RIP – Scott Dinsmore – Live Your Legend


I’m in a shock since I heard about the sudden death of Scott Dinsmore.

Scott Dinsmore, is the founder of Live Your Legend and has been inspiring millions of people with his TEDx talk.

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Scott Dinsmore at TEDx talk. Image Credits: http://liveyourlegend.net/tedx/

Scott is the reason for whom I’m now. I took up the writing profession and started blogging after I gained confidence from his TEDx talk. He has been motivating people around the world to find out and follow their passion.

Scott was living his dream and going around the globe to inspire many. His motto was to change the world by allowing people to follow their passion. Unfortunately, he died in an accident on Mt. Kilimanjaro recently. But this will not stop the change that he has been doing. We will continue to live our legend…

Following are the reverberations felt in the online world due to Scott’s death:

http://tynan.com/scott

http://liveboldandbloom.com/09/passion-in-life/scott-dinsmore

https://paidtoexist.com/scott-dinsmore/

http://corbettbarr.com/scott/

http://suitcaseentrepreneur.com/entrepreneurs/29-ways-to-live-your-legend-now-a-tribute-to-scott-dinsmore/

— Anoop © People and Hearts

Smoky Greenery – A Result of Pollution


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Smoky Greenery – A Result of Pollution. Photo Credits: ©People and Hearts

Nature has lost its real color,
As the greenery imitates a shadow of pollution,
Pouring the acid of destruction onto the greenery,
Mother nature is seen smoking a pipe of death.

Mankind continues its guiltless atrocity,
As the mother nature sheds its tears in vain,
Cremating the nature in its on birthplace,
The greenery lives on as a smoky greenery…

— Anoop ©People and Hearts

A Tribute to Nepal – Hearts Broken by Earthquake


Straight down from my heart,
To the shaken world and to the aching hearts,
To the haunting cries heard from far away,
To the sorrowful faces that I haven’t seen,
To the broken places where my physical body couldn’t reach,
To the needy hands that I couldn’t touch,
To the shaken world and to the aching hearts,

My heart bleeds pain…

  • Anoop © People and Hearts

Gazing at the Beauty of Moonlight from the Graveyard


Gazing the Beauty of Moonlight from the Graveyard
Gazing at the Beauty of Moonlight from the Graveyard

Walking into the nearest graveyard,

With a childish curiosity in mind,

Looking at the silent graves,

With an irresistible gutsy attitude.

Dusting off the dead leaves from a lonely grave,

With a freedom bestowed by choice,

Sitting on the grave cautiously,

With a deep breath to the corners of lungs.

Placing the legs on the dark grasses,

With one hand on the freaky heart,

Waving hands at the flying bats and broken skulls,

With a childish mischievousness.

Smiling at the shadows of creepy trees and graves,

With a pat to the adventurous heart,

Gazing at the beauty of moonlight from the graveyard,

With a thrill of madness driven by fun.

– Anoop

© People and Hearts

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