Why does fear looms in heart even if tides are calm?
Might be it has seen worst and feared that it might come
Believing in tides to stay calm is like a river staying silent in storm
Oh I wonder do it ever someday get a moment to live without sandstorm?
But, here I am thinking something everyday which is out of my hold
This is not what I stand to correct,
I have learned to accept this like a disciplined child
Who only nods back to his teacher arms folded
Like a fleeting time my days pass by
21-year-old Aakriti Kapali says that the coronavirus pandemic feels like a bad, sad dream. The only good thing, so far, is that her life, though changed, hasn’t come to a standstill. Since her job is mostly translating and transcribing data, she is working from home. And she’s grateful to have that semblance of normalcy in life in the current times.
Spring is all about the grandeur of nature. The red and pink rhododendron blossoms smile effusively against the snow white mountains. Simal(red silk cotton tree) blossoms wondrously beam by the frothy rivers in the vales. White, pink, purple and magenta petals of pear and peach blossoms flash shy smiles while embraced by the breeze by hamlets and creeks. The orchids magnificently sway by the tree branches in the woods. This is perhaps the best of all seasons to learn from nature and live accordingly.
Life is all about experiences and changes. Then, with time, change is inevitable. Depicting his life experiences and the inevitable changes that occurred in his life, an art exhibition 'Passage of Time' by artist Krishna Lama began on Saturday at Nepal Art council, Baber Mahal.
Time is all about being dynamic, what is life after all?
Is life a struggle, or is it a quest to search for something?
Is life only a physical body that breathes?
Or is life intellectual brain with soul?
Caring too much of what others think, people often forget how to listen to the voice of their inner selves and the voice of the Universe. Life is too short to waste it on boring days, rude people and lonely evenings. Everyone can fill life with amazing moments, sharing hope and happiness with others.
When we reached the village where the Chepangs lived, I saw houses supported by wooden logs and many of these had roofs barely covered with grass. Kids were barefoot and clad in torn and tattered clothes.
Instagram has been growing rapidly since its launch in 2010. With one billion monthly active users, it has left behind competitors like Twitter and Snapchat by regularly coming up with new features and evolving fast. The Facebook-owned company is the go-to social media site for many, especially youngsters, because of its simplicity and visual appeal. But with so much content, how are people choosing what and who to follow?
All I want is to sway you from your ground
Hold you tight and not let you go ever
And share the same space my whole life.
Things don’t happen as we want them to happen
Destiny has helped us meet this life time
And it’s the same destiny that took you away.
Let bygones be bygones.
MAHOTTARI, July 14: Vehicular movement on the Mahottari stretch of the East-West Highway remains halted after a bridge over the local Bhavsi River collapsed on Friday. Authorities said that thousands of passengers have been affected although traffic movement has been resumed through alternatives routes.
There are road blocks in life
And you get hiccups sometime
You cannot help them
But wait patiently and let them go away.
I can tell you that truth hurts
But sometime it needs to come out
No matter what the consequences are.
A good night’s rest is essential for healthy functioning of our bodies. But a lot of times, we don’t get proper sleep due to various reasons. Turns out, more than half the world’s population doesn’t get the required hours of sleep their body needs. If you are also having trouble sleeping, here are some things you should take note of to get quality sleep every night.
Life gets hard when it starts knocking you down. Everything seems so hollow, like a cycle of absurdness. With time, we all get scars, failures, heartbreaking moments and other many unwanted and unwelcomed situations. These dark situations are inevitable.
The need to live sustainably and not use earth’s resources unnecessarily and cut down pollution of all kinds has never been so great. Given the rate at which garbage is pilling up in the landfills and we are using up natural resources (like there’s an endless supply), the future generations might not be able to enjoy many things that we do now.
Sometimes I find the word “word” itself more interesting than anything else. I don’t just like its syntactic form, but the connotation of it as well. Today, I’m going to talk about the word “cliché”. It may be a beautiful word for many other people, but I think of it quite negatively and I don’t know why.
Mohan Duwal has been to 65 districts in Nepal and he plans to make it to all 77 before this year ends. A part time photographer, a full time creative director for F1 Soft International, Duwal is a web designer by profession (UIUX designer as it is called today) but really he is a traveler at heart.
Now-a-days concepts like work-life balance and mental wellbeing are being given as much importance as productivity and efficiency. But in a world driven by outwardly success, how does one find the inner calm? And does one come at the cost of the other? Tsoknyi Rinpoche, a well-known Buddhist master, says it needn’t be so.
Although his prolonged stay in Banaras would teach him a lot about music and life, his initial days at BHU were reminiscent of his days at the Lalitkala Campus. He couldn’t grasp a lot of what was being taught in class and was performing poorly.
Every day in the evening a group of children come out to play in my colony. They scream, they laugh, they jump, and are all really, really happy. I often sit in my balcony, sipping tea, and look at them. I find myself smiling and there’s a sense of calm that takes over.