I stay in her house when I visit Ladakh. Her son is my dear friend though he doesn’t approve of my relationship with her. She is fond of me, very much and ditto. As of date, I’ve secured a few mother figures to compensate for one, she’s a special one. There was no water supply for three days and you need the water in the storage tank for cooking and bathing, leaves behind dirty linen unattended and that’s a reason suffice for the wayfarer to set out in the afternoon, hunt a spot by the banks of Indus river, make us wash our clothes on rocks and it was an event.
A picture of her after she wrapped.
44 thoughts on “Dynamo”
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Great Story!! its seems Siclian Story 🙂
I know what you mean Massi. She’s a Buddhist with Sicilian spirit! 🙂
HaHa…She makes me chop onions and says the same!
This is a beautiful picture. Why doesn’t your friend approve of your relationship?
Divided attention, uncalled for moreover he disapproves my poems and she does 🙂
Smiles and more smiles.
Love the photo and story. Really good photo!
Thank you very much Peter.
You’re up late Arjun; must be past 1am your time? Those days are sadly behind me!
I’m retired. For good. But that doesn’t apply to anyone. My daughter is away. Once she’s back, I’ll sync in with the Sun.
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Very powerful picture. 🙂
It seems there are always hurdles in relationships. Sometimes they stay, sometimes go away. But one never knows until they keep taking baby steps and communicate and find a middle ground
Best of wishes
Aww… very nice. 🙂
grande contrasto tra la rudezza della roccia e la morbida fluidità delle nuvole che scorrono pur nel fermo immagine
great contrast between the harshness of the rock and the soft fluidity of clouds flowing while still image
Dynamo, a great description, and such a striking photo… she looks/sounds a very strong and independent spirit Arjun, one of those people you feel enhance your life, .. and ’tis an honour to know…. As I now do through your sharing….Many thanks… xPenx
She’s your reflection. Will lend you her kettle anytime!
ah, the kettle lending type… I knew I felt an affinity.. 🙂 x
Work hard, smoke hard 🙂 Great photo (as usual)
Yup. Keep it simple, create moments 🙂
And most of all, enjoy those moments 🙂
She looks like a very cool lady!
She is. A choice she made long ago.
The photo and story together are just powerful and stunning, you have such a talent, Arjun…
Person like her, whatever i scribble, works…
There is a serenity in her posture – she embracing all of who she is and then gives so much of her presence back to the world. Grace and elegance.
Unmask the laughing Buddha and I find her.
We find kindred spirits in the most unexpected of places. Life is too short to worry about approval or disapproval. She looks lovely – I’m happy she’s touched your soul. 🙂
Awesome picture with a great story too. 🙂
Awesome feed for story ideas and titles too 🙂
I keep returning to this piece. There is something so kind and soft within its words…
What’s not told, is the spirit she is. Thanks for revisiting. She deserves it.
What a cool woman! 🙂 Love the matching of the title! Makes it all so much expressive.
What’s you, the real you, inside you, that spirit is she.
Great photo of an interesting looking woman!! And interesting piece. Not that uncommon for a son to be wanting the attentions of his Mom to himself. Comments interesting, too. Someone making comments about Sicilians and I am Siciliana so careful. 😉 Didn’t know you have a daughter. All the intriguing story of Arjun!
I’m careful. I hear her well and you of course 🙂
If you can find time to re-read the poem by Swami in my post “The Ideal Brain Tonic”, is my daughter.
Excellent photo! 🙂
A terrific photo Arjun. And a marvelous find. We can’t have too many people who care for us.
Very cool. It’s a great portrait too.
Al lovely story that tells everything 🙂
What a photo!!! (like the story too :))