Saturday-Pentacle – Week 30 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 30 – 2018


“Saturday-Pentacle”

Saturday-Pentacle - Week 21 - 2017


A recent purchase worth mentioning –

DOMYOS 100 ADULT SKIPPING ROPE BLACK – I bought this jump rope from the local Decathlon store recently opened in our vicinity. This was just under 200 Rs. ($3) and I’ve been loving it. It is simple but awesome. At the handles the length can be adjusted by couple of inches. I’m able to do over 100 jumps at one go with this. Due to the low profile of handles, I can carry it along anywhere in my travels as well.


My most popular Instagram post recently

When Gandhi looks right into you!

This piece of art was surreal. I was feeling like Gandhi will open his eyes anytime and will scare the bejesus out of me.

Click the photo below to read the entire story. . .


New book I’m looking forward to read  —

“Leader: 50 Insights from Mythology”  by Devdutt Pattanaik – I’ve read about this author in many articles, he writes mainly on Indian Mythology. This book is a collection of insights from mythology and how those insights can be used in today’s environment and apply leadership to the complex problems of today. I got this book on the recommendation of the guy at a book store, I’m looking forward to read it next.


What I’ve been watching —

ScoopWhoop Townhall ft. Rajkummar Rao | Ep.1 –  This Townhall conversation of ScoopWhoop team with Rajkummar Rao (The Bollywood Actor) is just an awesome peek into the thought process of Rajkummar and how he is doing the odd films and still being successful. Go watch it.


Quote I’m pondering on lately – 

“Be stubborn with the vision but flexible with the details.”

— Jeff Bezos’s (Amazon.com CEO)


Until Next Saturday!

Thanks for reading.

Himanshu

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Saturday-Pentacle – Week 30 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 29 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 29 – 2018


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Saturday-Pentacle - Week 21 - 2017


An app I’m loving – 

Hyperlapse

This is an awesome app made specifically for creating beautiful time-lapse videos. I’ve used it a couple of years ago for the first time and it blew my mind. Buttery smooth Timelapse/Hyperlapse videos. Since then this app is like a good tool in my photo video tool box.

Unfortunately, it’s only available for iPhones. But Microsoft made their own version of the similar application called “Microsoft Hyperlapse”. It does the similar thing on Android devices but I would say the videos made by Hyperlapse by Instagram are far more superior than Microsoft Hyperlapse.

You can download both from here –


My most popular Instagram post recently

Tall

A little drama of light In the game of shadows.

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Audiobook I’m relistening  —

We learn nothing By Tim Kreider

This book is like listening to your naked self, not just you. All us humans collectively. It’s brutal, unapologetic but at the same time so funny.

I’ve listened to this audiobook twice already and this week I’m listening to it again and thought you would enjoy it too.

If you wanna listen to it you’ll get this as your first book for free and you won’t need a credit card if it is your first time accepting an Audible book from a friend.

Just go here: http://a.co/c8QxbRn

After you accept the book, you will be prompted to download the Audible app to start listening.

Enjoy!


What I’ve been watching —

Happiness – This Short film on Vimeo hit the nail right on the sweet spot. Its a story of a rodent (a rat) which exactly symbolises the rat race we are living each and every day, trying to find Happiness.
Intelligently done!


Quote I’m pondering on lately – 

“When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know.
But if you listen, you may learn something new.”

— Dalai Lama


Until Next Saturday!

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Himanshu

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Saturday-Pentacle – Week 29 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 28 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 28 – 2018


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Saturday-Pentacle - Week 21 - 2017


An App I’m loving –  

Microsoft Launcher

If you use an Android Phone, the stock launcher is good. But I recently found out the launcher app designed by Microsoft and it has come a long way, It’s neat and provides a good number of functions which the normal launcher app doesn’t have. 3 key features which make it superior to the Android Default launcher:-

  1. Performance is super fluid and buttery smooth even on mid-range Android Phones.
  2. It has a Recent activities widget which shows you any kind of notifications or any activity happened on any app as a list, which is super handy for a quick glance over what’s going on.
  3. Customisation options to make your home screen a little bit unique in a subtle way, not so much fancy but better options than the default launcher.

If you want to download it on your Android device, click here.


My most popular Instagram post recently

South Bombay oldie

The beautifully aged buildings of the old south Bombay never cease to amaze me.

