Tag Archives: nature

Corrosion

The things that break all at once aren’t really a problem. You note that they’ve broken, and then you fix them. The challenge is corrosion. Things that slowly fade, that eventually become a hassle–it takes effort and judgment to decide … Continue reading

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Pet Peeves

Peeves make lousy pets. They’re difficult to care for, they eat a lot, and they don’t clean up after themselves. Reblogged from: here

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Off the tarmac and back to the reality

The terrain in the this part of the country (India) keeps on changing. The road which leads to the highest motorable road in the world – The Mighty Khardung la is no easy task. Though not too far from the … Continue reading

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Present and Present from Nature

It gets tiring, dirty, rigid but we still make it. It is all about the adrenaline junkies like me. We enjoy that pain and still wish to move forward and it to the next level. It was never a breeze … Continue reading

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Life is beyond paying bills

Life gives us all the reason to enjoy than to just pay the bills and be negative. While we were heading to Pangong Tso lake it was great seeing the beautiful scenery around and appreciating it every moment. It was … Continue reading

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Categories

Are tomatoes a fruit? The benefit of a category isn’t to denigrate something or someone. It’s to help us make better decisions with limited information. If we put someone in the category of, “frequent business traveler,” we can apply previous … Continue reading

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Attitude is skill

You can learn math. French. Bowling. You can learn Javascript, too. But you can also learn to be more empathetic, passionate, focused, consistent, persistent and twenty-seven other attitudes. If you can learn to be better at something, it’s a skill. … Continue reading

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Camel affair

With the beautiful double-humped bactrian camels by our side it was the sight one can never forget. Captured in the beautiful Nubra Valley by one of the talented and versatile photographer Ankita Singh. Please do visit my page to know … Continue reading

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High resolution is not the same as accurate

Should you visit a college before you decide to go there? Well, a one-hour personal visit is certainly visceral and emotional and it feels real. But it’s also based on the weather, on the route you took to school, on … Continue reading

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Sorry Confusion

There are two kinds of, “I’m sorry.” The first kind is the apology of responsibility, of blame and of litigation. It is the four-year old saying to his brother, “I’m sorry I hit you in the face.” And it is … Continue reading

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