

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Don’t complain.ย 

Either you get a suitable or workable solution to the problem or just shut up (instead of whining).

“I think some people enjoy complaining almost as much as they enjoy doing nothing about it” Unknown

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XingfuMama’s Pull Up A Seat photo challenge.

Pull up a seat

โ€œTo understand where you stand in own your life, you cannot remain seated โ€
ย Christine E. Szymanski

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Have a seat, Have a Craft Beer!

Life is brew-tiful!

The above pub was chosen editorially as one of the top 10 best craft beer pubs in London,2014

Have you ever tasted craft beer?

Do you like its smell?

Do you like its taste?

If so can you describe the taste?

I am sure it’s impossible to give a definite name to the taste.

Of course a few felt it tastes skunky.

How do you describe your experience after consuming craft beer?

โ€œThere is no such thing as a bad beer. Itโ€™s that some taste better than others.โ€ย  Bill Carter

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Lonely and broken…

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“There is a difference between being alone and being lonely Being alone is being away from others because you choose to. Being lonely is when there is no one there for you” Unknown

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Pull up a seat

You are welcome to this tiny island with a tree, a lovely lawn with just one comfortable chair.

You can bring your bottles.

Unfortunately, you alone can occupy this island.

If you bring anybody with you, they only can swim around watching you enjoy Nature!

Better not to invite anybody.

“You can’t be unhappy in the middle of a big, beautiful Riverโ€ Jim Harrison

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Welcome to the missing seat!

โ€œWhen we look at an empty chair and say ‘the chair is empty’, the ’emptiness’ gets angry because the chair is actually not empty, the ’emptiness’ is sitting there!โ€ Mehmet Murat ildan

It amazed me to see this chair

Is this a missing seat or an empty chair?

Why it’s kept?

What is the idea behind it?

Is somebody trying to make a fool of us?

Does somebody want to send us a message?

What type of message?

I am not sure.

In this type of situation, what one can do best?

“There is something much better than sitting on an empty chair and that is to watch it and to let it inspire you to think deeply!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Is emptiness important in our life?

Yes.

My friend, we require emptiness for us so that we can fill it up with what we wish to possess.

But western & eastern philosophies have opposite views

Yes, while the western world sees emptiness as negative (Depression/Nihilism) resulting in anxiety.

The eastern world thinks of it as a positive aspect of life.

According to Lao Tzu,

He gives examples of the Center hole in a Wheel, the Emptiness of a pot and the Empty space in a house.

Because there is an emptiness in these situations, things become valuable.

“We join spokes together in a wheel, but it is the centre hole that makes the wagon move. We shape clay into a pot, but it is the emptiness inside that holds whatever we want. We hammer wood for a house, but it is the inner space that makes it livable.”

Thank you.

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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s CBWCSEATING and also part of Xingfumama’s PULL UP A SEAT photo challenge

 

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