No Time! Are you sure?

This is the clock we  purchased recently. Since then, we have enough time to do anything and everything. Time is a matter of our choice.

“If you do not have the time to do something, think again! Remove the damn battery from the clock. This is how clocks work. Isn’t it? So, Relax, life is too short to worry about time”. 🙂


© 2014 Ahmad and Ahmad

What to do?

To-Do? Done!

Today’s Prompt: Quickly list five things you’d like to change in your life. Now, write a post about a day in your life once all five have been crossed off your to-do list.

Here is what we would do. 


One, Two told us to do;

What to do? Oh! What to do?

And here comes Three, the working tree;

Oh, please, please set us free!

Says Four, Five; live this life;

Why not! We wanna go on a long drive!


What to do? Oh! What to do?

Never waste your time thinking what to do.

Take it easy, take it slow;

Love yourself, go with the flow.

Welcome everyday, just let it come;

And soon you see, everything will be done!

© 2014 Ahmad and Ahmad

Humanity: The Connection

Humanity : “The Connection”

(The photograph was taken five years back, in Nainital, Uttarakhand, India. Behind is the Naini Lake. We could not find any better way to relate this photograph to Humanity: “The Connection”). The conversation follows….

The Connection
Naini lake, Uttarakhand, India

The other day our nine year old child asked us,

“Who is our Great Great Great Great……Great Great Great Grandfather and Grandmother?”

There was a quick reply from us. “Adam and Eve!”

But the nine year old child’s scientific mind was searching for the truth. He was mystified with the world population, the diverse races, classes and religions. Quick cropped up another query!

“No, no, who is ‘MY’ Great Great…..Great Grandfather or Grandmother?”

We smiled at him as he emphasized on the word ‘MY’, and we made an attempt to explain the history.

Honestly, we did not have the right answer. His interrogation left us entangled with history, religion and mythology. And even more intricate is the scientific debate that we are descendants of the Ape! Oh!

No wonder, this could leave anyone baffled with the question,

“How are we all connected?”

© 2014 Ahmad and Ahmad

WordPress Radio

WordPress radio

WordPress Daily Prompt came up with a Voice WorkYour blog is about to be recorded into an audio-book. If you could choose anyone — from your grandma to Samuel L. Jackson — to narrate your posts, who would it be?

We paused for a moment, and this is what we came up with. Read on to find out our narrator!

Audio-book of our blog will call for that “accurate inflection” to draw the attention and attract the diverse listeners from around the globe. Perception differs. Our blog is one where our intuitions meet words and our adventure meets the photographs. We love to read and re-read our posts. We love to get lost in our photographs. We love to take that ride through our blog anywhere and anytime. As the saying goes, “Love yourself, and the world will love you”. We love our blog!

Actors on stage give their best performance when they get involved and get lost in their act. So, if there is anyone who can narrate our posts with the accurate degree of emotions and feelings that the posts carry, it would be none other than “WE”. We would record our posts into an audio-book and listen to them with sheer enthusiasm every time we wish to relive our thoughts and expressions.

However, more than an audio-book, we would rather prefer a video or a slide show of our blog. “What did Sia Positive just say?” “Was it Dream or Cream?” “The post on Incredible Journey was indeed incredible. But we missed those adventurous photographs.”

Dear WordPress, without further delay, help us make a video of our blog. We do not want to disappoint our listeners. 🙂

© 2014 Ahmad and Ahmad

Adventure through the Hills

This time we would like to take you on an adventure through the hills. Fasten your seat belts!!! 🙂

Visualize carrying the cooking cylinder on your back as you walk up the hill. How do you feel? Adventurous. 


How about helping the local people to clear the road after a landslide? 


Driving through the hills on a rainy day keeps your heart pumping with great speed, faster than your speedometer 

Road block

Unexpected snowfall. Want to take the drive ahead? 


© 2014 Ahmad and Ahmad

The Couple Silhouetted against the Window

The Black and White Challenge: Seating and  Silhouetted

This is WE: The blogging trio! Seated and Silhouetted against a Window. The photographer is our ‘little inspiration’, who keep us moving in the roller coaster ride of life. 🙂

The window

 © 2014 Ahmad and Ahmad

Contrasting Colours

 Colour Wheel…

Yes, we all are aware of this colour wheel. When two colours from different segments (warm and cool segments) of the color wheel are paired, we get what is called contrasting colors. When placed next to each other, they create a strong feeling of strength and a special bond of comfort and support. For example, red is from the warm half of the color wheel and green is from the cool half.

The basic contrasting colours are:

  • Red and Green
  • Yellow and Violet (Purple)
  • Blue and Orange

The photographs below exhibit this ‘contrasting colours’. Have a look! 🙂


Red and Green

Red and green 2


Purple and yellow


Blue and orange

And finally…..the NATURAL COLOUR WHEEL!!!


