No I am not 25 anymore, sometimes I get a bit sad about it.
I never realise what I had, I didn't follow my dreams or take measured risks or look hard enough for all possible opportunities. Many things I would like to change.
Having confidence, focus and maybe if I had a goal or some direction things could have been different.
I guess that's what it took to finally get me to this stage.
Being around people who help me learn about myself and how to get the best out of myself.
My confidence has grown, I have access to an amazing pool of people and resources and my time is obviously now, so there is nothing good to gain from thinking back and doing the "What ifs"? that's for sure!
I wish I looked as good as I did then too.
42 now and it's only Now that I need to start toning up again. Without regular work outs my body has an extra coating which some would say is good, but I am grateful it won't take much to get it back.
So I realise how blessed I am.
Woah that kind of sounds bad but I didn't want to come across as though I had a weight problem as I know I don't, it just feels good to flex and feel the muscles in your body and it makes me happier.
Old Dhaka Tragedy
Old dhaka has always been a beautiful subject for paintings. I always wanted to paint the power lines and rickshaws roaming around the Old dhaka streets.
But never thought of painting that like this one.
My deepest condolences are with the families.💔
The fire ripped through the neighbourhood of Chowkbazar, one of the crowded place of Old Dhaka.
37 fire- fighting units worked for 14hours to control the fire.
67 dead bodies were recovered.
There were kids, pregnant mothers, young men and women and families.
Old Dhaka is famous for its variety of foods and living of people of all religion in harmony.