Thursday, June 3, 2021

Pavements and Thoughts: #WordlessWednesday #WednesdayWisdom

Autumn leaves, empty road but scattered with the withered leaves. I can see the crossroad, road diverging into two. I know that there's positivity even when there is darkness. New Road awaits for me.
Drifting away like an Autumn Song.. 
It's a Long Road away from Home.

Mind knows well, but Heart still longs..
It's a Long Road away from Home. 



#wordlesswednesday #wednesdaywisdom #lyricalpoetry

 






Here’s how you can join:

  1. #wordlesswednesday is an alternate week Linky blog event and will go live on Tuesday evening of the month.
  2. Post pictures on your blog from life’s lessons, humour or wanderlust moments, they can be simple random shots that amazed you or inspired you. 
  3. Post it with minimum words possible or short note. 
  4. Add the linky widget below where you can drop in your links. The linky will remain open so join in. 
  5. Link up multiple posts if you wish
  6. Add the badge to your post and don’t forget to add a backlink to my post and tag me, writing how you got inspired by it. 
  7. It's an opportunity to connect with fellow boggers/creators from across the continents. So let's do it together every week. 

Get ready! 

The next edition goes live on Tuesday, 10th June, evening. (Check your time zones. Feel comfortable to post accordingly) 

Have a wonderful day with #wordlesswednesday and  #wednesdaywisdom! Keep writing, sharing, connecting and getting discovered.

Linky link  - click here! 


Note - Don't forget to check Suzana's Natasha's Zinaida's posts as well. Very inspiring! 

29 comments:

  1. Beautiful pic! Yes, it seems we need to tread a long road to reach the safety of our homes. These crazy times. Thank you for visiting my blog and posting the lovely comment.

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    1. Sense of chaos and sense of loss has left us all wondering how far away we've come. Yes, it will be difficult, if not impossible, for us to reach where we started, because going back will never be the same. Just hoping everyone to be safe along with their families. Sending you some good vibes. Stay safe and stay healthy.

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  2. Perfect words for the photo. BEAUTIFUL!

    Happy Thursday, Bhavana.

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    1. Thank you Veronica, for your words. You are welcome and do visit here, more often. PS - I know it's a bit early but lemme wish you a happy weekend. Hope you spend good time with your family and loved ones. Cheers.

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  3. Sometimes we are like leaves in autumn: we go where the wind takes us. 😊

    Have a nice day!

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    1. Dear Diana, thanks for sharing your perspective. I agree sometimes it's better to go with the flow or accept the fragility or momentary existence of things around us. Like autumn leaves, the pain and worries are also shortlived. They might affect us but we can always overcome these shortcomings in our lives.

      Also, thanks for your visit here and for your support. Have a lovely day and the coming weekend.

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  4. Well said. Times are so different now.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥

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    1. Hey Sandee! Thank you so much and I am loving the blog hop and connecting with you all. Thanks for all the positive vibes. Much love and I wish you too have a lovely weekend.

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  5. Nice Wordless Wednesday shot!

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    1. Thank you so much, Dear Martha. Have a lovely weekend.

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  6. We better not think about autumn yet. Spring is not over either. Or ... am I wrong? How are your seasons?
    Why do you say you post on Wednesday without words every two weeks? It's Wednesday every week! ☺

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    1. Greetings Zinaida,

      We have spring, summer, monsoon - as a part of summer, like it's called summer-monsoon (arrival of monsoon in India is quite dramatic) then autumn and winter. Also the intensity of each season varies in India. Northern part has extreme summer and winters. (Right now it's summer and it will get worse in next two months) Southern part has favourable climate throughout.

      How is the weather there? How do you adjust with it?

      Posting.. I think I revisited the plan, so we can do it every week, that would be great. Also let me know or tag me in other blog events as well. I would love to join in. You all are the best in moderating it successfully.

      I think each day is brilliant. I just need to figure out hasgtags for the blog here. In Instagram hash tags are quite common,I wish to know how things go on blogger.

      Also, thank you so much for your visit here, I am overwhelmed with the responses and your thoughts. Much love and have a great week ahead.

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  7. I like the title and the colors of the image!
    And I'm glad I found your blog on the path of this game!
    Happy Today with the wishes of a beautiful Summer!

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    1. Dear Suzana, thank you for your valuable response. I'm glad too for getting to know you and connecting with you all. I hope, you'll enjoy visiting here. Wish you a lovely weekend and stay safe.

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  8. Creative and lovely street photo and sweet poem ~

    Living moment by moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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    1. Thank you dear Carol, for stopping by and adding beautiful comment. Just visited your blog and specially glad to see your Yorkie. Keep visiting here often and keep supporting. Have a lovely weekend with your family.

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    1. Thank you for taking time and visiting here. Have a lovely weekend.

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  10. The image and the words capture the angst of this moment in time well.

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    1. Thank you so much Kris. These times are very unusual, showing us the real difference between living our life at the fullest and barely surviving. Hope, things get better slowly. Thanks for visiting here as well and wish you a great weekend.

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  11. This is an awesome shot! Fallen leaves make me sad knowing winter isn't far away.

    Thanks for sharing your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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    1. Thank you so much Betty for visiting me today and sharing your thoughts.

      I too, at one time, felt like you for seeing things withering away.. fallen leaves slowly getting crumbled under our feet while the tree stood in a lonely state. But sooner, I learnt to find hope in despair, seeing fresh leaflets on the same tree after some days and the loneliness of tree getting distracted by occasional chirps of thrushes and barblers. Isn't this beautiful.. the celebration of hopefulness and possibilities.

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  12. I love autumn songs. Happy Sunday to you.

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    1. Yessss.. Autumn songs turn into heart wrecking ballads. You sing, you cry, you learn, you move on and eventually you find what you always wanted in your heart. (Lol.. I got reminded of heroines in the historical cinema, singing and remembering their soul mates, by the change of seasons, withering autumn leaves, flow of the river, addressing the mountains. Good way of venting it out and letting all potential contenders know what you want.😌😁)

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    2. Also, thank you so much for visiting me today. Have a happy, hopeful, holistically healing Sunday. Cheers.

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    3. Thanks for your comment on my latest post. I haven't practiced Zen. Are you interested in it?

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    4. Hi, I do practice Buddhist philosophy in life. In India we have vipassana centres where people practise it. I don't do die hard sort of practice but do apply Buddhism teachings in daily life and try to remain in mindfulness state. It's tough I would say but you learn as you grow. As for Zen or Shintoism, they do differ from what Buddhists practice in India and Sri Lanka (places keeping alive, the Hinayana school's teachings, so it's worth knowing and exploring. Every South East Asian country has it's own way of adapting Buddhist teachings, it's diverse and I feel we can learn from them too.

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    1. Thank you dear Linda for visiting the blog. Have a lovely weekend.

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