This nutmeg had just fallen from the tree. The seed is almost black in colour and the outer lacy covering is so reddish orange. The contrast between the two colours is so vibrant and beautiful.
The Champa flowers are once again in full bloom and their fragrance is making life very fragrant.
Time is flying by. Half the year 2014 is coming to an end. I remember the years before the beginning of this century. There was so much talk about Y2K and all the problems that would occur due to it. But the year 2000 has come and gone and it is now 2014. Nothing really happened that affected our life and if there had been problems due to Y2K we did not come to know about it.
Days have gone by, with all those happenings, small and big, significant and insignificant. There have been so many changes in life. We have become grandparents and it is a joy to see our grandson to change from a helpless little baby to an individual who knows what he wants and gets it done though he will be completing one year only next month :))
Time does not stand still. But, sometimes it seems as if time does stand still. Nothing has really changed there. They are a part of my life. There have been changes which only people who have been with would understand. Those changes make us happy , though small, are great achievements. But it feels as if time stands still there. Some of them are doing the things which they have always done, they are speaking the same way as they had done in the past. For them their little world is the whole world, nothing else exists.
It hurts and there is always the question why, why does this happen, and there is no answer. Life goes on, people grow older and the changes of age are there but it feels as if time stands still there, in many ways.
“Time flies over us, but leaves its shadow behind.”
BETWEEN – Last Sunday we had been to a temple not very far from our place. This ancient temple of Goddess Mahishamardhini is on the banks of river Sita and is a very quiet and serene place.
This archway is between the inside and the outside of the temple.