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Fire Of Remembrance.




Fire Of Remembrance.

Like a moth attracted to a flame you drew me ever closer.

Caught in your light, the flame fanned by your breath

shone through my very soul. Yet signs of our eyes

like the moth simply died. And you held me in your hand

like a fire of remembrance in a hall of fame,

a trophy of my undying smile; a symbol of your strength;

a reminder of my existence. ….

Then Swoosh.. You blew out the flame.




1. Singapore-


Singapore has pulled off this amazing feat, and with it has come a remarkable physical transformation that sees skyscrapers and other iconic structures emerge to create a distinctive city skyline. Singapore City Gallery documents the nation’s planning challenges and effort in over 10 thematic areas and more than 50 audiovisual and interactive exhibits spanning three floors.
One key attraction is the massive architectural model that gives you a bird’s eye view of the city centre, which comes alive with a light and sound show. Another key attraction allows you to immerse yourself in the city through a 270-degree panoramic show that depicts scenes of daily life in Singapore from dusk to dawn.

You may also want to check out the other interactive activities to get a taste of city planning and insights into the country’s conservation efforts. It’s a multi-sensory experience that takes you deep into Singapore’s exciting planning journey.



The Seine and the bridges that cross it, the grand boulevards, the monumental squares, the magnificent monuments, the charming streets of Montmartre — these images of Paris confirm that it is indeed the most elegant and sophisticated of all cities. It has inspired practically every major world capital, with every city claiming its own Champs-Elysèes, and Place des Vosges becoming the prototype of residential squares throughout Europe. Sit at an outdoor café table or go on a boat tour of the Seine and see it all romantically flash before your eyes.





There are those who say God created the world in six days and devoted a seventh to Rio. The city is indeed blessed with one of the most stunning settings in the world, making it the most naturally beautiful city in the world. Even if it was deserted of buildings and population, anyone standing at the top of the famous Sugarloaf Mountain or by the Corcovado statue would see one of the world’s most beautiful landscapes. Green, tropical luxuriance mixes with the blue of the ocean and the brightness of the sand at the beaches, proving that this is indeed “the marvelous city” as locals call it.




Each of the thousands of buildings that line Amsterdam’s main canals can be classified as a monument, beautifully kept as apartments, offices, cafés, restaurants, and even brothels. All together they form an aesthetic uniformity that make the city one of the most charming in the world, a stunning place of bridges and bikes crossing canals, picturesque cobbled streets, and strikingly elegant architecture.

5. Budapest, Hungary


Budapest is one of the largest cities in the European Union, as well as the Hungarian capital. Budapest – it is a political and cultural center of the country. The Hungarians settled the area in the 9th century, just after the Romans. There are many monumental buildings relating to World Heritage. One of Budapest’s attractions – it underground, which is the second oldest railway system in the world, and perhaps the strongest. Also, the city is listed among the 25 most popular and beautiful cities in the world, it annually visited by 4.3 million tourists from different countries. In addition, Budapest is very popular sport. In it, there are 7 professional football clubs. The city also hosted the Olympic Games, European and World Championships.

6. Rome


Rome, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. There are many monuments of architecture, of which many have heard and visited possible. Probably one of the most famous – the Colosseum. Also, to not less colorful and breathtaking architectural buildings include Trajan’s Forum, the Pantheon, Raphael’s tomb, temples and churches, baths, imperial palaces. If you have not been in Rome, make sure you try to visit it, it is truly a magnificent city, where you can relax and at the same time learn and see a lot of new and unusual.


7. New York


New York is a city to be reckoned with The One World observatory. There are countless role in films and sitcoms. Buildings are magnificent, yet widely populated but impressionate to one who visits. The met Museum has a collections that remind one of the wealth of early 20th century businessmen and investors, inspired from the works of French impressionists by the lorry load.

8. Sydney.


It has the Opera House, which was designed by Danish Architect Jorn Utzon in 1995 with sails made from over one million white tiles. It has Bondi Beach, one of just many stretches of alluring sand on this stretch of the eastern Australian coast.
It has centennial Park, Vibrant food, bar and arts scene.

9. Kyoto, Japan.


Kyoto is known for the rich hues of its foliage in autumn. Its synonymous with the ancient temples, tea ceremony masters, traditional ryokan inns and centuries-old craftsmanship.


10. Prague, Czechoslovakia


Prague is not only the largest city in the Czech Republic, but also its capital. It is the 14th largest city in the European Union with an excellent architecture of the Renaissance. Renaissance was characterized by the search for new research and discoveries, so Prague is worth a visit because of its tremendous educational institutions. One of the most interesting facts is the age of Prague – 1100 years. Just imagine the impressive historical heritage, which is currently concentrated in this city. For this reason, Prague, on the right, is included in our list of top 10 most beautiful cities in the world.




Each of these most beautiful destinations have a lot of flight options to get you there quickly and safely. Accommodations can range from a high end hotel to a hostel and everything in between depending on your budget.




Have you ever heard of Black Cat tales from your friends, parents, Grandparents, relatives, strangers, or from anyone around you?

I have come across such a tale from my elders.
Remembering from my childhood, My granny from the countryside, tells such a story about the so called Black Cat Crossing.
I was young then, believing in all the said from my elders. I respect her intuition, and the accustomed then they preserved. She said Black Cat brings and indicate Bad Luck and must avoid the journey or stop work when we happened to see a Black cat crossing.



But I still cannot prove anything yet, does it really bring bad luck or is it just a tale. Do we need to believe in such predictions?

NOW, I have a lot question on my mind.
Does color really matter?
Are the animals just the receptive symbols of human minds and souls?
It keeps questioning me whenever I see Cute Black Cat, I pity them sometime, but I could easily overcome with fear.
Those childhood stories never keep me out easily.

Black-and-white and grey-and-white kittens


Don’t say sad bedtime story to your children.
Don’t sing sad lullaby to your children.

Sing , Say that can bring children good night sleep and bring them bright tomorrow. Let your children share your beautiful story and songs to their friends and teachers.
Life is beautiful when you still can find beautiful in every of your sight.

I love Cat no matter what color is.


White kitten on grey background