Weekend 99: To heal

Sometimes we get busy in things we can’t bypass which means less time for hobby. I couldn’t get enough time to work on a post for last couple of days but all was for a good cause and so no regrets.

In the new normal, we try to maintain a rotuine of taking walk everyday. No hard exercising is possible as the gyms are still closed, a preferred choice is walking for atleast an hour ++.  Here are some images from our recent walks.


What happens when people open their hearts?
They get better.
~ Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood



The final stage of healing is using what happens to you to help other people. That is healing in itself. ~ Gloria Steinem




For Nurturing Thursday this week.

For Jo’s Monday Walk

43 thoughts on “Weekend 99: To heal

  1. Living with nature is the healthiest thing for the spirit. You must feel a unique inner peace. Just seeing the photos, all magnificent, for one to realize how wonderful the place is. Good for you.

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  2. I was wondering how your area was dealing with this scourge Rupali. Wasn’t sure if you had as bad a situation as the rest of the world. Ours is a small town, and we are not anywhere as disturbed by the virus as the bigger metropolitan cities. But still, our governor is very strict, and following the rules is helping quite a bit.
    As usual, the photographs are eye candy. Thank you.

    Thank you also for your comment on my post.

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    1. Talking about the whole country, (from internet ) There are now 8,916 positive cases in Norway at the time of writing, with 251 people now confirmed dead. There are 15 people hospitalised around the country, just 3 of which are in intensive care. As of 29 June, 343,534 people have been tested out of Norway’s population of around 5.3 million.
      In the municipality I live, until now there are 5 patients who had mild infection.
      Norwegian PM announced strict measure on 24th March which helped in controlling the COVID pandemic.
      Thanks for sharing your thoughts Zakiah ji.


      1. I know. 😦 I have experienced it, too.
        But, we must keep trying. 🙂 We never know when our positive attitude and actions, or a word or two, might help someone to open their heart…or help them to change their way of thinking… etc. 🙂

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    1. Thanks a lot Subbashini for your appreciation
      on my photography passion (or madness, as my husband says). He likes to continue the walk without very many small breaks and I can’t do without them 😀
      Stay safe and healthy.


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