Reflections

Of Homes & Hiraeth

Hiraeth is a Welsh concept of longing for a home. It implies the meaning of missing a time, an era, including homesickness for what may no longer exist.I am sure as human beings we all have deep emotional attachments to our homes, to places we grew up in, places that shaped us, molded us into… Continue reading Of Homes & Hiraeth

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Daily life

Finding Pockets of Joy in Your Everyday

In today's world with our busy lives even in a connected word, I feel it is very easy to be affected by negativity, to feel down, sad, depressed, stressed, disconnected, desolate, and a myriad of other negative emotions. Happiness I feel is elusive to most people around us because of so much bad news, negativity… Continue reading Finding Pockets of Joy in Your Everyday

City life, Reflections

Beyond Monet – A Feast for the Eyes

I had a splendid time this Sunday at the Beyond Monet- an immersive event showcasing arts by Claude Monet at the Metro Toronto Convention Center. It was a ticketed event that allows visitors to stay up to 1 hour and enjoy the canvases of Monet brought to life through stunning visuals accompanied by sound effects.… Continue reading Beyond Monet – A Feast for the Eyes

Daily life

Unwinding, daylight savings, pandemic fatigue and all

When the covid-19 pandemic hit last year, I never imagined it would be around this long. We have seen many viral diseases come and but none has hit the world this hard in probably a century. The effects have been financial, physical, social, mental - basically every part of our lives have been uprooted. Personally… Continue reading Unwinding, daylight savings, pandemic fatigue and all