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Can we go back to being simple?

When did we get so complicated? We must have been born simple, clean. Let us stop talking about “happiness” for a while. Maybe it’s overrated. I stayed three months in Nepal, in the toughest of conditions. It was all natural to all the people who’ve made their homes my home. “Happiness” was never mentioned, in none … Continue reading

The story was mine to tell

Stories are important, they can change lives. The stories of these children and of their care taker changed mine. I wouldn’t be doing what I am doing today, if it wasn’t for them. I have lived with them for five weeks of my life, at the end of 2011. I was on a journey to … Continue reading

“You’re so vain.”

You’re so vain. You probably think The book is about you. I have accidentally liked my own page, on my own blog. And this is the message I’ve got into my inbox. Because, well, I am subcribed to my own blog, as well! That was not by accident, I was testing the features when I created the blog. … Continue reading

Gratitude

My book is published. An almost stand still moment; hold of breath and interruption of thoughts, just a mere sense of emotion, of gratitude. This moment is for all Nepali people I know. For weeks, or days or hours, they’ve lighten up my heart. They’ve been my source of inspiration. There is no dedication line … Continue reading

Brown eyes

Brown eyes have always spoken to me. But these brown eyes that accompany me all the the way from Milan, to New Delhi, to Kathmandu, fascinate me. They are the most deep, mysterious eyes I’ve ever seen. Kathmandu, heavy musons rain when I arrive. Rush, colours, contrasts, strong smells and spicy senses. Brown eyes again, … Continue reading

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