The Invisible War

With the trees blossoming, the cloud clearing and the revitalising of the air, I feel that spring is surely near. The midday prayer had just finished. As I walked past the historic Roman Road Market, standing ever since 1843, it seemed quieter than the hustle and bustle of its prime times. I kept walking towards... Continue Reading →

Selfishly Selfless

Welcome to the winter season. It’s the season of naked trees. It's the season when the once blossoming green trees begin to lose all of their crown possessions. The wintry wind snatches them of their twigs and branches, and so they appear dead in our eyes. In reality, they survive the fall with their strong... Continue Reading →

Silent Thunder

Whether you're a football fan or not, you couldn't have missed the amazing spirit of football in the past few weeks. Sport has this unique force to unite us - regardless of our religion, race, colour, political affiliation or if we're rich or poor. The nation of England in their homes and on their streets,... Continue Reading →

Fearsome Phobia

'The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown' — H.P. Lovecraft So here I was, waiting. Looking around, I could see the place lit up with some lively conversations. I could see some talking on their mobile phones, some scrolling through... Continue Reading →

📹 Dawn & Nightfall

I share with you two time-lapsed videos as a follow-up to 'And the Mountains Fogged': a beautiful sunrise and an unique sunset from two opposite ends of Corfu Island. Sunrise in Kommeno 🔉 Sunset in Pelekas 🔉 "The sun and the moon [move] by precise calculation... So which of the favours of your Lord would you deny?"... Continue Reading →

And the Mountains Fogged

Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky. —- Rabindranath Tagore As the sun was sliding towards the West and its dwindling radiance, we made our way from the Eastern part of the island – where the Town Centre sits right... Continue Reading →

Smart Fast

No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn. ~ Hal Borland So after what it seemed like a never-ending season of chilly wind and icy-cold, the spring is finally upon us; embracing our cheeks, our eyes and cultivating our hearts. I’m sitting in my bedroom on an refreshingly breezy afternoon to write only my... Continue Reading →

Kindness Unexpected

It’s been a few months since I begun to work four-days-a-week. The change wasn’t something I sought out for, but rather it happened coincidently. I have been enjoying the additional day off by catching up on few things, shopping, and sometimes, simply relaxing. It was always my intention to make a productive use of the... Continue Reading →

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