The Saturday Spotlight – The Ilirian Wanderer
Yet another week has flown by and here I sit, tapping away at my keyboard wondering what exactly to write.
Admittedly this week will be etched in the hearts of my entire family (which comprises of my parents and two brothers) as a horrid one. The week in which a dream that had been nurtured for 26 years wilted and died.
That said, TTOT is all about goodness and not about counting the negatives in our lives is it?
Like how a friend taught me, no matter what happens in life, always GET UP, DRESS UP and SHOW UP!
Life has to and WILL go on. It is your choice whether to walk that walk smiling and basking in the sunshine of Hope and good times or frowning and wilting under the burden of pain and agony!
So, here I go!
Ten Things of Thankful 06!
The subject of the film- LISTEN is also a valuable one.
Thank you dear friend for letting me be a part of your team. For giving me the opportunity to learn so much and for the beautiful memories the making of this film gifted me with 🙂
May this and all other ventures you set out on meet with success. May Good Luck keep you company at all times 🙂
p style=”text-align: justify;”>P.S. The short film will be my theme for #1000speak
Good health is something all of us or rather, many of us take for granted.
It is more precious than we acknowledge.
Thank you for keeping him in one piece and for giving him the amazing pics and for making his dream of seeing a Royal Bengal Tiger in its natural habitat come true! 🙂
Here is the video of his first hand encounter with the Royal Bengal Tiger.
It makes you keep walking no matter what. Even when what faces you is a wall of inky black darkness, that spark of Hope that shines in your heart will light your way.
I am grateful that he called me coz it turned out to be a get-together that kindled in my heart that soothing warmth of love and affection which radiates out to build around you an aura of peaceful joy.
Thank you… 🙂
He has landed himself an opening in Cinema. Film making is his passion. I am ever so grateful that he is able to be where he wants to be and not where the people around him want him to be. Thank you…
And Thank God for giving me a tummy big enough to squeeze in a second lunch that day!! 😛
It takes time and consistent efforts to make a relationship work in the long run. It is a question of what your priorities are and how much you WANT a relationship to work.
It is the same for all relationships. Be it among married couples, parents and children, siblings, friends, and so on…
It’s easy to write off people and bonds. It is easier to give up on people.
What is hard is to take the time and effort to nurture a bond and let a relationship grow slowly and tenderly, letting its roots of trust grow and run deep.
I suck at building and maintaining relationships. This is something I need to learn and make a part of my life.
I need to let myself trust people.
But when you see so many “fakes” around you…. :/
Thank you for keeping my friend happy. For blessing him with the exact kind of job he wished to get. He is happy. I could feel it in the passion in his voice when he described to me the details of his work.
I am on the lookout for an entry as a social worker myself and he said he will get in touch with me the minute he comes to know of one.
Thank you 🙂
Thank you…for the positivity and strength you are imbuing my parents hearts with every day, every moment….
He makes me smile everyday when he, through a tiny window that pops up at a corner of my computer screen, wishes me a “Good morning” 🙂
The little green dot beside his name makes me happy because he is a friend my pen gifted me with.
And believe it or not, that guy ACTUALLY asked me to write in HIS blog!!! 😀 😉
Thank you Leo for having me over! 🙂 🙂
I have never been asked by anyone to write anywhere so this little invite from you made my day!
It means far more than you know.
p style=”text-align: justify;”>Thank you 🙂