Dear chosen blogger-friend,
Just feel free to participate, its not a must.
Wishing everyone a good time
What is the Liebster Award?
Liebster award is an award that exists in the internet, which is a way of recognizing and admiring bloggers by bloggers. I think this is a fun way of discovering new blogs.
WHAT TO DO IF NOMINATED FOR THE LIEBSTER AWARD:
If you have been nominated for The Liebster Award AND YOU CHOOSE TO ACCEPT IT, or you chose to start a blog post about the Liebster award; you should do the following:
Thank the person who nominated you, and put a link to their blog on your blog. Try to include a little promotion for the person who nominated you. They will thank you for it and those who you nominate will also help you out as well.
Display the award on your blog — by including it in your post and/or displaying it using a “widget” or a “gadget”. (Note that the best way to do this is to save the image to your own computer and then upload it to your blog post.)
For the 2018 Liebster Award, I will be shaking things up! Write a small post about what makes you passionate about blog posting.
Provide 10 random facts about yourself. (Again this year I’m making this optional. If you wish to engage with your readers it’s a great idea to include random facts about you.)
Nominate 5 – 11 blogs that you feel would enjoy blogging about this award the award.
List these rules in your post (You can copy and paste from here or simply link to this post.)
Inform the people/blogs that you nominated that they have been nominated for the Liebster award and provide a link for them to your post.
1.) Thanks to Binita:
I am thankful to Binita, who is a kind Indian girl and who has chosen me for the Liebster Award. Her blog is meant to share ideas and experiences with the situation of being unemployed in a mutual exchange. She likes to listen what others have to say, has a good sense of humor and regards roses as most beautiful flowers. She loves reading (mysterious novels) and writing and has a good attitude to solve things herself. Her name Binita has also some more meanings beside “Modest”. That is: “The holy one”, “The blessed one” – really beautiful name 🙂
I consider her as an open-minded and friendly person, interested in new things which alone should be a reason to pay a visit to her blog: https://educatedunemployedindian.wordpress.com/
Thank you, dear friend 🙂
All good wishes
2.) Benita’s Questions (Q = questions, A = Answers)
Q: 1. How did you find the idea of starting your blog?
A: Some years ago when I started my blog I have simply used the platform wordpress to store my digital art and poems. At that time I was not very much enthusiastic to share them with other bloggers, so this happened maybe 3 years ago, when I understood that we all can learn from each other in the way of harmonic giving and taking, offering and accepting – a mutual exchange where both parties can benefit from.
Q: 2. If God would grant you a wish, what would you wish for?
A: A big spiritual revolution, an awakening of mankind with right understanding, respect and love among each other on the level of man with the awareness that we are all one and that we should treat us like that as brothers and sisters in God, no matter which religion, which colour, caste, faith, nation we belong to.
Q: 3. What kind of content do you enjoy writing the most? Articles, poetry, short story, daily life, journal, etc.
A: I like poems and aphorism, as words can be painted with the colour of the heart.
Q: 4. We all get angry sometimes, what angers you the most in your day to day life?
A: My life is quite balanced and I have to be responsible for my own life, others are responsible for theirs. In my poems I try to express own experience which I did not see only in others but also in myself. It is a way of understanding oneself and to make improvement wherever possible.
Q: 5. Three facts about your favorite book.
A: In fact I have a number of favorite books among them there are the books of my Master Sant Kirpal Singh, for example “Crown of life”, in which he describes the goals of the common yoga-types (there are more than 200 different types), a comparation how far they go, or “Mystery of death” – In which he clearly writes what will happen when we someday have to leave the body, describing there the inner worlds and dimensions and explains where the soul has to go. Then I have to mention Kabir too: There are two books, also spiritual pearls: “The Anurak Sagar” and “The Dialogues of Kabir”
Here a link to books mostly written by Sant Kirpal Singh
Q: 6. Describe one of your brilliant ideas or your eureka moment or something that you are most proud of.
A: As many Saints have written that pride is the brother of ego – ego is always something that separates you from another: “I have done it… it is my… I did it… – we have to learn that the drop in the vast Ocean is not separated – we are all not the doers, this is Maya: Recently something inside me wrote: “The shadow thinks it is moving, but it is the light that moves the shadow…” All humble and true disciples of God see themselves as a borrowed servant – as nothing belongs to us (even the life and soul we were given…)
Q: 7. One word that explains your true self.
Q: 8. Three things you can’t live without in life.
A: without my Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, without His competent Gurmukhs Dr. Harbhajan Singh and his wife Biji Surinder Kaur and without the path leading to home eternal, Surat Shabd Yoga.
Q: 9. Your idea of a perfect day- indoors or outdoors?
A: As indoor and outdoor both belong to the outside world, I would say a perfect day is being inside myself, shutting all doors of outward flowing senses, including thoughts…
Q: 10. Imagine you have a pet if you don’t have one and one day your pet learned to talk. What would be the first thing according to you your pet will say?
A: Usually dogs have a friendly communion with man and as they are obedient and faithful towards their masters, showing their real feelings, they are honest, humble and good-natured and cannot make a show. If their masters treated them well, they would answer: Thank you…
To be with like-minded people is a good way to share thoughts and words, get inspirations and share experiences as well.
4.) 10 Random facts about myself
01.) Love my Master Sant Kirpal Singh
02.) Love His Gurmukhs Dr. Harbhajan Singh and hiw wife Biji Surinder Kaur
03.) Love Unity of Man
04.) Love spirituality
05.) Love Helping people
06.) Love digital art-work
07.) Love creating poems and aphorism
08.) Love Surat Shabd Yoga
09.) Love Kirpal Sagar
10.) Love vegetarian food
5.) My nominees are:
Pen and Paradise
Thoughts of Sho
My questions to the nominees:
1.) What do you regard as the sense and purpose of life?
2.) What would you change in the world?
3.) What was your greates experience in life?
4.) Do you see in others a reflection to yourself?
5.) What is the meaning of love for you?
6.) How can we overcome poor and rich?
7.) What can our society do to give our children a better place in this world?
8.) Can violence be fought with violence?
9.) Why we should not judge other people?
10.) What can each of us do to make the world better?