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Virgin light

October 15, 2010

early morning: still foggy, still fresh.
first sunbeams yawn to the roofs.
dawn-birds tweet quietly.
trees drink up the dew.
streets sigh as they prepare for dust.

life is still laying on pillows.

virgin beauty of the new day!

I don`t want to break this magic. I want this to last forever.

virgin beauty of the new day.

the unexpected

October 8, 2010

it hides in dreams. it fallows as a shadow.  it is there and makes thing happen.

it can be good or bad… but we often think of it as something negative.

because we like to be prepared. we only feel comfortable if we are ready…

…even for the `unexpected`.


September 14, 2010

The Autumn was knocking on my window… The morning was chilly and misty. I opened the window and let the Autumn come in.  It smelled sweet like golden apple. I saw the trees. Those million colors…  Every leaf spoke bliss to me.

I felt that beauty. I felt the beginning in the end. I felt the eternity in the wind…

September. You are always in my memories.

august ends

August 29, 2010

Here`s day I hoped it never comes, although I knew it will.

I know:  Things end. People leave. Life turns into new directions.

But it`s always about how we look at that: Is it the end or the beginning of something new?

It`s the start. IT IS!


August 25, 2010

gotta ask yourself the question sometimes, Where are you now?

and you have to answer to that.

days pass by. months pass by and the wheels just roll…

people pass by. life passes by.

Where am I now?


July 13, 2010

We ask for advices when we already know the answer.

Why is it so hard to make a decision alone?

Is it because we are afraid of the future? Maybe.

Decisions create our future.

Then why do we need others to tell us how to decide?


June 30, 2010

“One of the most tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend to put off living.  We are all dreaming  of some magical rose garden over the horizon-instead of enjoying the roses blooming outside our windows today.”

Dale Carnegie