As of now we are engaging with the new arrivals, and praying that all five make it to adulthood !
Sometimes I wonder how the birds know that it is the time to dance and celebrate? This integration with nature, being attuned to its rhythms and moods – we seem to be losing it
The beautiful peacocks are a delight to observe everyday. They keep us company and enhance our lives.
Another day ends and the next one beckons….
Observing peacocks in cities is engrossing and enlightening.
Every day the peacocks reveal an insight about themselves – their intelligence, survival skills and social behaviour.
The small break of three days in Dharamshala was about breathing again. Literally and metaphorically.
This hiccup of imposed social distancing will embed in us the value and sheer joy of human interaction and togetherness. Hopefully, that would be its lasting legacy!
The Covid-19 virus will be conquered – either by medicine, time or nature. Then how will it change the world? That is the question that engages us the most now.
“They are all in their homes Ashoka. But why they have stopped stepping out I don’t know. I will try and find out tomorrow.”