Meet Bollywood directrice, Leena Yadav in my inspirational avatar series.

Meet Bollywood directrice, Leena Yadav in my inspirational avatar series.

As the sole Londoner who finds the incessant rain romantic, here's me flaunting my umbrella at this season’s downpour. "...The pent up aggravation building higher and higher until when it finally seemed that I could not bear one more second of the sweat dripping from my forehead into my eyes, stinging from the salt, closing against the glare of the ever-present sun, I would feel the phantom first raindrop on my overheated scalp, and would open my eyes to the grey clouds in the sky..."

As the sole Londoner who finds the incessant rain romantic, here's me flaunting my umbrella at this season’s downpour. "...The pent up aggravation building higher and higher until when it finally seemed that I could not bear one more second of the sweat dripping from my forehead into my eyes, stinging from the salt, closing against the glare of the ever-present sun, I would feel the phantom first raindrop on my overheated scalp, and would open my eyes to the grey clouds in the sky..."

As the sole Londoner who finds the incessant rain romantic, here's me flaunting my umbrella at this season’s downpour. "...The pent up aggravation building higher and higher until when it finally seemed that I could not bear one more second of the sweat dripping from my forehead into my eyes, stinging from the salt, closing against the glare of the ever-present sun, I would feel the phantom first raindrop on my overheated scalp, and would open my eyes to the grey clouds in the sky..."

As the sole Londoner who finds the incessant rain romantic, here's me flaunting my umbrella at this season’s downpour. "...The pent up aggravation building higher and higher until when it finally seemed that I could not bear one more second of the sweat dripping from my forehead into my eyes, stinging from the salt, closing against the glare of the ever-present sun, I would feel the phantom first raindrop on my overheated scalp, and would open my eyes to the grey clouds in the sky..."

As the sole Londoner who finds the incessant rain romantic, here's me flaunting my umbrella at this season’s downpour. "...The pent up aggravation building higher and higher until when it finally seemed that I could not bear one more second of the sweat dripping from my forehead into my eyes, stinging from the salt, closing against the glare of the ever-present sun, I would feel the phantom first raindrop on my overheated scalp, and would open my eyes to the grey clouds in the sky..."

As the sole Londoner who finds the incessant rain romantic, here's me flaunting my umbrella at this season’s downpour. "...The pent up aggravation building higher and higher until when it finally seemed that I could not bear one more second of the sweat dripping from my forehead into my eyes, stinging from the salt, closing against the glare of the ever-present sun, I would feel the phantom first raindrop on my overheated scalp, and would open my eyes to the grey clouds in the sky..."

You need to have a passion for it. Something that pushes you to do stuff that you would not do normally, something that moves you so that you can put in all the hardwork & perseverance needed.

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