All in one

© 2014 Ahmad and Ahmad

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Contrasting Colours

Tears of Happiness


Yes, tears. When we read this word, the immediate thought that crossed our mind is that moment of grief, when water tickles down our face sweeping away those heaviness hidden in our heart. Do tears have a second or a third meaning?

We are no scientists. We love to discover. We will try to discover the science of tears in our own unique way.

Words have always kept us mesmerized. Ever imagined a world without words? We think it is ‘HEAVEN’. And why do we say so? Because, our good thoughts, get reflected in our eyes and body language and we do not need any words to express them. For instance, love needs no words. It is a silent emotion. But, matters turn worse when we deal with words and that transforms love into hate.

Now, the word we are going to play with, is “Tears”.

Tear means ‘to pull apart to pieces”. Indeed, when we are deeply hurt, our heart feels like torn to pieces and the resultant is seen in the form of water flowing down slowly from our eyes. But we were wondering; if tear means “to be torn to pieces”, as the dictionary states; why do we cry when we are happy? Remember those ‘tears of joy’, when our happiness knows no bounds? Why do women cry so much? Why men do not cry?

We are surrounded by emotions. A song or a movie has the power to prick those emotions in us and the chemical reactions of the brain compel our eyes to release those salty waters. But tears are not just the sole authority of those heartfelt sentiments or sorrow or pain. There are small wonders in our day to day life that have that unseen force to bring tears to our eyes and carry us into a world full of love, beauty and appreciation. These wonders give us ‘tears of happiness’.

In the course of our life, we happen to pass by these wonders. They need to be treasured. They not only bring tears to our eyes but also can arouse a sense of belonging to someone or something, living or non-living. Yes, the most delicate thought in someone’s lifetime is the feeling of belonging- belonging to a family, a country, a society, to nature, to this mysterious world.

Can you relate to the following instances? Read on to find out and feel it They will definitely take you to a whole new world of freshness and tranquility, a world away from all sorrow and grief, and who knows, your attitude towards life! 🙂

  • That moment of joy, when a couple looks at their newborn baby- those tiny hands and legs, those tiny eyes, lost in its own world and that baby smell. Reminds of a heavenly bond between the child and the parents.
  • Ever watched someone (a child, your spouse or even an elderly person) sleeping? The closed eyes rest in peace, unaware of the hubbub of the surrounding environment. That moment of silence feels like heaven on earth. That moment teaches us to forgive and forget.
  • That first day of school when we used to hold onto your mother and cry aloud. That moment makes us feel there is no place like home and a mother’s warmth that provides that comfort zone in our life.
  • That last day in school, college or university at the farewell party; the tearful goodbye to wonderful teachers and friends. Those tears are tears of joy of stepping into a new world with high hopes and aspirations, responsibility and freedom.
  • That moment when a father bids adieu to his daughter on her wedding day. Those are not tears of sorrow but, in it is the hidden happiness that his child has grown up, ready to take care of a family of her own. And the happiness of the girl knows no bounds- thrilled and excited to enter that dream world!
  • The immeasurable patience of a woman to swallow all pain in silence and conceal them behind a smiling face.
  • That moment when the sun sets behind the horizon, taking away all pain and relieving us of sorrow and misery. The solace makes the eyes moist.
  • That moment when the sun rises, bringing with it new hopes and dreams and making us feel alive again! Feels like a new life with a new beginning, all set to fight the battle of life once again.
  • Watching those mighty mountains, high and tough, standing untouched at the same place, all alone, yet, spreading happiness and comfort to the eyes of the spectator. They are the best example of inner strength.
  • Those plants and tress, that can neither move or speak. They can not scream when the wind hurts them, they can not speak when humans destroy them; we appreciate their strength with moist eyes. They are the symbol of silence and patience.
  • Visualize lying down together with your beloved in a vast open field, all alone, staring at the clear night sky in silence, watching the stars twinkle, breathing the freshness of the night sky and get lost in the gigantic dark space above. No worries attached, no duties or responsibilities but only smiles of happiness all around. We cry with joy. Don’t we?
  • Those moments when animals and birds display love and affection and make humans say, “they are better than us”.
  • That moment of cheer when the team representing your country or club wins that game. That moment makes us feel like members of one family.

And last but not the least…

Hidden tears of men that reflects his strength and ability to protect women and care for her.

Do you have any other instances that bring tears of happiness?

© 2014 Ahmad and Ahmad

Wheels in the Fields

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: The topic for this weeks challenge is Wheels:  transportation, water wheels, spinning wheels.


These wheels run in the field,

The body of which is made of steel;

It helps to plough and soften the soil

And cheers the poor farmer’s turmoil.

© 2014 Ahmad and Ahmad