December 29, 2014

Nature's Touch Monday: The Color of Spectrum

Two weeks ago, on our way to work, Mommy and I witnessed a very beautiful masterpiece of Mother Nature - Rainbow.

That day, the rainbow is very beautiful because it was a complete arc rather than just a portion. So I pulled the car and framed it. The photo below is actually two photos merged together using Photoscape.

"Rainbows introduce us to reflections of different beautiful possibilities
so we never forget that pain and grief
are not the final options in life."

- Aberjhani, Journey Through the Power of the Rainbow

Rainbow

A rainbow is formed when the light coming from the sun passes raindrops. These droplets of water acts like a prism that will separate the colors of the visible light known as the spectrum. (the Physics Classroom)

Have you seen a rainbow lately?

December 25, 2014

Merry Christmas!

Let us not forget the true meaning of Christmas ~ the Birth of Jesus Christ.

photo credits: hdwallpaperck.com

Merry Christmas everyone!

December 3, 2014

Wordless Wednesday: The Stigma

"The frangrance of flowers
spreads only n one direction of the wind.
But the goodness of a person
spreads in all directions."
- Chanakya

The Stigma

December 1, 2014

Nature's Touch Monday: Mutalism

"Life is give and take,
we open up our heart and hold onto your trust.
We gift our love and are gifted with goodness.
If we don't give and take in our everyday lives,
then we have nothing to aspire or model to,
give and take it's the gift to life."
- Jasmina Siderovski


"Mutualism"

One of the difficult topics for me during high school days is the ecological interaction in biology subject. There are several interactions happening between organisms and most of them ends with "ism". One thing that stored in my mind is "mutualism" wherein both organisms benefit with each other's activity.

Just like the above photo, the  butterfly benefits from the nectar produced by the flower. On the other hand, the flower undergoes pollination process with the help of the butterfly. This interaction is also referred as "give-and-take" relationship.

This "give-and-take" can be seen this holiday season during exchange gifts in schools and offices. But if we are going to apply this in our daily activities, we must not consider this type of relationship. Giving in good faith is not waiting for something in return. Just think of the Karma Law. 

And if we are the one that received something, small or big, don't forget to say THANKS as an appreciation.

Have a very nice start of the week!