There is always something incredibly beautiful and new from mixing and meshing – be it of time, flavor or culture.
At the Stanislas square with its cobbled ground, grand buildings, silent beauty and a twinkling Christmas tree it seemed that the centuries were celebrating in the rainy square.
The visit to Provins – a little snapshot of history – was a window to the chimerical nature of time. Eras and ages exist together, and we often forget that.
Eiffel in its own way carries a majesty and promise that lingers long after one has left Paris.
As we deal with the aftermath of the pandemic and rebuild economies and lives it is an opportune moment to delve into alternate ways to grow and live. For individuals, communities, cities and nations this is a time for a reset and new beginnings.