About unity and harmony…

plant symphony

“Many times amongst us you will find visible differences; in shape, colour, size… But we usually work well together to project beauty into the world… much like the symphony of a well-coordinated orchestra. Unity and harmony should not be mere words… So, would you also commit to work with each other to create beautiful outcomes, please?” – Residence Beau Soleil Garden, Albion, Mauritius

About my original abode…

Madagascar Fody

“Hey there! I live on a small island now but I come from an abundant and luxurious place full of exotic life… I have built a home here but I miss my original home terribly… I am building up my strength so that I can go back home as soon as possible!” – Madagascar Fody at Albion, Mauritius

About the man on the moon…

man on the moon

“It’s that time of the year, isn’t it? When hope springs eternal despite the extremes of weather; when fantasy is born and you experience the ecstasy of being little once more; when warm, positive feelings take over from cold, hard reality… Even I, the man on the moon, appear real again! – Setting moon over western Mauritius

Very Inspiring Blogger Award…

very-inspiring-blogger-award

Nominated on 18 December 2014

I got nominated for the “Very Inspiring Blogger Award” just over one week after being nominated for the “Peace and Harmony Award”. I am not sure that I am deserving at all of these awards but thank you so much once again, A Momma’s View for nominating me. I get lots of inspiration from your blog!

While I will proudly display the award on the blog, and mention seven things about me, I will not follow the other rules of the Award and especially, will not nominate others since this Award comes too soon after another very similar award. I have just nominated other bloggers and I will not be able to do true justice to more nominations. Sorry!

Seven things about me…

1. I am a nature lover, no really!

2. I was born and have lived most of my life in Africa (currently living in Mauritius).

3. I am saddened by the state of the world today where life has almost no value; in the developing world due to poverty and in the developed world due to riches.

4. I took up photography only about a year ago and still have a lot to learn.

5. I am learning to write with my left hand (otherwise being overwhelmingly right handed) so that I can stimulate my brain.

6. By God’s grace if I am able to retire from my current career in a few years, I would like to take up teaching voluntarily if possible.

7. I am intrigued by the sky and would love to own a telescope and maybe even a camera that can enable me take photos.

Once again, I am truly humbled by this award and thank my followers and those whom I follow for enriching my life…