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Category Archives: Existentialism
Raining, cold, and dark. Autumn leaves. Silence. They all are not lies. They just made me realize what truly matters in life. And it goes deep.
It is achingly beautiful when the golden shaft of sunlight hits the leaves and make them glow that I just stand in silence. And yet it is fleeting and sad.
Only silence, stillness, and deeper truth.
The silence and stillness of an empty coffee cup resting on a snowy ground. In due time, it will be gone. Forever.
They wait in silence and at the mercy of the wind. The story is there. And their disappearance, sooner or later, will be an interesting part of the story. There is no ending.
A bitter cold night…a long stretch of lonely road…no stars above, no squirrels, no raccoons, no humans…I walk quietly in the company of a sub-zero wind, first with bare mind, then with an economy of thoughts…I am intimate with the … Continue reading
There is beauty in the quiet moment of an early morning…and in the silence of my trailing thoughts, I simply wait for a birdsong that will define the harmony of living authentically no matter what the accompaniment life will orchestrate…there … Continue reading