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Posted on Nov 28, 2012 @ 9:38 AM
This is so beautiful, it reminds me of the feeling of peace and harmony I had when floating along backwaters in Kerala
Posted on Jul 18, 2005 @ 9:09 AM
Posted on Apr 15, 2005
by Aare Kornar !.
A Palm Tree grows according to its’ exposure to substantive watering. By the seconds, its’... more »
A Palm Tree grows according to its’ exposure to substantive watering. By the seconds, its’ root tap deep into the soil to get life into its stock. The Beginning of the palm tree can be said to have been turbulent, as seen in the bent nature. Nevertheless, its’ growth is consistent. A this stage, no climber would want to climb, but rather awe its’ survival. Such a distinct work of nature is only tapped in a distinguished form and manner.
The water of life (the youth of the world) is in abundance. Our concentrated effort to achieve a feat come 2015 is as possible as the rising sun in the East (our dreams and goals). While others watch, we work to ensure our duty and service is not in vain. Our fear lies in exposure, for the waver heart, unfocussed can be easily derailed. Thus, all we must try to achieve is that we do not flutter in our aim to achieve the ultimate outlined GOALS...all eyes on us! less «
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