First Stop.

Everyone knows the journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step. I have started mine many years ago – a journey of discovery; primarily of self discovery while exploring the world. My journey is an ongoing quest of what I love, what I’m good at, and what should I do with my life.  Continue reading “First Stop.”

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I don’t remember a day in my life before her. She was there, a year earlier than me. I wasn’t sure how we were related, I just took it as it was, that we were together in this existence.

She used to visit us with an old woman, I was told to call teta and I knew that “teta” was part of my surrounding, someone my parents looked ok around, so I was ok around. She looked old but seemed nice, she would smile at me. Looked like she loved me but I was more interested in the little girl who was always with her. I didn’t know when to expect her but she used to come with teta to our house. We would play a little, then she would leave again with teta to wherever they came from.  I never knew when she would come next. But I looked…

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Everything we create, say, give, and produce, we are sharing with the world a little bit of ourselves. Whatever we feel, express, experience we share it with those around us, to those we know and strangers alike. The world is a space we are sharing and you are sharing your world with us.  Continue reading “#imsharing”


I stumbled upon this picture while reading an article about a prominent Brazilian photographer named Sebastião Salgado. “The Brazilian is renowned for the long-term projects he undertakes, devoting years at a time to documenting the story of a particular people or the evolution of a certain place,”  writes Helen Walters on Continue reading “Naked”


There’s something about cats. They have attitude. They’re feisty.  They nag. A lot. And although they are known to be curious, they seem to be confused.  I don’t know how the idea dawned upon me, but I realized cats and I have much in common.  Continue reading “Tarboush”

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