Highway For a man who left a legacy, photographs, and his motorcycle behind. We’ve all to take the highway to a hallowed heaven someday. Life’s luggage left at the bus stand. Mere cloth is all that covers this self. Bare feet follow the way of the highway in this lush desert of memory. The wind […]Read More Highway
Photo by Bethany Legg Sometimes external situations in life may push you to pick up a job that you dont enjoy or it will push you to take risk, be creative, innovative and do the things you always wanted to do and earn your living from it. But, why wait for external situations in life […]Read More Dream like your life depends on it..
While some of us are making our New Years resolutions – we have entered into the New Year. In this post I am going to tell you about 5 things you did not know about 2019. . . . Photo by Ethan Robertson . 1. If you don’t take action, this year will not be […]Read More 5 Things you did not know about 2019.
The words of Napoleon Hill are ringing in my ears. “Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit”. If you are not experiencing crisis or have never experienced crisis in your life than this post is not meant for you. But for those who are or […]Read More Bigger the crisis, bigger the opportunities…
“Rahul, Raj, Govindda, Ajay…..” the audience blabbers as they were asked to guess the host of OBR (One Billion Rising is a global movement, founded by Eve Ensler, to end rape and sexual violence against women (onebillionrising.org) “It is Aishwarya”, says the host finally. “My name is Aishwarya and I was born a girl.” I am a […]Read More From Mom’s Nose Pin to Brother’s Gym: How at the age of 9 I realised that gender is fluid, Aishwarya
I loved dancing since I was a kid. I always looked for opportunities to get on stage and dance. After I had finished my schooling years, my dream of being a professional dancer was fading away. I knew dance was the only thing that would make me come alive. After my 3 years of graduation, […]Read More One voice was louder than the rest- DANCE, DANCE, DANCE!
Fashion Designing is something which I was always very passionate about since I was a boy. It’s funny looking back at my school days and finding scribbles and sketches of designs on my notebooks, whereas you’d find sketches of buildings and skylines on my brother’s, who is now an architect. Goes to show that even […]Read More Inspirational journey of Daniel Syiem
I want to thank each one for making this journey possible. 100 quality articles is a big landmark. A special thanks to each contributor of the articles for believing in my venture for inspiring lives. Today when I see the site “Imagination Breathing. Com” viewed in 113 countries around the world. I feel proud of […]Read More 113 countries, 100 articles. – Paul Fernandes
Naisha Christine Richmond Tariang. “Every piece is a vision I had. I’m just giving my vision life.”Read More “Oblivion.” By Naisha Richmond. Shillong, India
Matti War. Onto the Next Horizon Yesterday was the last day of my exams and it was a relief. Four days of back to back papers and term papers makes every exam I’ve appeared for so far, look like a walk in the park. Add to that an ill-timed attack of the cold and cough […]Read More Onto the Next Horizon. by: Matti War. New Delhi, India.
Raka Agitok. Voice of Nature. My nightmares are not filled with monsters from horror movies, but with reality that we’ll soon face if we do not put an end to this global environmental mess we are in. The consequences will be unfathomable. Do not ponder much […]Read More Voice of Nature. by: Raka Agitok. Shillong, India.
Paul Fernandes. How do you want to be remembered? A question that has been lingering in my mind is, how do I want to be remembered? I like what Steve Jobs once said “If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I’m about to do today.” This quote […]Read More How do you want to be remembered? by: Paul Fernandes
Mebadaiaka M Kurkalang. Once upon a time, she wrote for her school magazine, as it was her last year over there, about her beloved one_of_a_kind friends who had stood with her all the way during her schooling years. She had attained quite an appreciation for her piece from them(friends) and as well as other people […]Read More Once upon a time. By: Mebadaiaka M Kurkalang.
John Abraham and Paul Fernandes. (15th oct 2014.) Bollywood actor and co-owner of North East United FC – John Abraham interacts with the students of St. Edmund’s college,Shillong. Couple of days after his visit, I asked my friends what do they remember from his visit besides taking his photographs and autographs . Most of them said […]Read More A Walk with John Abraham. by: Paul Fernandes.
Imran Choudhury. Social Network – A ‘Boon’ or a ‘Bane’? I update my Facebook status before I sit for my final exams, I check-in every time I use the restroom. I post selfies with my new-born nephew even before he is picked up from the hospital and I judge my IQ based on […]Read More Social Network – A ‘Boon’ or a ‘Bane’? By : Imran Choudhury. (Shillong,India)
Elton Phankon. Interview with Shillong’s rising DJ- Elton Pato. By Paul Fernandes. Paul: Hello Elton, Can you introduce yourself to the readers of “Imagination Breathing” before we begin with the Interview? Elton: I am Elton Phankon and my stage name is Elton Pato. I am from a beautiful place named Shillong, which is in […]Read More Interview with Shillong’s rising DJ – Elton Pato. By: Paul Fernandes.