Well, this happened, my first award, and I thank dear KrishnaPriya, for forwarding this space and allowing me to take all my time. As many people know that it has only been very little time that i am here but this community, her people, the communication, appreciation and lifting everyone up is overwhelming here. So we are all shining like sun together, this is for all of us.
Bur first of all, I request everyone to visit Krishnapriya’s quaint blog, the one who nominated me here – Krishnapriya. She has studied Sanskrit and writes about all the little happiness’s that life presents us.
THE SUNSHINE BLOGGER AWARD IS GIVEN TO THE BLOGGERS WHO INSPIRE POSITIVENESS AND CREATIVITY IN THE BLOGGING COMMUNITY.
I am happy to accept my first blogger award in exchange for the questions she designed for me to answer.
Here we go –
- Which is your favorite book/movie?
One of the two I would say; my all time favourite book has been Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse
- How are you spending your leisure time?
Well, I find leisure in my work, so doing what it takes.
- Do you believe in miracles?
- If you came to know today is the last day of your life, what would you do ?
After speaking to loved ones, I will find a peepal tree to sit under for good.
- Why you choose blogging?
It took so long a time that I imagine now that it chose me.
- Tell me 3 nice things about you.
I can think, I can fast, I can wait.
- Do you read more or use internet more?
I read more on the internet.
- In your own words, “What is love?”
Undoubtedly, Caring with Respect
- Share a simple food recipe of your choice.
Not a food recipe but let me share something more important and also in these times, a way for a remarkably glowing skin and infallible immunity- first thing in the morning, on an empty stomach take a 1tbs mixture of haldi and amla powder with warm water.
- Which one you love: Sunny day or Full moon day?
I am a lover of moon.
- What is your message to kids?
Keep asking questions, and as you grow, get better at it.–That’ll be all. Thank you Krishnapriya
In these times of unnatural lockdowns, sharing this beautiful memory with you all when some Laddakhi children took me to their secret cave across the river, for real though it wasn’t easy to reach and guess what i found! May be i’ll share that story some day. Till then Take care everyone.