Nomination for the Sunshine Award

Gratitude for Award Nomination

I am grateful to Zakia for nominating my name for the Sunshine Blogger Award. I have been following Zakia’s blog @ and have loved the posts, be it the prayers for the day or money-making scheme.
The questions by Zakia and my answers:
1. What do you think about life?
2. When did you start writing, and why?
3.Do you believe in dreams? Are they real?
4.Did you change? If yes, why?
5.If you become a president of an under-developed country, What changes will you do on priority?
6.Who is your true love?
7.What is your approach to being helping hand?
8.How do you deal with happiness and sadness?
9.Do you love coffee or tea? And why?
10.How is socializing to you? Do you enjoy?
11.Lastly, What is your best memory in life?
ANS:1. It’s a chance to excel in whatever you set your mind to.
ANS: 2. I started writing when I was 9 years old. The writing was the ultimate expression of my feelings. It was also instantly addictive.
ANS 3. I have a ‘take it or leave it’ relationship with my dreams. I believe in those dreams which motivate me, but kick away like a pebble the ones which are a mere distorted version of any part of life. It’s up to a person to make certain dreams a reality, but not all dreams are worth testing out- they’ll pass with the night.
ANS 4. Life is a flow and meant to evolve. One must change with time. Some change by getting old and others change by maturing. I would like to think that I have used the changes in me to improve myself by gaining experience and learning from them.
ANS 5. Looking at the current situation with the farmers and workers in India, I would de-corporate the country as a priority to stabilise the balance between filthy rich and unfair poverty. The only issue here would be that since the President of India is a mere rubber stamp, I would have to be the Prime Minister.
ANS 6. My true love in this world is my family- My hubby and children. My true spiritual love is my own soul; the pure essence of the Universe itself.
ANS 7. Help those who are willing to help themselves.
ANS 8. One doesn’t have to ‘deal’ with happiness. It’s like rain, it will drench you, quench you and make you dance like a peacock. Sadness, however, is  like a wild horse, which need to be tamed and reined. Only a positive mindset could overpower the beast, or it would ride all over your emotions. Meditation is the best gym to build your mental muscles to guard against negativities.
ANS 9. I love both, decaffeinated tea and decaffeinated coffee. The choice has to match with my mood.
ANS 10. I love socialising with chosen people- it may range from one person to a crowd of few. I would enjoy a room full of strangers if the main focus resonates with me- Music so I could tap across the floor, an art gallery to get motivation for my next painting, a book shop for my favourite genre, and of course, shopping in a busy store.  
ANS 11. When I became a mother the very first time, I was overwhelmed by the miracle.  So much so that I repeated the experience twice more.🤗
My questions from my nominees:
Q1) What is one thing that makes you happy and sad at the same time?
Q 2) How do you keep yourself positive?
Q 3) What is your favourite genre and why?
Q 4) What is one personal trait you would like to see in your life partner? If married or in a relationship already, then what is the best quality you love in your partner?
Q 5) Do you think that texting has undermined the skill of writing with a pen?
Q 6) Is technology a boon or a curse for mankind, in your opinion?
Q 7) Is diet more important for health or exercise? Please give a reason for your choice.
Q 8) Should people keep pets? Please give a reason for your choice.  
Q 9) Should vegetarianism be promoted or do you think meat is the healthiest source for protein?
Q 10) Socialism or capitalism or a combination of both or a totally new system? Please give a reason for your choice.  
Q 11) What is your favourite pastime and why?
The Rules for the nominations-
1 Thank the blogger who nominated you and links back to their blog.
2. Answer the 11 questions sent by the person who nominated you.
3. Nominate 11 new bloggers to receive the award and write them 11 further questions.
4. List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post and/or your blog.
People I nominate for their amazing blogs are:

1. Zakia Attia @
2. Eternity
6. Parneet Sachdev
8. Colin M
11. BELLE: The book

How to churn out Positivity out of Negative cause  

Think about what makes us desire for anything – answer is, absence of something. When one feels the need for money, for example, it means there is scarcity of it. Scarcity is equal to depravity, and feeling of either of these thoughts stems from a very negative base. Yet it’s the thought of ‘need’ which bears desire, and to desire means evolving life. Stagnant life degenerates. Now, with this belief, let’s analyse how the negativity is washed out completely out of the process of desiring to leave the residue of pure positive emotion from which manifestation unfolds.  
The urge of depravity begets a thought to fill the gap with fulfilment of our need. This stage is most crucial to shape up the manifestation, or not. Thought evolves into emotion, which has a much stronger frequency than a thought. So, before a thought influences an emotion of negativity through overthinking, our conscious mind need to take complete charge pragmatically. ‘Tell’ yourself to think of an authentic action towards achieving your fulfilment. The concentration should be to charge energy into progressing your desire further, and not to encourage and nourish sentiments of self-pity or poverty in your mind. No time to stand still and think as brain has a propensity to freeze up readily unless you give this horse a squeeze to trot and gain speed gradually. Bacteria of negativity would grow rapidly in the stagnant water, impairing not just the taste but making its constituency stale too. The same thing would happen with your desire if you ponder too long on desire itself, without actually engaging the right gear and pressing on the accelerator to get going. So, to continue to move towards your goal is The Vital part of manifestation. This movement can range from finding another job or business, exploring your skills deeply and applying them appropriately, changing your current strategies towards time management, work and people; above all, must meditate to build your belief stronger and stronger. Meditation and introspection are like supplement, for a stronger and healthier mindset. Soon you would start to see your efforts – both physical and spiritual- sprouting results. The more this plant of action grows, the deeper the root your belief would take. Your responsibility is to nourish this plant consistently. In other words, you would be too busy to even think about depravity, poverty or any weaker thoughts. While you are flowing with your desire, you are moving closer towards manifesting it. So, don’t dwell on the negative aspects of your desire, rather engage your energy towards how best you could achieve your goal. This would lift your vibration and that’s all is the Universe expecting from you. Put your best foot forward and the rest would get done with Nirankar’s blessings. After all, God help those

Law of Attraction : How to be thankful for the present you desire to escape

The words echo in my ears, ‘Be thankful for whatever you have in the Present’ or ‘ Be happy with what you have now and be grateful to God.’ All sounds logical and definitely have a spiritual undercurrent in these wise words, but if we are ‘thankful’ for and ‘happy’ with our current situation, then why do we even need to desire for more or different?
                              I’ll share with you what has resonated with me: Life is about prioritising situations. So, when I am thanking Nirankar, I pick the best moments in my life. In other words, my life might comprise of a thousand situations and I feel happy only about less than a dozen of them. The highlight is the fact that I have something, however small, which stirs mirth in my life and that is what I shall be thankful for. But my desire is that I want more of such happy situations. Secondly, when I desire for more of ‘something that I already have,’ it actually means that I am not starting from zero but have something to begin with- again, a reason to be grateful. If I desire for ‘different’ then I must have potential to receive it and am ready to work towards it. What it means is: if I want to change my current job to another role which is better suited for my skills, then I have my skills to be thankful for; and if I improve my scope by learning new expertise, then I must appreciate my capability to learn. Lastly, with regard to ‘escaping’ the present movement is concerned, then again, remember prioritising life. Escaping negative is actually positive. Let me elucidate. If I have bad company and I desire to improve my social circle, then my focus would be to look for better people and should not think much about the current situation. So, this would be my new mission and God shall put me in situations where I would have an opportunity to meet new friends or colleagues. We hear people saying, ‘I escaped it by the skin of my tooth.’ This escape is good. Focus on glass half full, and desire for it to be filled to the brim, provided the desire is morally grounded and is not greed.