Hey! See what my fortune cookie says today? I’m sure yours says so too. 😛
Mutual respect and reaching out with genuineness are a huge part of blogging. Let’s not take people for granted – our readers, the members of Facebook Groups/ Blogging forums we might be members of. Remember, what goes around comes around?
I’ve seen a lot of reaching out during the Write Tribe Festival of Words and it makes me so glad. There’s been an atmosphere of mutual respect here and I appreciate each of you for that. Let’s make a habit of it, shall we?
Yesterday, I talked of a cause I’d like you to blog about on September 10- World Suicide Prevention Day. This is a cause close to my heart and I would like to do my bit to spread awareness. I will be putting up a post with a linky on that day. If you would like to blog on the topic or have blogged on it already, please add your links. You will find plenty of facts and figures in the link I have provided. Let’s blog to make a difference.
Today I’d like to share links from my special group of bloggers over at #WriteTribe – without whose ideas and assistance the #WriteTribe Festival of Words would not have happened. I’m sharing with you the one post from their blog they consider to be ‘special posts’. So here you go, in no particular order, special posts from special people.
Pheno Menon and The Art of Dreaming (doesn’t that sound so Zen-ish?)
Pixie’s Feminism and My Take
Sridevi is Pledging Differences
Richa sharing That old saying, how you always kill the one you love
Vidya says Reach In, Recharge!
Bindu Manoj tells us why she reads
Vaisakh’s writes a note to his past self
Privy Trifles gets post returned undelivered
While Kalpana writes a Letter To Grandpa
And Deepti Raman gets lessons from Grandma
Naina Madan who has been writing about Mumbai through this challenge says ‘It’s Delhi for all reasons and seasons!’ How confusing!
Santulan being vocal responds ‘Indecent‘
Akhil and Ayush tell us all about SEO
Preetilatha talks about Jim Morrision – Lounge Bar
Roshan confides in us about the stranger he loves.
Bhavya finds tingling memories and wafting fragrances.
To which Meena – who has to respond to everything that Bhavya says, responds that it’s a cardinal sin.
Sreedev tells us about a toothless god.
Shiva tells us about the colours in her life
While Jyothi tells us her pet peeves
Shilpa recalls her memories
Laxmi doodles about ambition
While Diana says ‘Wake Up India‘
Suzy goes on a Ram Yatra
Meera goes online and offline
To which Kajal says ‘Que Sera Sera’.
I would like to say thank you to each one of you that made this 7-day event such a success. I’m looking forward to us getting together for a lot more similar (yet different) events. Meanwhile, keep writing, reading, commenting and sharing.
Make Day 7 of the Write Tribe Festival of Words the best day of the challenge!