My Profound Thoughts

Simple yet subtle.. Profoundly silly yet thought-provoking.. Sums up life..

What do you think, folks?

“Everything alive deserves to live regardless of size, colour, shape, or the norms predetermined as standard or normal.”

There is no room for discussion in there.

“Oops! It came out a bit harsh!! 😳🤭🏃‍♀️🏃‍♀️🏃‍♀️ 😂😂😂


*a bit of background*

It’s Palm Sunday today; we had our church service yesterday afternoon. We celebrated the triumphant entry of the Messiah on a donkey to Jerusalem with palm leaves and flowers.

This morning I was setting the remaining flowers from yesterday in the vase properly, not that I know anything to do with flower arrangement, but I love to see them all pretty.

After sorting the blossoms, I cleared the kitchen worktop, and there I saw this flower that was not big enough to go in the vase.

Rolling my eyes, I took the flower and said,

“You too deserve to live, my dear little flower.”

After finding a small bottle to accommodate it, I sighed with satisfaction. And I thought,

“Everything alive deserves to live regardless of size, colour, shape, or the norms predetermined as standard or normal.”

What do you think folks?

Much love ❤️

~ Chinchu Gibu

One response to “What do you think, folks?”

  1. Yes, I agree everything alive deserves to live happily.
    Good one!

    Liked by 1 person

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About Me

I am Chinchu Kuriakose aka Chinchu Gibu. I am a writer/ blogger with a vision of spreading positivity and good cheer to the world and a Clinical Research Nurse by profession, working in Cancer Research. The creative side of me adores nature, humanity, romance and emotions; while the professional side of me works on research protocols and evidence-based practice. When a feeling, a moment, a thought or a memory touches my heart, it flows as words. I do it with passion; I do it with love. Yes, it is my profound thoughts that I would like to think a bit louder, so I could share a piece of it with the outer world.


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