Musical notes!

Music album review..

A review of an EP album “Reliving” by Rick van Meijel

Music has great power to change our moods. What we think, how we feel, just changes in moments. Our brain instantly becomes stress-free and we are detached from the world for a while..

The guitars, the drums and piano keys.. all perfectly synchronised to create a sound too perfect to ears, the sound too kind to our hearts to give a smile. My mind has happy dancy waves As I listen to an EP album “Reliving” by my friend Rick van Meijel 😀 It is so joyful playlist of five melodies namely – ‘The Spark‘ , ‘Fighting the Storms‘ , ‘Abandoned Roots‘ , ‘Milky Way‘ and ‘Anything‘.

The album releases on 8th June! So excited and eager to give a try to all sounds! Till now ‘The spark’ and ‘Fighting the storms’ are out!

Give it a try 😉 I am sure y’all would like it!

The Spark

Fighting the Storms

 

Stay Ignited!

Work like a slave, win like a champion!

This long poesy is a kind of imagery. The writer has created a scene of a campfire with friends, the thoughts which go in her head while they enjoy the evening..

When the campfire blaze go dim

And we are circled around black rim

We try to find some fuel to feed him

So that it blazes across dark screens


When the winds try to put the blazes off

With great strengths making it weak enough

We try to cover it with something tough

To block the winds which are soaring rough


For our lives we save the fire

We save the warmth as per our desire

Those blazes which we admire

Giving more comfort than warm attire


We save it as our only hope

To live along the hilly slopes

It gives pleasure and satisfaction

A smile, and strength for next action


We, as travellers, are great thinkers

And for us campfire was like a blinker

For a while time did linger

Warmth heating our freeze fingers


The fire is inside and out

Something to think about

It blazes with equal power and flame

But they have got two different name


First,in the camp outside, the bonfire

Which is capable to form a forest fire

The one, by none it is hired

Can keep blazing and never tire


Second, the flame which blazes within our souls

We, the creatures of this universe

We, who are unknown to the truth

Power of creating future lie within us


The fire lies in our heart

They are capable to achieve our desires

Just stay ignited, work hard and focus

Rest, not quit when you tire


Keep fuelling your fire

In same way, like the bonfire

Let it blaze and shine brighter

Stay motivated and dream higher


You’ve got whatever it takes

To get to top of those hikes

You never know how strong you are

Until the limits of your brain, break


Let the world be winds and rains

Let them try to put off your flames

Show them, you’ve got enough fuel

And thus, let the game begin


The intensity defines your future

Be brave. Fail. Work hard and Win

Stay Ignited. Dream big. Make goals

And burn them with the fire within!

*****

Lazy liquid!

Snapshots!

So this weeks Photography challenge told me to capture some liquid. I wanted something different but yea.. just got this iced water inside the bottle.

In our family if someone goes out for on a long distance, we keep a bottle in freezer to chill it.. best refreshing along the way. My dad was going out somewhere yesterday so I just saw the bottle and got an idea that I can capture that lazy liquid, so still!😊

In response to the weekly photo challenge Liquid

Tangled Threads…

Be Stress free!

(This is a very different post so just help me to know if you like it.)

Hey! Ever seen messed up threads like this? What if you are give a task of arranging them? If you are an organised person then first thing that pops in your brain, “What a mess is this! C’mon why are they not kept properly!?” And then maybe you get angry at what kind of task you’ve been given.

So what you do is scratch your head and stand there for a while gathering some sort of motivation from anywhere just to complete the task. And then you patiently pick up one thread at a time from that entire mess, wrap it properly and keep it separately. Very patiently (and maybe reluctantly 😉) you complete this task in sufficient time and organize all the threads neatly in a box. And then you take a deep breath, have some chilled water and say, “It’s finally done..”

Did you guess what this mess is? It’s your brain, that small central organ of your body when you are stressed! These lil’ threads are your thoughts. If instead of arranging them one by one, if you pick up many at once what would happen? They will get tangled and it will take more time to sort it out + you’ll get angry!

When we are stressed we have thousands of things going around in our brain. Everything seems to be in a same mess like the picture.

These thoughts are threads. You need to think about everything with patience. Calm your mind at first. Take a pen and a notepad. Write down everything that is bothering you. Think about how you can deal with them in current situation. For sure you’ll get a way out. It doesn’t matter how tangled that thread is, you’ll turn it around, a little up, a little down, pull it from the entire mess and keep it properly. Just don’t panic.

Want to know a secret? Like thoughts attract! If you think you are stressed, you attract more stress. If you think you are happy and everything is going with a flow, all will be fine. Believe me, I just applied this rule few days ago 😉 the main reason why I wrote this post and things are so under control now!

So don’t be stressed. Don’t panic. Think calmly. Things will go fine.. find a solution to your problems and stay organized. It’s completely alright if you keep your desk messed up and things are lying just anywhere but don’t do the same with your brain! 😉

One question! Was there anyone who had a thought at start like “Why should i complete the task?!” Let me know about it! I’ve got some few words for you…! ✌

A place in the world

Weekly Photo Challenge!

When I was around 6 years old I shifted to Mumbai. I still live here on the same streets. In these years I’ve seen things changing, streets have changed a lot since that time.

I’ve got a great attachment from my building terrace. It has a breathtaking sunset view in evening. Very beautiful one. It’s great to go up there and stare and the firey skies sharing how the entire day went. I went up there regularly and shared my entire day with nature, just talking to winds tress and black kites. Just amazing…

The city is very close to my heart and always will be. Especially this home from where I can see most beautiful views of nature.. sunset, sunrise, moonset and moonrise..

So I’ve got the roadside view of a famous place “Marine Drive” of my city Mumbai. Not that clear cause it was taken from car, but yes depicting many stories of my life

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In response to the weekly photo challenge Place in the World