Today is the fifth anniversary of this blog, which I started writing on Sameer’s 6th death anniversary. In my first post, “Light House”, describing a mysterious happening after his passing, I wrote:
“Death is an unarguable inevitability. And there will be questions and emotions when a loved one moves on. However, those who stay behind – can celebrate the life lived. Through greater love, deeper understanding in their own lives.”
In light of that start, today, I look back with satisfaction on the 147 posts thus far. Each one sharing a little bit of myself and what I have learned. In the hope that it will be of some help to someone else.
And I dare say, the articles have lived up to this intent. As a repository of resource articles, the blog has generated a great deal of soul-satisfying feedback from its small, but regular group of followers. That makes all the hours of composition and writing worthwhile.
A heartfelt thanks to all those who read, experiment with the suggestions, like, share with friends, and write back with their feedback. You motivate me to continue.
I shared a List of Select Posts last September, for the ease of bookmarking. Here are some additions from the current year, (based upon the response they received) in no particular order:
- “I must be happy. All the time.” ~ Is that true?
- Preparing for the New (Year).
- 9 Clearing Statements to Address the Fear of Uncertainty.
- A Prayer To Restore Faith.
- Material Wealth, Abundance, and Spirituality.
- 16 Effective Ways to Dissolve Unhappiness.
- How To Dissolve A Long Standing Grievance.
- How To Navigate Through Significant Change.
- 11 Crisp Reminders To Help With Difficult Situations.
- 16 Clearing Statements To Address The Self-Sabotage of “Inevitability”.
Looking forward to our continuing interaction!
Good wishes to all and thank you.
4 thoughts on “5th Blog Anniversary – List of Select Posts”
Sangeeta,I thank you for your presence on this planet at this time. And for the meaningful ways in which your wisdom has impacted my life.Much respect for the brave soul you are. May the love you share come back manifold and sustain you always.Hugs, Nilima
Thank you for your kind and loving words Nilima 🙂
Thank you Sangeeta for sharing your wisdom and experience. I look forward to exploring more of your favorites on my return from vacation.
Love and light,
Thank you, Val. It is a pleasure to have your visits and comments.
Trust you had a good vacation and hope you enjoy your explorations here as well 🙂
Love and light,