Thursday, July 30, 2009

The Gift of Life

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Recently, I took very significant steps in fulfilling my lifelong passion. Apart from taking cues from friends (some of whom didn't even know their words were making any impact), I realized that life must be lived with a purpose otherwise we would be wasting the precious gift of life. I believe that is also the one gift we must give account of when the curtains close...
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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

What's your passion?

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"There are many things in life that will capture your eye,
but very few will capture your heart.
These are the ones to pursue.
These are the ones worth keeping."
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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Return


In a few days, it would be 3months of my being away from Blogville. Truth be told, I was almost getting used to not putting up any posts. Initially when I took a break, I wasn't sure I would be able to stay away from blogging. I nearly had a "radical surgery" to help me de-blog (thanks to Bagucci's suggestion). So, in order to keep to my word of no blogging, I refrained from putting up any posts but I did visit a number of blogs to read their posts. At the end of the days, I found that it is possible to stay away from Blogville and I was relieved to find that at any point I choose, I can walk away without finding myself inextricably bound to putting up posts.


That aside, my sabbatical was accompanied by a lot of activities - with some lull of course. I wouldn't want to launch into lengthy details. Not only did I have two professional exams to write, I also delved into book editing for an author, helped start an organization running, relocated from one state to the other, had an encounter with men of the underworld, and to cap it all, got the biggest business engagement I ever dreamed of. It was, in a sense, a worthwhile 3months for me.


In the weeks to come, I hope to put up engaging posts on this blog ranging from serious topics to less serious ones. Sensibly sweet. While I can't readily say what topics I'd be writing on, I can only hope that you'll find them to be worth the time you spend reading them.
See you...
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