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Finding joy in mundane things: The broken window

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“Freedom is the open window through which pours the sunlight of the human spirit and human dignity.”

~ Herbert Hoover

The house right opposite my balcony is quite old. I am seeing it in the same condition ever since we moved in this neighborhood some 15 years earlier. Every morning before I leave for the office I see the window, almost broken, remains closed. I wonder how the habitats of the house can live in such a damp, decaying house which may collapse any day! Does light and fresh wind ever enter in their house? To my surprise, that day on a sunny afternoon, I found the window in half-open state… and I got a bit curious too! 😉

I publish this post as part of the Mundane Monday Challenge given by my blogger friend Jithin aka Trablogger.

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Wish you a happy and happening week ahead! 🙂

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23 thoughts on “Finding joy in mundane things: The broken window

    1. Thank you 🙂 …that quote is a favorite of mine. And if it were you we could get a captivating story to read …but you know, I dare not think about writing a story… shuru korte kortei lokejon paliye jabe … 😀 😉

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    1. Yeah, I would like to explore …but by zooming in …dare not enter a house like this. Who knows… it may collapse right on my head! 😀 Thank you for the comment Andy.

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