A Simple Meandering is a Not For Profit Organisation that exists to encourage thoughtful living and social change. Our purpose is two fold with the hope of bringing change in both Western and Third World Countries.
Here at A Simple Meandering, we stand for simple, intentional and conscious living; in finding the perfect balance of having not too much, not too little but 'just enough' in all things.
On the home front, we believe this means cultivating a warm yet humble dwelling that grows contentment and inspires creativity. Photography has the gift of being able to transport you to another time or place and of speaking to your very soul. With this in mind, we have carefully curated a range of photographic art. Each of our wall prints is paired with a simple thought reflected in its visual aesthetics; little reminders for thoughtful, daily living. Having personally walked through the maze of anxiety for some years, we know how crucial it is to fix our eyes and thoughts on truthful soul food. Our hope is that as each print goes forth, it would not only bring colour to your walls but also to your soul as you journey onwards.
On the global front, we believe - as part of conscious living - in using that which we have received to build a socially just and a sustainable world. We have chosen to operate as a Not For Profit Organisation and to use to proceeds from all prints sale to help better the quality of life orphaned or abandoned children in Kolkata, India. It is estimated that one-third of the world's poor live in India with around 67 percent of the population living below the poverty line and 100,000 children living on the streets of Kolkata alone. Kolkata's Treehouse Orphanages give a home, care and quality of life to children who would otherwise live alone on the streets of one of the poorest cities in the world.
It takes courage to live consciously. We hope that while you are here you can find that perfect something for your walls; something to inspire you, something that speaks to you and something to remind you of how breathtaking and wonder filled our world as we work towards local and global social change.