Photography is a form of expression that involves feeling, touching, and loving. What you’ve captured on film will last a lifetime. It recalls the tiniest details long after you’ve forgotten about everything.
Vintage Soul is the title of my book. People in the past were amazingly clever, and they’re well in all cultures. They have a smart thinking this age is consumed with technology, and they don’t think about their own knowledge. They are looking for information on mobile phones, computers, and other devices but most of the people are unaware of this. I admire elderly people because they understand how to live with their own knowledge. The Old Soul recognises the necessity of non-attachment to physical and immaterial things as time passes. How I miss travelling around with old souls, aimlessly moving from one location to the next, how I miss all of our aspirations and goals and how we have had to look for each other after getting separated.
People with older souls have had more life experiences that have caused them to evolve. When people enter relationships that need them to be vulnerable once again, old issues that were never truly resolved are certain to resurface. Old spirits require time to reflect and focus on themselves. Introverts are often referred to as “VINTAGE SOULS” because they prefer to spend their time reading, journaling, and doing things that make them feel alive rather than focused on a feeling of purpose that is external. New soul “wishes to be fresh and new, and perhaps lead a more hedonistic lifestyle. An aged spirit, on the other hand, Old souls may also feel lonely since they can see through much of modern culture’s illusions and divisions.
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