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Enchant Your Everyday: A Month of Loving the World

-Day 6, today’s word is flame


keep enchanting life


keep flame of love alive 
in every way
for it work hard
play right your card
but if you have
to pat
part with a grace
so when you 
in any place
no one has to hide
his/her own face

Nurturing Thursday- Love Yourself

Thursdays are to learn a new lesson from- Nurt Thurs – Permission

My beloved child, break your heart no longer.

Each time you judge yourself, you break your own heart;

you stop feeding on the love which is the wellspring of your vitality.

The time has come. Your time to live, to celebrate.

And to see the goodness that you are.

You, my child, are Divine.

You are pure.

You are sublimely free.

You are God in disguise and you’re always perfectly safe.

Do not fight the dark, just turn on the light.

Let go and Breathe in to Goodness that you are.

~Swami Kripalu




Enchant Your World Everyday- vanessasage.com

I have joined this a bit late. Today is 4th Feb and today’s word is rise.

The first thought that comes with the word rise in the sunrise.

Sunrise brings hope and as a very popular Indian saying goes, “Every night is followed by sunrise”, which means that every period of darkness and trouble is followed by a sunrise, which will bring a solution and a time to celebrate.

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sunrise at the Bay of Bengal, Visakhapatnam

sunrise at the Bay of Bengal, Visakhapatnam


Love means giving, giving not just gifts and affection but giving total freedom to the other. Freedom to be with you or leave you. After all, he/she has his/her own being, own territory which you should not encroach upon. No matter how close you are, how deep you are in love, every person has a special virgin space which is very, very private. This space is not to be taken over or conquered by your love. Rising in love you become aware of this sacred space as you give full freedom. Then rising in love becomes spiritual.~ OSHO





Limerick Challenge Week 7: Gratitude

Limerick Challenge Week 7: Gratitude hosted by ‘ Mind and Life matters- ( Rashmi)’


 He was tyrant, arrogant and full of attitude

Never  showed anyone an iota of  gratitude

‘please’ and ‘sorry’were not in his vocabulary

‘Love’ he thought was a word imaginary

And ended up in the company of misery and solitude






Writing 101, Day 5- Hook Them With a quote

If you have it [Love], you don’t need to have anything else, and if you don’t have it, it doesn’t matter much what else you have. ~ Sir James M. Barrie


‘No one came to visit me?’, he tried to keep straight face. As usual nurse’s answer was negative.

He was bedridden and in good hands for he has all the money to afford great care but he felt all the care he got was mechanical.

He admitted to himself that he was responsible for his loneliness as he was one of those person who believe that money can buy love, friends, care, security and loyalty. He believed that everything and everyone has a price tag. You pay the right amount and you will get whatever you want.  He was arrogant, stubborn and  never cared for anyone.  He was always suspicious of everyone.

He always wore a fierce countenance so no one could come near enough to take advantage of him and in the process he became lonely.  Everyone left him except for his servants who worked for money.  Even they left him when they could not bear his extreme cynical behavior.

Now lying in a posh nursing home, all alone, with no visitors to cheer him, he regretted, why he didn’t realize that money cannot buy true unconditional love and friendship. Now without love his life was like a body without soul. Cold and dark.

Nurturing Thursday- Friends


One of the greatest titles we can have is “old friend”. We never appreciate how important old friends are until we are older. The problem is we need to start our old friendships when we are young. We then have to nurture and grow those friendships over our middle age when a busy life and changing geographies can cause us to neglect those friends. Today is the day to invest in those people we hope will call us ‘old friend” in the years to come.
~ Grant Fairley.