“Is it possible for the Light to touch me? I am dark, earthy… I have very little to show for all my devotion… The Light shines brightly showering all before it with a luminescence to behold… But what about me? Can I be so privileged? Is there hope for me? I know that it is not what I do that matters, it is how I am… To exist in a way that makes me ready to receive the Light… The Light is omnipresent, shining like a brilliant star… my search just needs me to reflect, remember and be…” – Silhouette of a leafy branch in the shining sunset, Mauritius, 2016
“I am all aglow with happiness tonight… What is the reason you ask? Well, for one, it is a privilege to contribute to the splendour of the evening attracting your gaze to the heavens… More importantly though, I get to participate in celebrating the beauty and wonder of His creation! Look up my fellow beings, with awe and humility in your hearts, and let us all experience the joy of being alive!” – The moon in all its splendour, Parklands, Nairobi (2018)
“What is happiness but the confidence and freedom to be who you truly are… the ability to express your beauty without worrying about who will notice or what they will think? If you let go your overbearing sense of self, mute out the self critical monologue inside you and instead trustfully play your wonderful part of the Natural Whole, you will experience the very essence of happiness…What do you say?” – Radiant beauty on the road, Parklands, Nairobi (2018)
“Wisps of stress, anxiety and worry draw curtains of darkness that hinder the natural goodness, beauty and warmth of the heart… However, O Mankind, like fire and water, these two opposing forces are elementally very different… The source of your love, kindness and hope is Infinite, Universal, Divine Light whereas stress, anxiety and worry are rooted in the finite, materialistic egoism of this world… Therefore, let your heart spread goodness, light and warmth which are essential to your true self!” – Sunlight radiating through dark clouds at sunset, Port Louis, Mauritius (2015)
“Do you think I deserve the drops of rain from on high that caress my leaves? Do you think it rains because of the effort that I expend in my existence? Do you think the rain picks only my bright and evergreen leaves while forsaking my gangly brown branches? His Mercy is all pervasive within creation and requires no effort or righteousness from you except to express gratitude in response!” – Tree basking in the rain, Parklands, Nairobi.
“For all those of you unwittingly mired in self-indulgence, think about me for an instant… My colour, my scent, my beauty, indeed my entire being is dedicated to the pleasure and benefit of others… I know in your world it is easy to get carried away in the virtual world of unfettered self gratification, but please take time to empathise with those around you? Particularly those with a real need of your consideration and service…” – Teary rose in the garden, Parklands, Nairobi.
“If you were watching us on a stage, would your comments about us be ‘He is too old’, ‘She is too ugly’, ‘It is too short’, ‘He is too loud’, ‘She is too fat’? Or would you see harmony, with all of us facing the sun in earnest expectation of warmth and sustenance? We may be old or young, ugly or beautiful, short or tall, loud or soft, fat or thin but we all have fundamental similarities! Should you not be on the lookout for a similar symphony of your fellow beings around you everyday? – Greenery at Moka in Mauritius