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    • Mindful Muscle

      When you find yourself resenting someone or something, be mindful, let yourself be free of it, and take a DEEP breath and "b-r-e-a-t-h-e" it away... (meditation helps too - click to see)

    • Bianca Chu

      Participate in a Holi Festival- the festival of colours!

    • Jess Lynn

      Holi, the Hindu festival of colour and spring. This would be a bucket list item for me.

    • CYCLE

      Hands of Colour

    • Imogen Wilson Jewellery

      Hindu Devotees Celebrate Holi Festival In India- blue, teal, turquoise

    • miss a

      peacock colors are always perfect

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