Photography by Meher Gandhi.
This world’s waiting for you to come out of your paperback shells and get into the hardcovers (just in case you didn’t know, yes, I am a bookworm and surely am not prejudiced towards the paperbacks or the hardcovers, I love all books!).
So well, it’s been a while since I posted my first contribution to Daily Post Weekly Photo challenge. Here it is!
I captured this wonderful vista while I was in New York. I remember taking this shot from the 96th floor of the Empire State Building, feeling the cool breeze, being surrounded with friends, and being aware of what thought each one of us were struggling with- it was our last night in the USA. The amount of fun we had during our stay remains to be ineffable, till date.
Getting back to why I chose this picture, I just feel that it potrays the fact that the world is a mighty big stage and we all have the right to explore each and every nook of it. It’s waiting for us to explore all that it hides.
The blinding lights, the skyscrapers, the calm breeze, the roads crowded with enthusiasm, the deserted yet calming streets, the blues and the greens, the blacks and the whites, and all of it is waiting for us to find it and it’s ever-ready to welcome us in its arms. The world’s waiting for us to roam around in the search of purpose and light. It’s waiting for us to be a part of the open-presentation, to step on the stage and be who we really are, to present not to others but ourselves, what we are, unconquered and free. It’s waiting for us to find meaning and subjectivity and identify true hues of the fire that our souls are on.
It’s like a treasure hunt, only the treasure is the memories and moments. It’s like a maze, only you will be delighted to be lost.
It’s waiting. Don’t make it wait for too long. Step out. Don’t make it crave for your arrival. Climb the stairs which will lead you to your treasure because what you’re seeking is seeking you.
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