Deep breathing brings deep thinking and shallow breathing shallow thinking. (Elsie Lincoln Benedict) There has been days when unprecedented work comes along, I was not prepared and work place was not prepared. Fighting spirit comes into function. Fear is setting in. Unsure whether the day is even possible. A sudden turmoil throughout the system. I … Continue reading Deep Breath
Have you felt overwhelmed as soon as you wake up? Day ahead seems too busy? Emotionally, physically and mentally, ready to give up. Of course, we all have faced such days. The first thing I do is write out a list so I am clear about all my ties even if they are emotional. Then … Continue reading Busy Day
Full Moon Time and again I hear people say “I am lonely .” My friends mum was here but now she has gone back, inevitably she feels lonely. Our children came over for Diwali but now both are back to their universities. My house feels empty and lonely. Pets, when not around make us feel … Continue reading Loneliness
One of our happy spots. The bridge at night, when there is no wind. Clear reflection deep in the River Tees. It is mesmerising to watch the colours in the dark water. This is one of our favourite walks at night, Infinity Bridge in Stockton certainly captures the imagination in many different ways. It has … Continue reading Infinity Bridge.
My doctor path.
Being a doctor is not easy, never thought it was. Right from the beginning of getting admission to medical school and working my way up to a senior GP has been fun, challenging, hectic and full of uncertainties. That is what has made my life super exciting. Everyday is new, every patient presents with a … Continue reading My doctor path.
Just like that.
Photo by Dids on Pexels.com Felt like writing, so started. We are still doing Covid tests as our jobs entail us to do twice a week. Every time I do one I am nervous. We have had quite a few patients telling us they have been positive. They are getting well and that is a … Continue reading Just like that.
Photo by August de Richelieu on Pexels.com Growing up in Patna, capital of Bihar in India, has been one the greatest experiences for me. I lived in a big family home with lots of people around me. Grandmothers, aunties, uncles, cousins everybody lived close by. There were a lot of helping hands in the household … Continue reading Interfere !!
Do rules matter? Do principles matter? They mean for me. When I see the next generation and their flexibility to different aspects of life, I wonder what they make of rules. Law and legal is different. We all have to follow them and we should. Understand myself better and really get to know myself, is … Continue reading Dogma
Weigh up. I had my writing group session last night. I was extremely tired for some reason and could not bring myself to attending it. I let our facilitator know about it. At work too yesterday I was tired and some people even commented on it. I did leave as soon as my work was … Continue reading Guilt
Aysgarth Falls The roar of the waterfalls Lifelessness of the green moss Wind blown tress with bare branches Golden paths of the fallen leaves. Busy lives and fast flowing days Sometimes weeks and months go by, Finding time with each other Exploring nature in our own ways. Togetherness never felt so good. Picnics and tea … Continue reading Togetherness