Organised chaos…

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I finally figured out that not every crisis can be managed. As much as we want to keep ourselves safe, we can’t protect ourselves from everything. If we want to embrace life, we also have to embrace chaos.~ Susan Elizabeth Phillips

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Someday, everything will make perfect sense. So for now, laugh at the confusion, smile through the tears, be strong and keep reminding your self that everything happens for a reason. ~ John Mayer

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She had a wild, wandering soul but when she loved, she loved with chaos and that made all the difference. ~ Ariana Dancu

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51 thoughts on “Organised chaos…

  1. Perfect, Rupali. Words and images go so well together. ♥ The first quote, Phillips’, immediately hit to the core. Not every crisis can be managed – we have to embrace chaos if we want to live. Stay safe and well.

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  2. Beautiful images with wonderful quotes that capture how I feel about the chaos and in my mind misrepresentation of something that in the scheme of deaths around the world is quite small. I am very sorry for all the families who have lost loved ones and friends. I am very sorry for those that are very ill for those who will become ill and those who may die from the virus. In comparison the number of deaths of children from Malaria is huge and growing every year, similar with measles and their is a vaccination for that. sorry I a am ranting. It is an economic disaster that is potentially the problem that is being caused, rather than the actual virus itself.

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    1. Thank you for commenting Tazzie.
      I know how it feels when we think about the families those suffer.
      Social distancing is important but in many countries the way its going to affect the poors is beyond imagination.
      We can do our share of work and help as many as possible.
      Take care.

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      1. I understand Rupali, I think of the areas in India and Brazil, the homeless, yes than You for reminding me, it is not viable for probably the majority of people in the world. Again it shows my Western thinking. For that I apologise. I think of myself as being more aware and that did not even cross my mind.

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