I have this weird habit of staring at my sister for no good reason while she’s doing something mundane like talking on the phone. Then she suddenly notices me looking at her and gets so startled and kind of scared but still keeps giggling because that’s what we do. We giggle.
But then the other day I caught her staring at me while we were sitting and having some Immuni-tea (my invention) on a cold Delhi winter night. And she said - “you know I realise now why I stare at you sometimes, because I’m just happy you’re here. And I’m just looking at you being here and that’s it!” And bam! So many things suddenly made sense. Why I sit and stare at the moon on full moon nights or distinctly feel like it’s staring back at me. Or why I just look at the trees happy with the winter sun. I’m just happy they’re there. I’m just happy for their presence.
One such moment was captured at the Ice Caves in Austria. They take your breath away and you can’t but me thankful to just be alive and in their company. .
Gyeongbokgung Palace, Seoul, South Korea 🏯🇰🇷
Built in 1395, Gyeongbokgung is the largest of the five grand palaces of the Joseon dynasty. It continued to serve as the main palace until 1592 when the premises were destroyed by fire during the Japanese invasions. .
It lay in ruins for almost 300 years before being rebuilt in 1865 only to be destroyed again by the Japanese during their colonial rule of Korea. Much of what we see today are accurate recent reconstructions 👷♀️
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