WPC – As The Sun Rises, Hope Soars

In wishing you a fond farewell, we wanted to share our all-time favorite photos with you. We welcome you to share your favorites with us…

I could not believe my eyes when knowing that this week Weekly Photo Challenge would be the final one, but as change is eternal, we have to accept this decision, even with a little sadness. I have so much enjoyed the photo challenges over the years and also the people I have connected through their posts. For me, Weekly Photo Challenge is so special, because it’s the only way to push me to post regularly. For the Daily Post’s team, thank you for having been here for all of us over the years.

And as requested, I want to post my all-time favorite photo as a fond farewell to the great team of Daily Post. It is not the end, because I believe as they say, they will be focusing their attention on other great projects on WordPress.com

About the photo, I love the sunrise in Pokhara, Nepal. From my hotel I could see the sun over the World Peace Stupa which were built on top of a hill with sea of clouds surround it. It’s a magical moment, as a reminder that as the sun rises, hope soars. Like the team of Daily Post, this is not the end. The upcoming great projects are waiting for them and for us also. It’s time for them and for us also to start something new and trust the magic of new beginnings.

As happened in life,

A Sunrise is God’s way of saying, Let’s start again. Todd Stocker

Morning Serenity Above The Clouds
Morning Serenity Above The Clouds



WPC – Peace on Earth Above the Clouds

Mist over the World Peace Pagoda, Raniban, Pokhara, Nepal

As Buddha said, ~peace comes from within, do not seek it without~… I just watched the amazing nature in front of me in quietness, the clouds covered the Phewa lake and city of Pokhara down there. The mist slowly covered the World Peace Pagoda on top of Raniban hill. Thank You God for loving and blessing me much more than I deserve

Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me – Seymour Miller & Jill Jackson

In response to the Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge with the topic of Earth