Easter Holidays & Water Festival in Bangkok (Songkran) is a holiday period everyone looks forward to. An important event on the Buddhist calendar, this water festival marks the beginning of the traditional Thai New Year. The name Songkran comes from a Sanskrit word meaning ‘passing’ or ‘approaching’. A few days off opens the door for more creative work and socializing. Crawling out of my den and appreciating the day feels good. However, loads of errands need to be completed and suddenly I feel like a superwoman.
The past few days, I have been clinging on this notion and those notions have become pondering thoughts developing an impression which I believe is better to let go. Sometimes, a person would meet new people and for that short period of time he/she would be embraced with unconditional love and respect. Something about the person touches your soul and that person is ready to sail the boat elsewhere. Then one would get a wake up call, thinking of the whole idea was to meet and fulfill the journey only or probably for that short time. At this point of time, a miracle or a prayer answered would do the magic to continue sailing the boat with that person.
For now, in the moment, it feels great to write and I am still discovering my life being a mystery. Tears of joy and pain warms my heart leaving memories for a lifetime. Let’s see where the journey of life takes me to. For now everything is just a mystery. Happy Holidays!