This post is written for the Post a Signpost Challenge.
Task: Take pictures of signposts of your holiday/travels and post it in a blog.
I had stayed in Pune, Maharashtra, India for five months during my internship. This picture is taken at “swargate” (location is added). All our weekend trips started from this place. Made some best friends and had a journey of life time. This is one life time picture which brings back so many sweet memories!
Note: This post is also written as assignment 18 of Blogging101 course.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Play Lexicographer.”
Create a new word and explain its meaning and etymology.
Meaning: The laziness induced by the technology.
Etymology: If observed carefully the word is formed by introducing the word “tech” right in-between the word “lazy”. It signifies the laziness introduced by the technology innovations. The good or bad of it is always debatable. With technology in hand, we are increasing our tendency to behave like machines. Yes, it the undefinable laziness which is just right there! wink!
My sincere thanks to Hargun Wahi for Nominating me for versatile blogger award. This is fun! Really!
Details of the Post is Here!
Every doubt demands a clearance
Every in-decision involves a resolution
Every hesitation boards a confidence
Every vagueness entitles a precision
Every ambiguity is leading to un-ambiguity
Every insecurity breaches a security
Every improbability assures the probability
And its doubt, in-decision, hesitation, vagueness, ambiguity, insecurity and improbability
That are moving Uncertainty to certainty!
Every note can be declared with an optimism. I was just thinking of some phrase to comment about a “third-rate” performance and still say it in a good way and what popped up in my mind was,
” On a scale of first rate to fourth rate, i would say you were a third-rate ! “
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “A Moment in Time.”
What was the last picture you took? Tell us the story behind it. (No story behind the photo? Make one up, or choose the last picture you took that had one.)
It’s not exactly the last picture i captured, but its the one with awesome story behind. It was in Goa, India, ten friends on a three day trip. We reached the fort early morning on day two, sat on the walls and kept looking at the beach.
What’s the story? – There was no story. There was just silence! Well, that was a definition of priceless!
1. Firstly i would like to thank Mama Cormier for introducing me to “small stones” in the blog post linked here.
2. Secondly, this post is written as an assignment for the BLOGGING 101 course. More details of course and other assignments can be found HERE.
3. The Mission is to write four to five sentences on “Standing Out”
A Pebble of Glow
- Thinking inside-the-box is the solution when everyone else is thinking out-of-the-box
- Doing it our way is the uniqueness for we are created in our own terms and conditions
- Standing out is everything about pulling everything from inside
- The game is always on, We just need the right switch to be triggered
- Believing and belling ourselves with the hope that “I can do it” will one day be “I have done it”
- After-all, the game is all about finding a pebble of glow!
What are small stones?
A small stone is a short piece of writing (any style) that precisely captures a fully-engaged moment for you. The process of discovering small stones is as significant as the finished creation. Searching for small stones encourages you to keep your senses on the “alive and alert” status. Involve yourself with a new set of eyes, ears, nose, mouth, fingers, feelings and mind.
In short … OPEN, OPEN, OPEN!
Indeed i am happy. I started writing it for fun and today i feel so happy looking at it. The target was 20-25 happy episodes. But turned out with 50 happy-happy episodes.
“Today Calls Tomorrow: A Love Story”
My “Thank you” to everyone to supported along the way. I had started it in the beginning of November 2014 and i did write the final episode on Jan 15, 2015.
– Prakash B. Hegade