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Capture•some•of•that•Light 🪔 vimal•samuel

Too much or too little light makes it hard to see. Having just enough is ideal for getting by. Whether that be positivity,  perseverance, cheerfulness,  belief, love, or anything else that sustains you – it’s contagious. 

Every door is a mystery
Hidden from our sight
It’s never too late to redirect
Capture some of that light

Take another step
When all you have left
Treasure every breath
The sun hasn’t set

Open doors and the sky’s alight
Release all the pain inside
Abandon fear, then recognize
All your dreams to realize

No one else can set you free
Love is not a fight
Hold onto your truth within
Share some of that light

Take another step,
When all you have left
Treasure every breath
The sun hasn’t set

Open doors and the sky’s alight
Believe there’s no need to hide
Abandon fear, then recognize
All your dreams to realize

Hiking in the Nilgiris – Tiger Hill, Ooty

This is an easy hike that can be done from Fun City on Ooty-Coonoor road.

Directions: At the junction that turns right to Coimbatore and goes straight toward Coonoor, take the left leading to Fun City. Follow the road up to the end where you will see a trail leading up the hill.

There is a small lake that feeds another pond at a lower elevation. The pond can be accessed from the start of the trail by taking the path that passes a small hut where eucalyptus oil is made. This pond isn’t that big, so you might choose to skip it if you want to see the lake.

The trail to the lake is mostly uphill and can take around 10 to 15 minutes with breaks. Once you reach flat ground continue heading forward into the forest. Don’t continue on the trail that leads up the hill. It won’t lead you to the lake. You should be able to hear the sound of water flowing to your left until you reach the lake.

The trail to the lake continues deeper into the forest, heading towards Doddabetta, which is 3 km away. I hope to do that hike one day.

Show Review 3: Alice in Borderland

⭐⭐⭐⭐

Interesting for sure. Sometimes it seems like this is Japan’s answer to Squid Game, but Alice in Borderland does explore other topics like existentialism.
I don’t remember much of the first season, apart from some action-packed games which I liked. In the second season, some players refer to their time at a beach and I have no recollection of that whatsoever.
Regardless, there are positives and negatives in the second season. Something which I didn’t care much for is Arisu’s over-the-top acting. Some of the other characters have a more calculated approach to the games, which I could relate to.
I must say that the last episode of Season 2 kept me guessing even after the last scene. There are some very dramatic reveals and reunions that are touching.
Definitely worth watching if you like apocalyptic storylines with some romance and camaraderie thrown in.
What’s with that card in the last scene, though? Damn, it never ends…

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10795658/?ref_=tt_urv