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Bubbly Bubbles

Bubbles are funny, glorious, and beautiful things. Perfect in and of themselves; their nature necessitates their perfection. Encapsulated spheres, self-contained and free to whimsically float with the wind. Yet, these little entities can be so easily popped, destroyed and reduced to a liquid mist. Their supreme fragility lends an interesting parallel to how some of us tend to live our lives; floating around supremely until some outside force suddenly shifts our course or pops our reality and effectively alters our moods, feelings and subsequently our thoughts.

Instead of allowing outside forces to affect our reality, we must learn to always be self-contained perfection and beauty. From within lies the strength and clarity which enables us to live our lives fully, wholly, happily and with purpose. We mustn't allow other people's perceptions of us/the world or actions govern our reality.  Rather, those of us who identify with bubbles should shift to marbles :) Still self-contained and free to move and shift dynamically, but more stable, strong and much less easy to sway or destroy.

It is such a dazzling world we live in. Our existence is intriguing, exciting, and our minds are unparallelled in their abilities and capabilities. We create this reality based on those thoughts, so let's keep them positive. You can't stop other people from doing what they do, but you can absolutely not allow them to sway your bubble, stay positive and effectively continue to create and manifest a positive splendid reality.

Prem and Prakash


  1. Once again, here you go inspiring me again :)

  2. you are a wonder young lady!


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