My Profound Thoughts

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

Neal’s Yard: a live art of a street #londontraveller

Neal’s Yard is a pretty corner street in Covent Gardens. I learned about this little-known place in a blog of Secret London. This street is home to various businesses, including bakeries, cafes, shops and salons. But to me, it’s not about what it has, but the beauty of the place. I stopped there for a moment to look around and absorb the view, the vision of a great man called Nicholas Saunders.

I must be watching a live art of a street painter’s brush. I am not sure what I feel; contentment? Or motivation? Or maybe positive vibes. People have asked me, what do you see that we don’t? And every time I say this is what I see—the beauty of everything before me. Sometimes all we need is just the scenery that puts a smile on our faces.

Lively & Beautiful 😍
A place that came out of a painting

Much love God Bless

~ Chinchu Gibu

3 responses to “Neal’s Yard: a live art of a street #londontraveller”

  1. Seems to be a good place to enjoy.

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    1. It was a simple corner street, but beautiful.. Those who appreciate simple things will definitely enjoy..😊

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      1. Glad to know! You’re welcome 😊

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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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