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I love creating things, be it using paper and pens the analog way or coding it all the digital way, but above all I love writing down the gazillions of thoughts buzzing in my head 24*7 about anything and everything. Poems aren't my forte but I may try my hand at it, for I fall under code-loving-writer category.

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Julian Sara Joseph

Aand my husband made chai today :)

Julian Sara Joseph

I'm longing for someone else to make chai today. So much that I slept off.

Julian Sara Joseph

Every time it's 4 pm and I am working from home, I miss my Dad's chai. Forget that, my Dad would always make me a cup of tea, every time he made it for himself. I don't think anyone in my family ever made tea for themselves alone unless no one else wanted.

Julian Sara Joseph

The time is already here for us to wake up
Now our salvation is nearer than it was when we believed.
The night has nearly given way to the day.

Julian Sara Joseph

Parousia (/pəˈruːziə/; Greek: παρουσία) is an ancient Greek word meaning presence, arrival, or official visit.

Julian Sara Joseph

Every second you make a choice in your life. If you were to list down each and every decision, you would know which one was for your good and which one was for the worse.

Julian Sara Joseph

Kairos (Ancient Greek: καιρός) is an Ancient Greek word meaning the right, critical, or opportune moment.

Julian Sara Joseph

eschatology
/ˌɛskəˈtɒlədʒi/
noun
the part of theology concerned with death, judgment, and the final destiny of the soul and of humankind.
"Christian hope is concerned with eschatology, or the science of last things"

Julian Sara Joseph

Rabbi Joshua Liebman: “Love and believe in yourself properly and you will love and believe in your neighbor.”

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Love your neighbour to understand what he goes through. Do not be selfishly in love with yourself to the extent that you turn a blind eye to your neighbour's difficulties.