This one is the Kharshedji Rustomji (K R) Cama Oriental Institute which was established in 1916…

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The beautifully aged buildings of the old south Bombay never cease to amaze me. This one is the Kharshedji Rustomji (K R) Cama Oriental Institute which was established in 1916, through the funds collected from the citizens of Bombay to perpetuate the memory of Mr. Kharshedji Rustomji Cama, the renowned oriental scholar, linguist, social reformer and educationist who passed away jn 1909. As seen in the picture this building contains a wooden piece of 'Faravahar' (A symbol of Zoroastrianism, the state religion of ancient Iran) fixed at the high wall. #oldbombay #southbombay #krcamaorientalinstitute #sunshine #oldbuildings #mumbai #india #photowalk #kalaghoda #zoroastrian #saintandrews

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Article I’m pondering on  —

The Bullshit Stories We Tell Ourselves – This is a stingy article for humans in a sense that we all fall for emotionally binding stories and fears which confine us in our own made prisons. Stingy but the truth.


What am I listening to – 

There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back by Shawn Mendes


Quote I’m pondering on lately – 

“I don’t admire the person who has read 1,000 books, but I admire the person who has read one book 1,000 times.”

— Darius Foroux


Until Next Saturday!

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Himanshu

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Saturday-Pentacle – Week 28 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 27 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 27 – 2018


“Saturday-Pentacle”

Saturday-Pentacle - Week 21 - 2017


A shocking fact I learned recently – It’s about Google Photos App/Service from Google. I use this cloud based photo service everyday to share my photos with family and friends assuming that the photos which we stare with certain people are completely private. But I learned very recently that It’s not the case, any photo which you share as an album are created with a public link, if someone has that public link, they can see you pictures without any login or authorisation in Google without you giving them access. It’s scary and it’s something which broke my trust in some ways with Google. I discussed this matter on Google’s Photos related forums online but I was amazed to see many people didn’t know this and were shocked too. But Google is not doing anything about it right now, probably because it is not there priority right now. I think it should be their first priority to fix privacy of their proprietary software/app. Just imagine a hacker searching the Public URLs of our Google Photos app somehow finds one actual link and is able to access our photos without us knowing. That will be a nightmare.
I’m searching for an alternative to this app right now and I couldn’t find any as of yet. But hopefully Google fixes it, otherwise we all will have to eventually remove our photos from Google’s cloud servers and delete this app.


My most popular Instagram post recently

Rustic mystery!

It was a grey day rather evening should I say.
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My body was drained out of the juice and I wanted to sit somewhere immediately.
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That was when I heard a scratching sound……

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Rustic mystery! . It was a grey day rather evening should I say. . My body was drained out of the juice and I wanted to sit somewhere immediately. . That was when I heard a scratching sound which came from an old abandoned house from the left side of the street. . In this tiring condition I would never have turned my head towards this house which was rustic and strangely terrifying. . I saw there was a spiral staircase going up to first floor and then second floor subsequently. . There was something strange towards these stairs which was inviting, in a weird way. . Outer gate was open. Due to the rush of curiosity my tiredness was gone and I forgot about my body for sometime. . I couldn’t resist and went inside the outer boundary of this house. As I drew closer, the feeling of this strange pull was increasing in intensity. . I was hypnotised?I don’t know. But I was definitely not going inside on my own. . I moved closer towards the spiral staircase. As I clutched the old and rusty railing, my mind lit up and I felt like I was in a parallel universe. It was completely vivid. . The scene felt like 60s. I saw a few english chaps in front of the house and the house wasn’t rustic anymore. It was well painted and maintained house of an english colony. Then I saw a lady was standing at the gate of the 1st floor door, while I was at the start of the spiral staircase. . The lady was beautiful, but her face was expression less. In fact she seemed like a person from whom the life has been sucked out. . She pointed her finger towards me and signalled me to come up. . I felt so strong of an urge to go up immediately. . ‘Hey Boy, what the hell are you doing here? How did you get in?’, I heard this and I was back to reality. Standing just half way of the stairs between ground and first floor, i said, ‘Huh?’ As I got my wits together. . I realized I had a hard grip on the stairs rail and it was rustic and scary again. . ‘This house is spirited boy. Get out and never go back in ever again.’ He shouted again and went back in. I suddenly realised I was inside the house and outer gate was shut with a lock. . ‘How did I get in?’ I asked my terrified self as I jumped over the wall.

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Article I’m pondering on  —

Why You Need a “Deloading” Phase in Life – This article from Tim Ferriss is like having a detox Tea after a long day, when you sip it and it relieves the stress of the day. The same way this article can help and inspire you to create a deloading schedule for yourself to reduce your stress and manage your life in a better way. A good read.


