The Quindecennial

There’s a lot that you can write, when you want to say something about something that has been fifteen years in the making. You could talk right from where and how it started and chronologically reach to the point you are, right now. Or you could extract specific events and talk of them as special markers. Then, there is the philosophising of the period, assimilated in a single presentation.


But it also happens, that you don’t need to say anything at all. Because everything that you want to say is already known, and everything that you feel is already experienced. And while social networks work overtime to corrupt the meaning of the word ‘friends’; there are, thankfully, places in this world where the essence of that word is just as beautiful as it was always supposed to be.

Thank God for that, and for you!


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