As I am a lacto vegetarian (eating cheese, yogurt, milk-products but no eggs) I pick the raisins out of Aclicia’s blog: Everything that is related to my diet. Alicia puts much effort into her blog through photos and text. I recommend her blog for all who have a similar diet like me (lacto vegetarian and vegans) to get in touch with her lovely and surely deliciouos recipes. According to the motto: In each person there is some special value we can learn from, as each person is unique coming with own talents.
1. Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
2. Write a post to show your award.
3. Give a brief story of how your blog started.
4. Give two pieces of advice to new bloggers.
5. Select 15 other bloggers for this award.
6. Comment on each blog to let them know you’ve nominated them and a link to the post you created.
A brief story of how my blog started (3):
When my actual blogging start began, last year in January 2017, I did not know so much about the possibilities wordpress offers to exchange opinions, experiences, thoughts and words. I came to know it when I began to blog myself becoming aware of how the exchange between people works. Then step by step I have loved this way of exchange and in this connection I could share my own experiences in forms of poems, digital art and videos as well as spiritual quotes and text of my Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, of Kabir, Rumi and other high spirits. Reading is like watching a glass full of juice, but we people have to drink this glass full of juice – otherwise it remains mere book-reading. When drinking the nectar of other people’s thought and ideas, it needs to be digested – then we can make the full use of it as it will add to the reservoir of our own experience (digested thoughts). Then a real exchange of thoughts and words takes place.
I use the platform wordpress mostly to share spirituality, a touch of the spirit. However, it is the same as with the glass full of juice: when sitting in front of it just thinking about it, it remains in grey theory. Spirituality cannot be learnt, just by book-reading, it requires receptivity with which we are able to catch the invisible flammes, to catch fire in our hearts, to receive a ruling passion to know who we are, from where we came and where we have to go, a passion that allows us to scrutinize our own motives when doing, speaking, writing or thinking something, a ruling passion: (Who I am – Man know thyself) to start a journey into one’s own mind, to understand it. With each sincere question (theory) we answer (practice) with the spate of our spirit to get rid of our muddy shortcomings and free the light in us to come to light. This spirituality, which has infected us like a virus, it becomes alive when putting all the learnt and understood things into practice…
So let us drink and digest this spiritual drink, knowing that we are all one in the ONE – learning from each other, in giving and sharing (without making the claim to get anything in return – this is then really unconditional sharing and giving, like the sun gives light to us…)
Here we touch us by words, take us by our hands for a walk in the virtual world and nevertheless, although a virtual world, we leave mutual traces in our hearts…
My Advice to Beginners (4):
1.) Write comments and write always in friendly positive words –
so that people feel comfortable with what you have to say, even when you disagree with them.
Because friendly words are free…
2.) Be yourself, honest and unique and express it in your own words (unless you use quotes).
My Nominees (5):
(Participation is of course a voluntary matter – when joining have much fun, dear blogger)
Thank you, my dear blogger friends, for your presence and attention!