Why I Focus on People and Portraits

At the end of the ‘Everyday Inspiration” course, as a wrap-up, I could choose to revisit a previous assignment. On Day Fifteen, the prompt’s idea should have come from one of my readers.

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Top Five Posts For Everyday Inspiration

This is Day Nineteen of “Everyday Inspiration Course”, and I am sharing a roundup of great reads from my fellow bloggers in the course. Please visit their blogs and enjoy their work.

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Revealing Layers of Alhambra’s Past

My submission for the this week’s photo challenge brought me back to Alhambra palace in Granada, Spain. The wealth of its architecture unfolds past layers that display the interplay of religion, politics and royalty with power.

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About My Behaviour

In some of my posts of late, “What is a Glass Half Empty?” and “Chill Out, You Don’t Matter”, I have talked about other persons’ behaviours. After a few days, I felt that I have given an impression that I place mine above others and that I’m faultless. I’m not.

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What Is a Glass Half Empty?

And as I have reached Day Eighteen of Everyday Inspiration, I got a prompt to use a map as my muse. “Maps that tell tales about ourselves and the places we come from, that we miss, that we’ve reshaped in our minds. We use maps to identify locations, track movements, and to make sense of […]

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Kidnapped By My Smartphone

Day Sixteen of Everyday Inspiration course is about mining my material. I should dig through my social media, looking for inspiration for a new post.

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Chill Out, You Don’t Matter

I disregard opinions about me, from people whom I just met, unless they are positive. 😉 I am human. Little I knew that a complete stranger would challenge this principle, like a duel with a bull terrier.

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