Beautiful photomechanical prints of White Irises (1887-1897) by Ogawa Kazumasa. Original from The Rijksmuseum.

White Irises

Ogawa Kazumasa

Cherry Blossom

Ogawa Kazumasa

Beautiful photomechanical prints of Cherry Blossom (1887-1897) by Ogawa Kazumasa. Original from The Rijksmuseum.
Red hardcover book front cover

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Don’t expect that you will get it, but make your displeasure known if anyone tells you otherwise. It’s your basic human right to be treated equally in every way. Please start by telling off people when they are not treating you equally. Be polite but be stern, this will be usually your family, so its not going to be easy. People will tell you that you are overreacting, you are imagining things but if you are feeling it, its probably true. So, trust your emotions on this one. You have to do this confrontation even if people call you a Chudail, for your own emotional health.

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  1.  Sometimes things take time to change, self-realization for people around you might take a couple of years. So till then should we keep blaming ourselves or think something is wrong with us. We all have felt bad about something we haven’t even contributed to in the first place. You must emotionally detach from this situation and may be from these people also. Karm karon, phal ki iccha na karon ( Bhagvad Gita ). Go about living your life and stop feeling bad about it, focus on shining yourself so that people who undermine you will get some sense or not, who cares??

This article may trigger emotions and also please try this at home with discretion after having an extra dollop or two of courage. I take no responsibility of what happens whatsoever after. Just kidding or not, but Do it at your own time and pace, also judge your own situation and level of emotional strength. I just know You can do anything, even slay a dragon.

Close-up of dried, cracked earth.

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Trees are more important today than ever before. More than 10,000 products are reportedly made from trees. Through chemistry, the humble woodpile is yielding chemicals, plastics and fabrics that were beyond comprehension when an axe first felled a Texas tree.