INDIA: Give Life a Second Chance.

Whoever believes that second chances do not exist, is completely mad. Life always offers us new chances to reinvent ourselves. Many people come to India looking for a life-changing experience, they come and go and take really good memories or adventures to tell. But those who dare to live and fall in love with its chaotically beautiful cities and culture, are the ones who give life a second chance. You grow in patience, tolerance, kindness, love. Communication goes beyond a spoken language and you begin to unlearn everything you thought you knew about life.

It’s been one year and a half in India already, however, it feels like forever. You never think that a place so different from what you grew up to, will finally feel like home. I’ve given my life many chances to reinvent itself, and this time I’m giving it a new second chance in India. In love with its contrasts and colors, spicing my life with their food, amazed by their rituals, enchanted by their chaotic daily life, with people with a huge heart and amazing potential to give the world a second chance.

I can only feel thankful with the Universe, making a little difference in the small things I do, feeling blessed for having the opportunity to let my life to be an inspiration to others, not to settle for any less and always seek to do what you love. Don’t worry if you feel lost, life always offers you opportunities to give it a new beginning, a new second chance. Have a sneak peek of my days exploring and rediscovering India, although there’s a lot more to see, every day I get to explore and celebrate life.

With love & joy,

~Rosella~

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Taj Mahal, India 2018.
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Agra Red Fort, India 2018.
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Agra Fort, India 2018
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Inside the Agra Fort
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Chowmahalla Palace – Hyderabad, India
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Chowmahalla Palace, Nizam’s Main Hall – Hyderabad, India.
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My First Indian-Telugu Wedding
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Telugu Wedding Rituals

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Shilparamam – Hyderabad, India 2018
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Lord Ganesh Idol, Shilparamam – Hyderabad, India 2018.
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Bengali Food Festival – Shilparamam, Hyderabad.
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Mehndi with my girls at Shilparamam.
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Just another day in India.
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Sweets and savouries
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Going nuts in Charminar
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Busy streets in Charminar, Hyderabad.
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Fruit market in Charminar, Hyderabad
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Charminar- Hyderabad, India 2018
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Ganesh Chaturthi, My Home Abhra.

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Ganesh immersion celebration.
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Women praying during Ganesh’s farewell

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Celebration, joy and love during Ganesh’s farewell.

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5 thoughts on “INDIA: Give Life a Second Chance.

  1. Rosella, many foreigners who visit India talk mostly about it’s poverty, hygiene, chaos and corruption. Of course, it’s challenging to adjust here but once you do, you realize what India and Indians are all about. So looks like you are in love with India and the warm hearted Indians.
    A big hug to you and hope you continue to enjoy your stay here.

    1. I’m thankful for the opportunity to share with others how good India has been to me. The world has already a lot and social media is a channel to reach others, why not do it in a positive way? We need to shift how we vibrate and always highlight the good things about people and life, that way we inspire others to start for themselves and slowly we will start making a difference.

    2. Beautifully written! India is a special and unique place, we are so fortunate we have had the opportunity to experience! My love, Evelyn

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