I wish everyone a very Happy Holi, specially my Indian friends who celebrate this festival with great enthusiasm. May this vivacious festival of colors brighten up your life with happiness and sweet moments filled with vibrancy.
Holi is on one of the most colorful festival of India. I basically love all the Indian festivals, they add so much of spark into life.
Imagine life without colors, how dull it would be. Colors are like visual fragrance, when there are the right colors around us it can brighten up our space. Colors have a lot of significance in our overall existence. The Aura our etheric body holds different colors and the intensity and colors variations of our Aura can depict our state of health. The 7 Chakras in our Physical body are also associated with colors and have deep meaning to them. I am not getting deep into this, but just that we understand how significant colors are to life and if we understand the meaning of colors well, we can also put it to our use and make a shift in our energies.
The last time I celebrated Holi was 2 years ago. It was so much fun. I am missing it. There are no celebrations now, all that we keep hearing is Lockdowns, mask and social distancing :-(
Anyways life still needs to move on with the right spirit and zeal and make the most of it with what is there for now.
It was a fun day, I am reminiscing on the memories. My Son had also come down and we all in our group had gone to the beach to celebrate Holi.
There was live DJ music, rain dance and so much fun. We had a great time.
Ghosh, can't imagine how much of mess we had created that day, but then these are the memories we look back to 💖
I hope and pray that these come back soon and all of this Covid madness now ends, so that we can live peacefully our lives just like how it was before. Celebrate all our festivals without any restrictions and just live normal lives.
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