Mahatma Gandhi always said, "Be the change that you wish to see in the world". ⠀
🔥 If you want to change things around you, no matter if they are simple or complicated, you must first begin by changing yourself.⠀
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ART: SLICES OF TIME by Tokyo based French designer Emmanuelle Moureaux. Available till April 19 in North Greenwich and free but get your slot online while you can. A great space to think about the flow of time and what future holds for us (and the world) in 20, 30, 40 years. This exhibition is already dubbed as the most Instagrammable event of this winter - which I hate but hey, they needed to sell it somehow. Mind you, there WILL BE Instagrammers, taking selfies of their daily looks but just ignore them.
Today more than ever, remember that acts of kindness can go a long way 💖 Whether it’s smiling at a stranger, checking in on a friend you’ve not spoken to for a while or doing a good deed for someone - the little things make a big impact 🌟 #RandomActsOfKindnessDay
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I don't post much on here mainly because I don't shoot much. Always an excuse as to why I can't, not the right equipment or time. Inspired by a friend to just do something I just went out and shot. Its good how taking the plunge is easy once you just jump. Here's my shot of #stpaulscathedral#london
“The best portion of your life will be the small, nameless moments you spend smiling with someone who matters to you.” ————————————————————————————-Life is so unpredictable.Sometimes we don’t know that we are meeting our loved one for the last time. Sometimes we understand death only after it has placed its hands on someone we love. All you are left with are memories of moments spent together. You wish then for the person to come back. Even as a shadow. Even as a dream.
So be grateful for the time you get to spend with your loved ones. Go ahead and make every moment count. Sometimes we get busy in the hustle bustle of life. All we need is to slow down and soak in the moment.
I had one of the most beautiful night time walks in London from the London Eye to Founders Arm-A cozy glass fronted pub with a large, heated patio overlooking the River Thames and St Paul's. Best for night time views and outdoor seating in summers. I could spent hours here enjoying the view. Worth a million moments. . .