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Keeping It Real

“Some things will always be stronger
than time and distance.
Deeper than languages and ways.
Like following your dreams,
and learning to be yourself.
Sharing with others
the magic you have found. . . . “

~ Sergio Bambaren – The Dolphin: Story of a Dreamer

I was overwhelmed by the response to my previous post. Sumit’s response in his post ‘Ecstacy’ was enough to make it all worthwhile. Then came loads of comments which really touched my heart – thank you.

José, my husband, has been telling me all along that I write best when share from my personal experiences. Sometimes I don’t take his ‘gyaan’ seriously enough. My mistake! I’ve decided that if I really want to become a good writer I need to keep it real. I need to let you in to my world and tell you about things that really touch me to the core, not add my two cents worth to someone else’s wisdom! A lesson that I have learnt a little late but I’m hoping that it stays learnt!

I’m setting out to sail this boat of mine in fresh waters…..wish me luck! I promise to be back here – and soon – first of all to respond to each of your very heartening comments and then to write from the heart!

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  1. Corinne Rodrigues Corinne Rodrigues September 29, 2009

    @ IHM – Yes, your blog is such a wonderful mix of personal and topical. Thanks for the feedback.@ Vidya – You always are – proud of me I mean :P@ Gopinath – Thanks so much…@ Lisa – You're on the top of my list of favorite blog friends. Hugs…@ Solilo – Look who's talking ;)@ Indy – I love the personal ones from you too :)@ Lance – I'm listening alright! Love your blog and am blogrolling you!

  2. Lance Lance September 23, 2009

    Corinne,Writing from the heart is what pulls me in every time. It all feels real and true. Listen to your heart…it has a story to tell…

  3. Indy Indy September 22, 2009

    Yes indeed! And we will love to read about it all!!!

  4. Solilo Solilo September 21, 2009

    It is always nice to read you. Inspirational as always!

  5. mommytoalot mommytoalot September 21, 2009

    Good luck to you. I for one, love your inspirational writingsxo

  6. Gopinath Gopinath September 21, 2009

    Wish you all the best in anticipation of great posts from you!

  7. indianhomemaker indianhomemaker September 20, 2009

    Our own experiences only we can tell, that is what makes them unique. A mix of both kinds of posts is also a good idea, but I did love the last one very much…where I also loved this line, which I believe strongly in, You are never given a dream without being given the power to make it come true!

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