Animals Are Indeed Your Best Friends

Wait, don’t go away. You’re not on the wrong blog nor have I started a food blog. This fish actually has been my only friend today and you will soon know why, If you stay a little longer, instead of just pushing the ‘like’ button.

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Dear Abby Has No Issues

Day Seven of Everyday Inspiration course gave five Twitters, and choose one that elicited a response from me. As I could shape the post in any way I want, I am going to write a letter, and for that, I can also cover the prompt of Day Eight of the course.

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Why It Does Not Matter Where I Write

Day Six of Everyday Inspiration course prompt is to describe the space I write. Where do I write? Right now I’m in the reception area of an office where I will have a meeting. I always arrive earlier for my appointments because I add extra time for traffic jams, looking for a parking place, etc. […]

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Locked in Thoughts

 Day Five of Everyday Inspiration course starts with an epigraph, and then we can write about anything. I have a perfect marriage of an image and a quote that I have rambled on for a while but didn’t post. This is the photo. The rest will happen as I write. Bear with me.

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My Voice by Oscar Wilde

Day Four of Everyday Inspiration course asks for a story, essays, poems, and personal musings in a single image. I have chosen my image though, instead of the stock photos provided, and a poem by Oscar Wilde. I should have written something myself, but this prompt didn’t lead me to it. The call was stronger […]

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Sharing a Sweet Secret

After every storm comes the rainbow, isn’t it? Having struggled with yesterday’s writing course prompt, anything is welcome today. I had hoped for something with structure, a perfect combination with this week’s Photo challenge, for which I enjoyed shooting and editing photos. I got other prompts for today’s assignment, though. I may select one word […]

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Why do I Write? 

When I started blogging, I have thought carefully about this question and addressed it in my about page. I didn’t read it the content again to review and make changes, because I still have the key messages shared there, very vivid in my mind.  Why am I revisiting this question then? I joined today two […]

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Did You Find Your Zen?

The only Zen you find on the tops of mountains is the Zen you bring up there. Robert M. Pirsig from: The Little Zen Companion Book

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