Got inspired again

Developing a practical plan brings you the success you seek.

This is what the Zodiac predicted for me.

What is the success I seek?

To write 100 words everyday and post in my blog/blogs.

I have blogs at WordPress, blogger, LiveJournal, Tumblr and where else?

Earlier I attempted this. Now one more purposeful and serious attempt.

Got more inspiration and insight from this site.

The project begins again from today.

The practical plan is to select a blogging site, (change everyday if possible), write, keep drafts ready to post in the site.

I should have some attractive subjects.

Titles – be ready!


Yoyo Mojo. No? No.

This thought and search of ‘self-pity’ lead me to several wonderful thought presses on Word Press.
I am just taking care of things that are given to me including the thoughts and the WordPress.
Nothing is wrong in ‘self-pity’ only thing is let ‘self-pity’ stay for a while and then “you get up and go”
Ah, there taken care of the ‘self-pity’

Love Those "Hands at Home"


What is your stance on whining?

Do you see it as healthy and cathartic? Or feel it is the worst of self pity and completely pointless?

Do you enjoy is for yourself but find it distasteful when others indulge?

My very good friend, and former boss, was known to hang up the phone on me when I whined. He would give me one quiet warning and then . . . click.

I’m actually not all that given to whining. It isn’t on the list of approved behaviors published by my patron saint, Pollyanna, you see.

But some days, I can’t help myself . . .

I’m in the mood to whine.

You may avert your eyes, if need be, or go ahead and hang up on me.

I am suffering from ennui. My list of daily stints has stunted me. Every project I have under way is either vexing…

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Taking care

Yes, nearly one hour I waited at the laptop care center. I was taking care of the Laptop which my son had bought.

The damn thing does not switch on.

The documents say that we don’t have an extended warranty.

The preliminary survey says that if I don’t have the extended warranty the repairing costs would cost nearly to that of buying a new computer.

Do we have an extended warranty?

Taking care takes more time and money than enjoying the output of the machine. My son had bought the machine with all love. He had taken care of it.

Take Care Of It

I have this blog with me. I should take care of it – right? Thoughts after reading this post.

The Chatter Blog

I was always taught to take care of what I have.

No matter what it cost to get, or if it was given to me, or if I made it, or found it.  If I have it, it’s worth taking care of.

Whether it’s material and can be held in my hands.

Or something I hold in my heart.

Take care of it.

If I have it – I have a responsibility to care of it.

If I don’t take care of it, I shouldn’t expect someone else to do it for me.

And I certainly should not expect someone else to replace it.

Simple lesson.

Take care of it.

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