faith. gratitude. vision.

16 years old. it’s a spring afternoon. a girl next to a boy laid back on the classroom desks listening toThe Man Who Sold The World, (Nirvana). eyes closed, lazy moves, hand to cheek, mouth in front of a mouth. first dreams about the world. young ambitious restless minds ready to rule this world, become more than a fantasy.

13 years later, still young mind, still restless, still in the mood to dream. still me.
Never forget that all you need to make a dream come true is to let yourself dream. the rest will come.

I’ll never forget that afternoon. never lose faith.

Photographs are included in the Coal Series Project.

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Namaste

Namaste (Devanagari: नमस्ते)
is a common spoken greeting or salutation originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is a customary greeting when individuals meet, and a salutation upon their parting. A non-contact form of salutation is traditionally preferred in India and Namaste is the most common form of such a salutation. In Nepal, younger persons usually initiate the exchange with their elders. Initiating the exchange is seen as a sign of respect in other hierarchical settings. When spoken to another person, it is commonly accompanied by a slight bow made with hands pressed together, palms touching and fingers pointed upwards, in front of the chest.

my yoga teacher used to say: “To be beautiful in the eyes of another, simply forget they’re watching. Practice your asana today offering to the beauty that lies inside you. Make the world beautiful from inside out! Be the change!!!” Beauty has no face.

Instict |inner vision|

Instinct or innate behavior is the inherent inclination of a living organism toward a particular behavior.

many thoughts and dark instincts were awaken while watching the Black Swan. “The only person standing in our way is you” moved me and made me realize that we may seem strong to others but we seem so fragile to our true selves. How can both dark and white side of the same person survive and co-exist? is it possible? one has to die. The feeling is so intense and shakes you to the core but once your inner truth is released and mirrored on you this very feeling is incomparable.
deliberation. redemption. release. freedom.

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Thank you for stopping by.

Nass

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