Discussion in 'Stories (Fiction)' started by GeetaKashyap, Nov 1, 2018.
We are all learning; let's take one step at a time.
As you say teacher
Yeah later I realised it is a snippet so I addressed you Geeta ☺️
That's really true...Self Love ...the more we love ourself..the more we take care of ourself the more confident we are
Kudos to your choice of vocabulary enriched with emotive power spanning the previous, present and next-gen life spectrum. It tend to be a biopic starting with cacophony of ranade road radar tt Bhelpuri blend.
Super read interest sustaining from commencement to conclusion. A nectar of SOLILOQUY MADE with heat friction and energy. A dramatic monologue of international dimension indeed.
Thank you so much for reading this story and appreciating it. I am humbled by your kind words.
Dear @Adharv and @Ammu2886,
I am sharing a few links that explain the concept of self-love; see if it interests you. Let us learn and practice it.
A Seven-Step Prescription for Self-Love
8 Powerful Steps to Self-Love
10 Wonderful Ways To Practice Self-Love
Just Love Yourself: 5 Must-Know Self-Love Techniques
Thank you, Gurugale. Definitely I would go through the below links.
First thing, I love the pictures you put in your stories
Secondly, you have come up with such an intense topic very easily, liked your narration and comparison between Life and Bhel
It’s soooo true, and only one sentence going on in my head from the time I read the paragraph mentioning about the bridging generation - ‘Cannot make everyone happy !’
In such situations, most of the time we tend to agree to our children and go ahead with their decisions submissing our disappointment and dissatisfaction. That’s how life has changed in the recent times.
Hoping for more sweeter bhel in everyone’s share
Thanks for observing them. I am a visual person and I enjoy them. I thought that this Kannada actress Malathi Sardeshpande's face reflected various emotions at once, all in layers, one beneath the other! I consider her a good actress. Then that Bhelpuri is from my kitchen.
This story was done by me almost 2 years back; Always I wondered whether my readers would accept this introspective story or dismiss it as a 'boring' stuff. I am greatful to you all for being with me and identifying with parts of it. This is a gratifying moment for me.
Thank you very much for this detailed feedback. I join you in your prayers for a sweet Bhel for everyone.
Wish you a happy and prosperous Deepavali.
In continuation to the above, check out this video. I haven't gone through it fully as of now but it seems like a good one.