What I’m listening to —

Guided Meditation by Tara Brach – This meditation from Tara Brach is so relaxing and it actually helps you release the tightness in your body and mind both.


Quote I’m pondering on lately – 

“Forget the mistakes of the past and press on to the greater achievements of the future.”

— Norman Vincent Peale


Until Next Saturday!

Thanks for reading.

Himanshu

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Saturday-Pentacle – Week 27 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 26 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 26 – 2018


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Saturday-Pentacle - Week 21 - 2017


Post of the week –

Disk Drill

This is a data recovery app, recently due to power failure one of my external harddrive stopped showing one of my backup folders which contained all the backups of my devices. Loosing it would have been a big crisis. While searching for a data recovery tool, I found Disk Drill app for Mac. I Installed it and it started showing all the deleted data which I could recover, from the day one of the drive. If you are in that kind of situation, try it once it will just blow your mind.

It’s available both for Windows and Mac on their website.


My most popular Instagram post recently

Life in motion!


Article I’m pondering on – The Evolution of Anxiety: Why We Worry and What to Do About It – This is an interesting article on how human brain has evolved from being in an ‘immediate return environment’ to a ‘delayed return environment’. That caused an evolution of anxiety as well. But this article also provides solution to this problem and how to reduce that anxiety.


Re-listening this old song —This is a song of one of my favourite bands ‘JAL’ from their days together –


Quote I’m pondering on lately – 

“Divide each difficulty into as many parts as is feasible and necessary to resolve it.”

— René Descartes


Until Next Saturday!

Thanks for reading.

Himanshu

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Saturday-Pentacle – Week 26 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 25 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 25 – 2018


“Saturday-Pentacle”

Saturday-Pentacle - Week 21 - 2017


Post of the week –

New episode on “The Himanshu Sachdeva Show” today –

#17 – Why hustling without focus kills productivity?

In this episode, I’m talking about unfocused hustling and why it’s bad for productivity.


My most popular Instagram post recently

Banks of Ganges!

Throw back to my Benares trip 2.5 years back.
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Book I’m re-listening  —

 The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman – I’m listening to this book for the second time on Audible. It’s one of the very good fiction books I have ever read, apart from the story and characters, Neil Gaiman who has written this book has also narrated this book in his own voice, does a mind-blowing job. He takes you to a completely different world the of the dead, the ghouls and the witches which is not actually spooky. If you want to get away from your world and problems for sometime, listen to this book while driving car or commuting to work, this book will be worth you time.


What am I listening –

Federico Aubele – Maria Jose – I’m listening to this old Spanish album of Federico Aubele. It’s great to write on this music. It’s groovy and it can put you in a rhythm. Great listen.


Quote I’m pondering on lately – 

“Poetry heals the wounds inflicted by reason.”

— Novalis


Until Next Saturday!

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Himanshu

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Saturday-Pentacle – Week 25 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 24 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 24 – 2018


“Saturday-Pentacle”

Saturday-Pentacle - Week 21 - 2017


Post of the week –

How this amazing medium helped me read more than 9 hours a week? – Re-sharing one of articles from couple of years back. This tells why I love audio.


My most popular Instagram post recently

Holy after eight!

Holy basil, spearmint with the base of black tea. This was a like a light mint you have after food.

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Article I found interesting  —

How Tim Ferriss Survived Suicidal Depression and His Tools for Warding Off the Darkness – This article is a story of one of my favorite writers where he tells about his story of dark days when he almost committed suicide and how an incident helped him out to get out of that zone and the tools he used to stay away from that zone.

An intimate story, I think every person should read who is going through difficult times. It teaches a great lesson. To quote Tim in a very powerful sentence – “Killing yourself is like taking your pain, multiplying it by 10, and giving it to the ones who love you.”


What am I watching —

Brilliant Reason Why Neil deGrasse Tyson Doesn’t Put Cover on His iPhone– An intersting short clip of Neil deGrasse Tyson on why he doesn’t cover on his phone.


Quote I’m pondering on lately – 

“We are what our thoughts have made us; so take care about what you think. Words are secondary. Thoughts live; they travel far.”

— Swami Vivekananda


Until Next Saturday!

Thanks for reading.

Himanshu

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Saturday-Pentacle – Week 24 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 23 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 23 – 2018


“Saturday-Pentacle”

Saturday-Pentacle - Week 21 - 2017


Post of the week –

New episode on “The Himanshu Sachdeva Show” today –

#16 – My under $1000 Photography Setup

In this episode, I’m sharing my under $1000 photography setup which I use as my daily driver for making photos.


