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Diwali is the Festival of Lights @navkaranbrar1#TravelAwesome
On Diwali, you will see every town, city and village is lit up with thousands of lamps everywhere. But the celebration is not just about lighting lamps outside – an inner light has to come. Light means clarity. Without clarity, every other quality that you possess will only become a detriment, not a gift, because confidence without clarity is a disaster. And today, too much action in the world is performed without clarity. Without the necessary clarity, whatever you try to do will be a disaster. Light brings clarity to your vision – not just in a physical sense. How clearly you see life and perceive everything around you decides how sensibly you conduct your life. Diwali is the day when the dark forces were put to death and light happened. This is also the predicament of human life. Like the dark clouds which brood in the gloomy atmosphere, not realizing that they are blocking the sun, a human being does not have to bring any light from anywhere. If he just dispels the dark clouds that he has allowed to gather within himself, light will happen. The Festival of Lights is just a reminder of that. ~Sadhguru
In Rome while looking at Vatican City!
Being in two places at once!
Did you know that the Vatican City is actually it's own country? Growing up, every single summer we would go to Italy. I remember I would always stand on this bridge in Rome for hours while looking in awe at Vatican City.
@doyoutravel set off at 4am to drive across Bali to experience this incredible yet unfortunate natural disaster. He spends a lot of time on this beautiful island and likes to think of it as his home away from home - although the majority of Bali isn’t so much affected, it’s a scary situation for some. Today we are thinking about the local people who live around the Mt Agung area and hoping they stay safe!