This kind person with a Mission to Mars nominated me for the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award.
Here are the simple rules for participating:
1. Thank the blogger who nominated you, linking back to their site –check
2. Put the award logo on your blog – check
3. Answer the ten questions sent to you – check
4. Make up ten new questions for your nominees to answer – only five
5. Nominate ten blogs, notify them – open to all.
How blogging has changed your life?
In terms of the exposure, exposure to different kinds of writing out there in the world.
What you like to do when not writing/ blogging?
Run. Talk. Read. Dance.
What “Sisterhood” means to you?
Are stars more beautiful or the butterflies? Why?
Stars. There is no perceivable pattern to their distribution across the sky yet the outcome, how they all look together against the black drop of empty space, is harmonious.
Are you a dream-writer?
Which song you heard recently seems to be sung just for you?
That’s how I got to Memphis
Can hatred win a war? As we see now in Syria crisis?
Philosophies behind actions matter. Hatred could probably win you wars but it will not sustain peace afterwards.
If you have wings to fly, where you wanna fly to?
Go back in time and watch myself. Not interfere. Just watch.
If given the wish, whom would you like to exchange yourself with?
The poor people on the street. Those hawkers I see in trains. The really rich kids who apparently have everything material.
What you can’t resist to eat?
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My Questions –
- How do you understand difference?
- If you are an optimist, or a pessimist, or a realist, or an atheist, why are you so? Can you pin-point the influences on your basic nature?
- How open are you to change?
- Do you think before you speak? Always?
- How much time in a day do you spend by yourself? Away from your phone/net/family/friends etc ?
Anyone who stops here and anyone who is currently reading this, I nominate you for the same award. Forget the rules. If you feel like putting your answers to my questions up on a blog, please do. Else don’t. Do think about them though.