Life is meant to be lived and to not to be over-analysed.
Practicing The Subtle Art Of Detachment
Shreya Dalela

Then folks of all ages need to put the damn phone down and see what is happening in front of you. I speak from experience. At one point, I was aiming for amateur photography, especially in nature. After years of this, I stopped pointing and shooting every flower, tree, and mountain I saw. Instead, I learned to accept the beauty of what was right in front of me. I stopped looking for the best shot, angle, and lighting. I accepted the area I stood at for what it was.

Take a moment. Look around you. Snap the shot in your head.

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