It’s being said that you are always beautiful, so do I need to get formal & ask you if you are hale & hearty? Every Shakespeare keeps advising to listening one’s inner voice (Oho, blushing!) as it makes one being true to oneself & brings proximity towards God. The Inner Voice is always true & paves the way for true pleasure & happiness.
Having a fervor to explore something new, brought me into this blogging world where I realized (& yes, it’s just because of ‘you’!) that how much I love penning down my thoughts which yearns me for getting into it deeply. It just makes me relieved out of inhibitions. When I execute the cobweb where my feelings were being caged, I feel bliss.
As I inherited this writing bug from my father, besides being brought up in this technically-advanced world, I found my way to cherish the beauty of letters. When my elder sister migrated to a new city for job, I commenced sending her greeting cards on her each birthday while penning down my thoughts onto it which makes her smile &, she keeps her eye on the door for the courier. I could either SMS or e-mail her, but that wouldn’t guarantee a smile on her face which I delineate through a smiley on the back of the card.
Well! I have written this letter to express gratitude to ‘you’ for letting me know the raison d’etre of mine, whenever there was an aberration. I don’t know if this is a digital letter or an Aerogram to my fellow bloggers, but for me it’s an oblation to the auspicious ‘one’. I know you are always in me, but often it takes distances to cover up that one single route to truth. I pray that I always get to you early.
This post has been written for the contest WRITE TO READ, an initiative by Pendown & Random House Publishers India.