My Kaleidoscope

23 Dec

The distant sound of a mosque’s azan/adhan that winds its way through minarets, crowded streets and dusty roads into your self consciousness that stays long after every prayer has been whispered, said and felt.

The resonating chants of Buddhist prayers that seep into every periphery and reverberate deep within your being that make you surrender.

The elixir of mantras, of a plain and simple Om, that speaks of peace and well-being, humility and completeness, love and faith that helps you connect when you’re most disconnected.

The warmth, the resurrection of everything we forget the year round and the hope that everything will be OK every time Christmas carols are played holds everything that wants to fall apart, together.

There’s no better joy than having all of the above remind me that there is goodness out there and that it all starts from within.



3 Responses to “My Kaleidoscope”

  1. The Girl Next Door December 24, 2012 at 5:29 PM #

    Sounds beautiful! Where did you get a peek into this beautiful kaleidoscope?

    • Babushka December 24, 2012 at 9:00 PM #

      Errr at the risk of sounding corny… from all around and from within, I guess? Hehehe :)

  2. danger lightning December 25, 2012 at 7:32 PM #



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