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Opening the first page of the new calendar

Happy New Year 2014!

Let the river of time take away our troubles and worries!

Winter night: the last light

The New Year is standing at our doorstep; we should welcome it with a great meal, candle light and warm thoughts.

Let’s look up to the sky: maybe some nice surprise is waiting for us, maybe the New Year’s inspiration will take us to new heights and allow more dreams to come true.

Winter sky: the path to eternity

Candle lights are alive, and the bad energies are destroyed in fire. As we look at this light, we should imagine all great things we would like to happen, and they just might come true. At least during this wonderful holiday season and at the moment of entering the New Year, we should have only positive thoughts, provide the encouragement to the sad and care for the sick, wish more good things to everybody, not only ourselves.

The New Year’s color is blue, I’m sure we can find something blue in our closet.

The more candles we have lightened up at midnight, the more chances we have our wishes are fulfilled. We can write one of our wishes on paper straight before midnight, this should be a very definite wish for some particular thing, and we burn it afterwards, and scatter the ashes outdoors so they’d go with the wind.

Happy New Year! Warm hearts and shelters, good health and abundance of things you need, true love and lots of honestly earned money!

Happy New Year 2014!

We are about to open the first page of the New Year’s calendar. Let’s hope all following pages are filled with events, results and achievements we wished for.

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  1. “Let the river of time take away our troubles and worries”

    I couldn’t tell if that was a photo or a painting, or a photo made to look like a painting, or a painting made to look like a photo as in photo realism. Beautiful shot.

    February 22, 2014
    • Thank you! Each painting takes a lot of time, so I have to place some photos on my blog, as well. I sort of had the idea of painting the series of trees on a sky background and I live creeks and streams, but unfortunately didn’t get to this. Anyway, it’s very nice, you found these images interesting and impressive. I’m writing, too, I actually always was, and I have quite a lot of published works, especially poetry and short stories, but it is in my native language which is Latvian. There’s no comparison between stuff written in the native language and some other. I’m very fluent in German, Russian, obviously English and in my native Latvian. I used to write poetry in German, as well, I have spent quite a while in Berlin. I don’t think one can ever master a foreign language as good as the native one, regardless of how much time has been spent in the environment of the foreign language. I’m a medical writer, translator and researcher, I need to type a lot every single day, and it may be as much as 100 pages in 4 days. Thank you for stopping by!

      February 22, 2014

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