My most popular Instagram post recently

Aide-mémoire!

I came out of that wooden door and it shut back on its own behind my back. She was…………..
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Aide-mémoire!⠀ .⠀ I came out of that wooden door and it shut back on its own behind my back. She was sitting on the couch right in front. Her face was a little red, I couldn't understand. As soon as I approached her, I saw tears rolling down her eyes!⠀ .⠀ She didn't even know I had come out until I sat right next to her on the left. She quietly said in her Israeli accent. "Hey….you are back."⠀ .⠀ I couldn't say a word, I was presumably sad. But seeing her jotting down something in her handmade diary, which she bought somewhere from middle India while her explorations, I said, "What are you writing?"⠀ .⠀ "I'm in love. So I'm writing about it before the moment passes by." She replied while struggling to smile.⠀ .⠀ I smiled back even though I too was feeling sadness.⠀ .⠀ I waited another few minutes, for her to finish. Then I asked, "May I see it?"⠀ .⠀ She said, "No, I can't let you see, it's personal. It's between me and Mama India."⠀ .⠀ I giggled, listening to her kiddish response. But I respected her decision of not showing me the mémoire.⠀ .⠀ Then she laughed through her tears while spilling a few of 'em (tears) on my face when she shook her face with laughter, and said, "Oh! my dear, I wrote about this entire journey I took through India and people I met, like you! It's really difficult for me to think about the fact that I'm leaving in a few hours. I love India and every time I come back I experience something new through which I find a new piece of my soul.That's what makes me keep coming back."⠀ .⠀ "Will you come back again next time?" I asked.⠀ .⠀ "Of course, I will. To touch the surface of this great country, To touch the water of the mother Ganges! To meet you!! I pretty sure will come back!" She replied smiling while still having her eyes wet.⠀ .⠀ She moved forward teary eyed and we hugged each other.⠀ .⠀ "Is she an old Indian soul, who crave for her motherland while being in the body of an Israeli woman?" I though while we hugged.⠀ .⠀ After hugging I looked into her eyes and I had the answer.⠀ .⠀ #story⠀ #israel⠀ #miti⠀ #woodendoor⠀ #contemplation⠀ #love⠀ #tears⠀ #sadness⠀ #hapiness

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Article I’m pondering on  —

Difference between Gargoyles vs. Grotesque. – If you wonder about the Gothic structures like I do when I’m walking the streets of South Bombay. It always made me curious when I saw ugly sculptures sitting fixed on those beautiful buildings some sprouted water and some didn’t.

This article will solve that mystery. Check it out.


What am I watching —

Perspective – Re-sharing one of my favourite apple videos. It is inspiring, it provokes emotions. Maybe it will help you see things differently.


Quote I’m pondering on lately – 

“It is impossible to learn that which one thinks one already knows”

— Seneca the Younger


Until Next Saturday!

Thanks for reading.

Himanshu

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Saturday-Pentacle – Week 23 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 22 – 2018


Saturday-Pentacle – Week 22 – 2018


“Saturday-Pentacle”

Saturday-Pentacle - Week 21 - 2017


Post of the week –

New episode on “The Himanshu Sachdeva Show” today –

#15 – How to manage tons of information and Social Media effectively?

This episode is about managing Information and Social media effectively so that your brain energy is not sucked out completely.

In this post, I also provide a few apps for mindfulness.


My most popular Instagram post recently

Calm!
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I couldn’t take it any more.I saw him doing it again. He was completely drunk. Right side of his pant was dripping black water. Again his feet must…….
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Calm! . I couldn't take it any more. . I saw him doing it again. He was completely drunk. Right side of his pant was dripping black water. Again his feet must have went into the drain in front of the street. He seemed weaker, he was home after 3 days. . He came inside and started blabbering shit. . Maa yelled at her, "Why don't you just die? At least we will be at peace. You just need your bottle and nothing else." . He blabbered at her and started shouting, abusing and calling names. . I was watching from inside the small room when he started slapping her relentlessly. She started crying slowly. But he didn't stop. Then she was almost shouting while she was beating her bad. . I couldn't take it any more and I took my cricket bat along. I didn't warn him. I just attacked him on his feet with my bat. He couldn't understand what was going on because of the influence. But I kept on going. I hit him hard. He fell on his knees. Then I striked one massive blow to his back. He started crying and shouting. He joined his hands and started begging me to stop. But I didn't stop. I kept on hammering him on his back. He was now lying on his stomach. Blood was dripping from many spots from his back, he blacked out. I was about to go for his head for the final fatal shot. Maa saw my eyes, she knew I am going to kill him, so she yelled at me. Nooo! She stormed in between my bat and him. I realized it almost when I was about to strike, I stopped the bat and swang it the other way. She started crying and repeated, No! No! No! . I didn't say anything and stopped. . I went inside, threw the blood stained bat in corner, I thew my and mom's clothes in a bag telling her that we are leaving. She didn't say anything, so I took her silence as acceptance. She had enough of this violence. I grabbed her hand and left from the house. Neighbors were all right in front. Many shouting what happened? But I didn't say a word neither did Maa. . We left the town that night and came to the city. . . Now I come here to dip in the sea almost every morning. All the worries, all the thoughts fade away when I listen to these waves. . . . . #fiction #story #violence #kid #maa #father #writing #sea #waves

