Vaidehi Ashram Kids Shirdi Trip Photographs Part 1

 
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A quick glance at the below pictures and you will know how much fun the kids had and the joy & happiness they must have felt when a wish of theirs got fulfilled, thank to you all. It was a pure delight to sift through the photographs the girls have taken during their trip and compile the best ones for the blog which I will be sharing with you all  for next few days.

Their Shirdi trip went for a week where they started from Hyderabad on a Sunday night and visited places like Pandaripur, Nasik, Ajant & Ellora Caves, Aurangabad, Shirdi and Basara.

Here are the first lot of the photographs... Enjoy!

Breath in experience. ~ Muriel Rukeyser


One joy scatters a hundred griefs. ~ Chinese proverb

“To need nothing is divine, and the less a man needs the nearer does he approach to divinity” ~  Socrates

I rejoice in what I have and I know that fresh new experiences are always ahead.  I greet the new with open arms.  I trust life to be wonderful. ~ Louise Hay

I breathe in the fullness and richness of life.  I observe with joy as life abundantly supports me and supplies me with more good than I can imagine.   – Louise Hay

Too much of a good thing can be wonderful. ~ Mae West

The joy of a spirit is the measure of its power. ~ Ninon de l’Enclos


While you are upon the earth, enjoy the good things that are here.   ~ John Selden

Happiness is a way of travel, not a destination. ~ Roy Goodman

{more photographs will be published tomorrow..}


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