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Does it not look a lot similar like our Auroville? How beautiful it had been if such an Utopian city existed
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A patchwork of colors frames a young boy practicing Cricket at Mumbai's Dhobi Ghat - a giant outdoor laundry that has been in existence for 140 years. Large stone vessels hold water where clothing is washed and then beaten on a flagging stone. -
Was led to sit on this rock next to a river to take this photo because according to Neil, the lighting and shadows were just right. Almost fell and broke my neck but worth it! Photo Credit: Neil Sosa of @neilnosebest & @connoisseurpictures 📷
Finally, I have had enough time and experiences to write something profound. Mind you, you'll never hear me speak this, well, you'll never hear me talking usually.
It's long. If you don't have the patience to read, appreciate the picture I've attached with it. Otherwise just fuck off.
I'm staring at 3rd of my life literally coming to an end in a few months. Life has really, really changed. I am calm. It's so calm, it's unnerving. But things are moving along. I think I am pretty sure I'm extremely skilled at something. I am not intimidated by pretty much anything anymore. And life seems good, in general. What strikes me is how easy all of this seems now. My immediate juniors were draped in formals and saris recently, just like I was exactly a year back. It got me thinking about how I was feeling at the time. All bright-eyed and stupidly optimistic about my prospects. Real world hit me hard, it hit me fast. People, things, career, relationships. Lost some, gained some. And life kept on moving. But today, at this juncture, at probably the most important phase of my life, I realise, that all of us are fucking idiots. We try so hard to control everything and then watch it unravel right in front of our eyes. Things take their own time and course and you cannot do jackshit about it. That is the unfortunate truth. Thing is, once you accept that this is just a wild ride with no brakes until you just crash and die in a ditch, you're far happier. I know I am. If you read this, bless ya. If you are going to scoff and judge me for this, bless ya twice. I don't give a fuck.