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Person I ‘m fascinated with  —

Elon Musk – He is the founder of some of the revolutionary companies like SpaceX, Tesla, Neuralink and The boring company. Before that, he was one of the founders of PayPal which eBay acquired and gave him a wealth of US$ 165 Millions. Right now Elon’s net worth is US$20.2 billion (source).

He is like real life Iron Man. Has the mind of an engineer and a problem solver. I’m just fascinated with how he is executing all of his plans. Mainly it is because he has the money now and a bunch of teams working for him round the clock but still as an individual how much he is accomplishing is almost superhuman.


A new gadget in my wishlist —

A gadget to make your dumb airconditioner smart – I’m fascinated with all things automation, so while doing research on new (home) automation products. I stumbled upon this gadget which can connect your old split or window ac (basically any ac with an infrared remote) with your wifi and hence you can control it from anywhere. You can also do geofencing with it. So that if you come in the radius of certain meters of your house it automatically can turn on the AC and vice versa.


Quote I’m pondering on lately – 

“The good in life does not depend on life’s length, but upon the use we make of it. It is possible, or rather usual, for a man who has lived long, lived too little.”

— Seneca the Younger


Until Next Saturday!

Thanks for reading.

Himanshu

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Saturday-Pentacle – Week 22 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 21 – 2018

Saturday-Pentacle – Week 21 – 2018


“Saturday-Pentacle”

Saturday-Pentacle - Week 21 - 2017


Post of the week –

New episode on “The Himanshu Sachdeva Show” today –

#14 – Story time – On my toes in the back of an uber!

Today’s episode is a new section called Story Time where I tell a story I lived through or heard.

Today’s story is about of a late night Uber ride I took recently.


My most popular Instagram post recently

While coming back from Nashik, we took a detour through the mountain valley accidently.
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There were mountain capes all around the road. But the most amazing thing which happened was the river we found flowing through these mountains and almost 400 meters away from the road we were on.
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It was a scene almost out of a filmic landscape. Mountains in the backdrop and the river and the riverbank in the front.
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Riverbank was soft. But we could stand over it.
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Right before the road there were these flowers grown from near the rock. Almost like dandelions but they weren’t.
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Then we were back to the car and off we started back to our path.

Detour!
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Detour! . While coming back from Nashik, we took a detour through the mountain valley accidently. . There were mountain capes all around the road. But the most amazing thing which happened was the river we found flowing through these mountains and almost 400 meters away from the road we were on. . It was a scene almost out of a filmic landscape. Mountains in the backdrop and the river and the riverbank in the front. . Riverbank was soft. But we could stand over it. . Right before the road there were these flowers grown from near the rock. Almost like dandelions but they weren't. . Then we were back to the car and off we started back to our path. . . #detour #mountain #valley #nashik #roadtrip #dandelion #flower

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Article I found interesting  —

Rebuilding Your Savings After An Emergency Expense – If you are interested in achieving financial freedom and you were on the path to creating funds to get out of the job (you don’t like) or to start a business (you always wanted), but what if an emergency happens? (it’s not rare, it happens)

This article guides well on how to come back from an emergency and rebuilding your savings again.


What am I watching —

Woman by HONNE – Found this really ambient piece on a Spotify Playlist. If you had a rough day it will set you up for the evening.


Quote I’m pondering on lately – 

“We must free ourselves of the hope that the sea will ever rest. We must learn to sail in high winds.”

— Aristotle


Until Next Saturday!

Thanks for reading.

Himanshu

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Saturday-Pentacle – Week 21 – 2018