Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still📸
Traveling around has given me one new hobby and that is to capture moments with my camera. I love how it makes me creative in a way i were not able to be in before. It also makes me happy when i can look back at all amazing things we've done so far and relive it again. When we get old my dream is to have our home surrounded
With pictures and memories from our lives, to look at the pictures thinking "what an amazing life i've been lucky to have, no regrets just happiness"
Battambang was a wicked little stopover in Cambodia. We got to ride the famous bamboo train, and saw some (more) temples and local villages. Millions of bats flying out of a cave at sunset was something else though🦇
Having an amazing experience with Google Pixel 3XL. My favorite feature is nonetheless the main camera 📸, the amazing front camera getting everyone in my selfies, and not worrying about my phone memory: having unlimited memories with unlimited online storage.
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All in one glance:
Barcelona, the sea, the Sagrada Familia and the Torre Glòries, that I was still convinced that it was called Torre Agbar (which stands for Aguas de Barcelona).
The Torre Mapfre and the Hotel Arts stand out on the right, near which you can see the Metallic Fish of Franck Gheri.
Steel, crystal, glass, water, stone, marble, sky.
You know what I was thinking earlier today. What if I can’t do what I am supposed to do??
What if I can’t fulfill the expectations of people who are around me??
What if I am not able to bring out the best in me??
What if I can’t even if I try hard??
Really? Is our life supposed to be surrounded by so many what ifs and what if nots?
Just wondering what worst could happen if you “can’t” do all that people expect from you. Will that make you a bad person, a horrible human being?
The next moment I question myself this, my mind automatically starts rewiring itself, telling me a definite answer for the aweful question above. I repeat,
Will that make me a bad person, a horrible human being? NOOOO..
A big Noooo.
You know, sometimes it’s good to let our mind pull up all the thoughts we are scared of. While you start doing this, at one point your mind will automatically start pushing them away, coming up with more appropriate and practical answers for those terrible questions.
Hmmhmm I call them terrible because they are, most of the time, useless, time consuming, unproductive questions which probably do not need to have an answer right away.
If we continue asking ourselves such stupid questions, we will someday ask the another question: what if I die tomorrow?
Alright, we gotta chill here. Everyone’s going to die one day. Bothering yourself about it doesn’t make any sense.
Same way, why should I even care for all the other what ifs which are consuming my life?
If something’s not gonna happen your way, it might happen the other way. Who told you that your way was the only possible way anyway.
If someone’s not gonna like you for what you do, someone else is going to do that.
Hold on, hang in there. It only gets better tomorrow .
Even if it doesn’t, nobody told us that it is not going to get any better day after that.
Believe me, I am really not trying to tell you to stop wondering and questioning yourself. You probably should, it gives us some time to rewire our brains and let it decide a practical answer for everything.
Just make sure that these thoughts don’t consume you.
Dont let them overpower us.
Happy thoughts, everyone.