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Flowers bring forth love and warmth for all

Ashok Kochhar – Flowers bring forth-500 Days Logo Web

Only a small percentage of people know a little bit deeper, only a few can look beyond the ordinary.

Poets, painters, musicians, dancers, singers have a sensitivity that they can feel beyond the body. They can feel the beauty of the mind, the sensitivities of the heart, because they live on a higher consciousness themselves.

But a musician, a painter, a poet, lives on a different plane.

They do not think, they feel. And because they live in their heart, they can feel the other person’s heart.

That is ordinarily called love.

It is rare.

I am saying that only 1% perhaps, once in a while.

Static people

Why are many people not moving to the second plane because it is tremendously beautiful? But there is a problem: anything very beautiful is also very delicate. It is not hardware; it is made of very fragile glass. And once a mirror has fallen and broken, then there is no way to put it together. People are afraid to get so much involved that they reach to the delicate layers of love, because at that stage love is tremendously beautiful but also tremendously changing. Sentiments are not stones; they are like rose flowers…

OSHO

Nature in itself is beautiful. It has layers of existence in every little corner. There are many wonders that take place in every being and every sight of nature. But the most magical and wonder filled is the sight of a flower blooming. Moving from a tiny little bud to a fully bloomed flower, which is enchanting in its appearance.

This country is truly wonder filled. Natural beauty is in abundance. I’m blessed to be a soulful photographer. The flora and fauna of New Zealand is unmatched. There is endless range of flowers to photograph.

You cannot add to the Masters words. I will request you enjoy the visuals.

“If you love a flower, don’t pick it up.

Because if you pick it up it dies

and it ceases to be what you love.

So if you love a flower, let it be.

Love is not about possession.

Love is about appreciation.”

OSHO

 


Ashok Kochhar is photographer extraordinaire with hundreds of thousands of photographs on varied subjects under and around the Sun to his credit. His versatility has been decorating the pages of Indian Newslink since September 1, 2015. He is now on a unique mission of ‘500 Days across New Zealand,’ giving work to his camera and his own creative thought process. We will continue to carry many of his creations in our issues.

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