Thanks for your comments!

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The greatest feature of WordPress is the ability to connect with the fellow bloggers across the nations. WordPress has a deeper penetrations irrespective of language, culture, class, or creed. No international border can stop you from connecting with others.

You can follow anyone and anybody can follow you as well. All bloggers have unique theme for their blogs. Some are spiritually oriented and some are secular. But everyone is passionate about what they share.

One of the other feature, which is my favourite is the comments section. You can read and respond to the article in an instant. You can articulate your opinions, objections, suggestions. You can argue about your viewpoints.

Usually, the blogger community is very compassionate towards the fellow bloggers. They are very respectful and responsible while commenting. Utmost care is taken to prevent demeaning comments.

I have received some great comments whenever I wrote about my innermost thoughts. When I felt disliked, I was showered with lots of love. When I shared a piece of art, I was admired. When I achieved something, I was congratulated from the depths of heart.

When I shared about the present scenario of the pandemic, I received your prayers for me, my family, and COVID-19 warriors. I am completely overwhelmed by your humility and compassion. I want to thank each one of you for your lovely, adorable, powerful, challenging, encouraging words and comments.

I try my best to share a comment to every blog post I read, although I don’t have enough time for myself and my family. I apologise to my followers whom I have not commented upon. In spite of my busy schedule I try to squeeze in some moments to share few words for my fellow bloggers. I know that you love to be commented upon your wonderful posts. I will always try my best to do it as much as possible.

I bless you in the name of Yeshua Meshiakh.

2nd Anniversary celebration!

Hi everyone 👋

Please join me in celebrating 2nd anniversary of my blogging journey.

I entered the blogging realm two years ago and I am extremely enjoying it.

I never thought that I would be liked, appreciated, and followed by 769 WordPress bloggers and 10 email followers.

I want to thank each one of you for your visitation, your valuable comments, your blog posts, and reblogging my post.

Your regular encouragement has been my inspiration and motivation. I have continued to add more posts only because of your constant support.

I am grateful to each of you. You are the most valued people in my life. You are the part of my blogging world. You are my connection with the world.

I wish you good health and safety. I pray to my God (The God of the Holy Bible) for your protection from all harm and danger. God bless you. Stay connected with each other.

Shalom to you in the blessed name of Yeshua Meshiakh. 🙌

This is your friend….. Bible blogger 😇🙏

Am I likable!

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We all have our own likes and dislikes. My likes might not coincide with yours. I don’t think we can agree on everything we share.

As a third child in our family, I never felt that I was liked by many. In fact in our culture, I felt disliked by many.

I was body shamed for having a broad nose. I was mocked for having a wide mouth. It made me hurt and caused to retrieve into isolation. I would be afraid to go out of the house without any reason.

I had fear of unknown. I was terrified by the sight of dogs. I couldn’t engage in any conversation with other kids in the class.

I felt useless and worthless. My parents were busy with sorting out their own differences and therefore couldn’t feel their caring love.

Definitely, they provided food, clothing, shelter, and schooling. I don’t feel great attachment towards my parents. My brothers were quite supportive.

My elder brother was always kind towards me. He would share his pocket money for my expenses. He would travel long distance to meet me in my hostel when I was answering my exams.

Later on, we encountered Jesus (Yeshua) through the preaching of our mentor. It brought great sense of belongingness. Both of us shared great closeness.

Afterwards, we began our own families. We got busy. We are connected to each other. We aren’t able to see each other so frequently because of pandemic.

The WordPress has gifted me many friends. Whenever I recieve a “Like”it thrills my heart. It produces a great feeling of warmth and self-worth. I feel appreciated. I feel people like me for who I am.

Your likes makes me feel likable. It has increased my confidence. I love to pour out my heart because of you guys. You make me write more. I write only for my readers. Otherwise, there’s no reason to pen anything.

I thank my Yeshua for blessing me with such huge gallaxy of friends from all around the world. God bless you dear friends. Stay home, stay safe.

Blogging: An expression of heart – one line at a time!

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When I started blogging somewhere 2 years ago, I never thought that I would love it so much.

I am enjoying writing my blogs, day after day. I thought that one day I will fall short of topic for my daily blog post.

Then I discovered that you can blog on any topic in the universe. As the universe is studded with diverse stars, similarly the blog posts could have variety as well.

For me, blogging is an expression of my heart. I write with hands and my android phone, however my heart is the one doing all the thinking.

You might be wondering, does heart thinks! Oh yeah, we all think with our minds but ultimately listen to our hearts.

Blogging is liberating. Blogging is relaxing. Blogging is voicing your thoughts. It helps me to share my passions.

It requires determination and dedication. It demands consistency and perseverance. It demands careful arrangements of bunch of words in a logical fashion.

You need to get through to the heart of your audience. They learn about you and your heart through your blog. Your blog is the window through which they can see your world. They can see the world from your eyes and heart. Don’t shy away from sharing. Sharing is always caring.

All the best dear blogging community. I am so happy to be a part of this community. God bless each one of you out there.

In the name of Yeshua Meshiakh.