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I am taking part in The Write Tribe Problogger October 2017 Blogging Challenge

#1 – Monday, Oct. 2 – PROMPT = Pattern

What is a pattern? It is any shape, design or geometrical figure or symbol. The pattern is a decorative design it’s a way or sequence in which something is done. It can be artistic or literal or mechanical or musical design.
Personally, I’m obsessed with geometrical patterns in life. I love Zentangle, Mandala, Rangolis, Paisleys, etc a lot. Our life is all patterns of how we behave in happiness, anger, confusion, etc. Our bodies are accustomed to a pattern and any change can have a different effect on our behavior.

Well, on a lighter note checking my blog again and again at the repeated interval is also a pattern and designing it in different ways is again a pattern.

Patterns and designs can define us and say a lot in figures.

We are all surrounded by different patterns all around us, be it in nature or things around us in our very homes. Science has patterns, Mathematics has patterns, Art obviously has patterns. Even our thoughts that surround the panch tatwas of our life also have a logical pattern that forms the tanmatras. Tnamatras or 5 senses that rule us (Sight, taste, hearing, smell, touch)
The mandala structures or rangoli patterns say a lot in their designs. Mandala is a spiritual symbol that represents the universe. So its pattern also speaks a lot about the universe. Mandala pattern represents cosmos in these geometrical patterns. Even in mehndi, we make patterns.

Our sleeping pattern, sitting posture, all tell a lot about us. Nature too has lots of pattern in daily life. Sand has patterns, waves have patterns, Bubbles, Spots, Architecture, Tiles, Floors, Fashion, Quilt, Bedsheets, Clouds, Soil, Landscapes, Leaves, Trees, Everything has a different pattern, everything has a different story.
Find your pattern, find your story, Explore your self and your pattern by yourself. We can ourselves learn to recognize our patterns and patterns around us. We can know a lot about ourself as well as our universe.
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22 Comments

Sanch @ Sanch Writes · 2nd October 2017 at 10:36

I like how you’ve manage to weave the prompt into an entire post. Patterns do shape us and our lives…

    PraGun · 4th October 2017 at 16:28

    Thanks sanch for reading my post. Yes our life has a different pattern that shape our live and its panchtatwa’s

Geeta Nair · 3rd October 2017 at 05:17

Yes, there is definitely a pattern in all that we do and like you mentioned I too love revisiting my blog often and see if I can make a change here or there. 🙂

    PraGun · 4th October 2017 at 16:27

    Thanks Geeta for reading my post. Yes, the setting pattern for our blog is something I too love.

Kathy · 4th October 2017 at 17:22

The Insecure Writer’s Support Group has led me to your blog, and I am so glad that it did. This was a wonderful post (I tweeted it out; hope you don’t mind.) Look forward to future posts. 🙂

    PraGun · 5th October 2017 at 03:45

    Hi Kathy, thanks for reading my post. Thanks again for tweeting it no point I would mind it. IWSG is a great platform for sure.

An@m! · 6th October 2017 at 12:45

nicely penned. Everything around us seems to be a pattern. Lovely post collecting all the patterns at one place.

    PraGun · 6th October 2017 at 12:48

    thanks for reading and appreciating

Minakshi bajpai · 9th October 2017 at 11:44

Very beautifully you explained all these patterns and shapes related to life or our surroundings. Without these shapes, figures and patterns our surroundings looks like messy or unmanageable. Isn’t it. Very nice write up.

    PraGun · 9th October 2017 at 15:47

    thanks a lot for reading my post. Yes we are all surrounded by lots of patterns and shapes.

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