Am feeling pretty darn sorry for myself right now.
Between the disgusting air pollution here in Delhi which is completely wrecking any attempts at running and training outdoors
The near-certainty that yet again I won’t get to see my children this Christmas
The whole damned Covid mess getting that much more frightening with the new Omicron variant
A whole lot of other political rubbish that will only get me trolled if I write about it…
So the choice was either to weep and shriek and moan all over you.
To give you a delightful cheer-y-uppy story.
So voilà, here you go – an ADORABLE story from the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, where a lovely-sounding man has built a replica of the Taj Mahal for his wife 🙂
Here are Mr. & Mrs. Chouksey, who look just so damn nice and normal and happy, bless them:
Chouksey now plans to mount an Indian flag on top of the main dome and add symbols from India’s most popular religions to the four minarets surrounding his new manor.
The thing I love the best about this man is his statement (below):
“We want to send a message of peace and religious harmony. There is a lot of hate around. Love solves all problems in life and Taj Mahal is a symbol of that,” he said.
Mr. Chouksey, you are so so right, and I love your philosophy. India needs all the religious harmony possible these days, so thank you for saying so!
Just remember, everyone, that “love solves all problems in life” 🙂
Sending you all love and peace and hoping that we all stay safe and healthy 🙂
I love the house, his sentiments, his thoughts about love, and national and religious harmony, but I cannot help remembering that the original Taj Mahal is a tomb.
Armin Kalyanram I agree re the tomb, but he clearly sees only the love angle.
It’s true, love does solve all problems, but you have to share it with everyone, not just one’s family, one’s village, one’s country.
quel merveilleux souvenir 6 années de bonheur à Dehra Dun
Je t’avais trouvé un peu optimiste hier avec la réouverture des vols. Bon courage
Veronique Boulat oui, j’étais bien trop optimiste…
Bon courage à toute la planète mais je conçois que pour une maman cela doit être très dur.