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The World is breaking up into pieces - Krishna Nee Begane Baro

Such powerful and beautiful words. When I heard this today, I just felt this was the most needed words at the right time. I wish this world is a much more peaceful place. Everyone is  a human. That's all it is. And some people completely fail to understand this, which is really really sad. 
"Everybody is fighting with their brothers, everybody wants control, don't hesitate to kill one another........ and Religion is the reason the world is breaking into pieces"
"They need a teacher and you're the only one..."


Life continues to teach us so many things and I continue to learn.

I wonder how much someone's innocence can be perceived as naivety. There are times when someone puts him/herself forward to help out but ends up being used as an extra pair of hands for something that only needs one hand. Not valued for who they are. Quite sad really. It's like a  poor child being given  the most childish explanation if something couldn't be afforded by the parents so, making up a lie  to not hurt them...and when the child grows up to an adult and reviews things in the memory and realises the painful truth behind the lies or the alternative temporary happiness that was given instead. 
At times even these people are awake to the fact that they are being undermined, it is the true innocence that pushes them to still choose the (painful)way it leads to.  And still be nice. Innocence, is it a good thing or a bad thing? Regardless, the unconditional trust that an innocent puts towards the other…

It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas

And the christmas season begins. Christmas is a magical time and it brings a lot of happiness when you go out to the streets in winter despite the freezing cold. I haven't realised the time is so near until visiting Southampton. The isle of Wight hasn't woken up yet. I miss the lively London. It's the best place to be in the month of Christmas. Sigh. 2nd Christmas in a row in this lonely island. Cannot wait for a year to pass by to spend the next christmas in my home, London. Anyhow, loved roaming around in WestQuay in Southampton , shopping on my own and enjoying the festive feeling. Here are some photos from yesterday.

We are your Junior Doctors

A brilliant video, to the point and educational. A must watch for the public of UK. Well done to those who put a lot of work into this. Please do watch.

We are one profession, We stand together

Happy Diwali / Deepavali

Wishing everyone a very happy Diwali / Deepavali.

May this auspicious day filled with the divine light bring endless of joy, prosperity and brightness to your home.

Celebrate safe :)

My autumn madness continues...