Thanksgiving Day (or weekend) is one of the most celebrated holidays in many parts of the world. Second only to Christmas, this day brings together family and friends for joyous get-togethers to celebrate; give thanks and show gratitude for the blessings they have in their lives. To rejoice and cherish for the smiles. It is… Read more “Thanksgiving”
I haven’t been able to write and post on my blog recently. Writing is my therapy, that keeps me happy and cheerful. It’s even more rewarding when you connect with diverse people out there. Sometimes who are on the same journey as you are but, just as significantly, those who are not. Communicating on a… Read more “Why we must collectively rebuff Racism!”
Happy Easter Long Weekend everyone! The weather is forecasted to be gracious in this part of the world. Gorgeous sunshine and warmth, melting the lingering ice away into crystal clear trickling water. Good Friday holiday 2021 was a blessing in terms of such a bright warm day in Caledon, Ontario. A perfect tailor-made day for… Read more “Bennett Heritage Trail (Ballinafad, Ontario)”
Tandav, or also known as Tandava Natyam, is a divine dance form attributed to Hindu mythological deities. There are various Godheads ascribed to Tandav, but Rudra Tandav, is by far the most prominent known for Rudra’s (Shiva) anger and destructive emotion. There are various mythological accounts as to what spurred the most revered deity on… Read more “The Cosmic Dance”
Another fine weekend comes to a close and another awesome hike along Bruce Trail through Caledon. This time around, newly-found Cheltenham Trail. It’s not even suggested on Alltrails but happened to stumble upon it while searching the map for nearby hiking trails. Fortunately, found a gem of a trail to discover with little tykes. They… Read more “Cheltenham Trail (Caledon)”
Largest rodent in North America, a symbol of sovereignty of the greatest country on the planet – Canada, nature’s engineer, environmentalist, a workaholic, and even dubbed as one of the most influential species – other than humans – that plays a role in climate change (believe it or not) in terms of both positive and… Read more “North American Beaver (Castor canadensis)”
January 28th, 2021 on the Gregorian calendar marks the date when the moon in space will be directly opposite the Sun with reference to mother Earth, hence the Full Moon visible from our earthly abodes. The first full moon of the year relative to the most widely used international calendars. Full moons have captured human… Read more “Wolf Moon (January Full Moon)”
Hiking is something I’ve enjoyed for sometime now but certainly rekindled love for it during the pandemic. It’s absolutely refreshing and rejuvenating mind experience to spend quality time out in the woods and nature while having telepathic dialogue with elements within ambient environment. Grateful to be living near Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve,… Read more “Rockside Trail (Caledon)”
Cartoons have touched almost every soul that has duly called Earth their home during their lifetime, I’m sure! Almost every childhood memory tied to human beings on this unique planet will have recollection of certain characters that bring a smile to their face. I grew up watching Mickey Mouse, Pink Panther, Donald Duck, He-Man and… Read more “Anime Art”
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