When I found this little stone, broken into three pieces it seemed so meaningful.

Three parts somehow representing the past, the present, and the future.

Reminded me of the few first years spent in China. Three is considered a good number in Chinese culture because it sounds like the word “alive”.

The phrase ‘Third time’s the charm’ refers to the superstition that after two failures in any endeavor, a third attempt is more likely to succeed.

EAT-PRAY-LOVE… one of my most beloved books.

The goldfish and three of its granted wishes…

THREE, underlined.

Finally, this image transformed into meditation and I somewhat disappeared. When I woke up I decided to name this beautiful moment ZEN.

Photo by Agne Vei



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