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Okay, you know, I've been having this super difficult time just being alright of late - There's nothing wrong. In fact, great and exciting things are happening in my life.
It's just like I've been on this weird autopilot mode - Following a routine, not even knowing why exactly I am doing whatever I am doing. I have no idea why that's been happening. Anyway, one missed bus, a stroll through a garden and along the magical #MarineDrive and I think it broke.
Since then, I've been at ease, completely okay with myself, enjoying most moments. There was a terrifying reading slump and I think that's disappeared too. And I didn't want to wait before posting. The planned aesthetics and timing and hashtag and algorithm thoughts - That's just not me. I'm in awe of people who can do it all, but I'm okay with good ole me.
Anyway, The Story Of My Life, by Helen Keller is definitely among THE most gorgeous books I've read. I learnt about her when I was a child, as most do. But I read the autobiography very recently. I mean - That's one person who beat all odds. She not only fought against the limits imposed by her impaired vision and hearing by learning to read, write and speak - She read and discussed beautiful books with others wrote beautifully, and spoke to motivate others. I seriously love her and am so inspired. She loved flowers, so I gathered as many as I could, to honour her.
I really recommend this read. It's available on Gutenberg.
Okay so this has been a really long post. But that's okay too. Enough with the measured everything and just more of simple breathing and believing and being.
Loads of love to all of you! ❤
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