Tagged by Manuela for the “Tot-Tag” – This or that questions

This OR That Tag


Manuela has tagged me for the “Tot-Tag” (This or that questions) which I appreciate very much.
Go and see her interesting blog: She has got strong interest in astrology and spirituality, well, she also likes cakes and chocolate ice-cream, as I do 🙂 – check out her blog, please.




  • Thank & tag the person that has tagged you
  • Attach the tag photo
  • Answers the ‘This or THAT questions
  • Tag a 10-20 friends.


Let’s get started!

    • Dog or Cat?
      • Dog & cat
    • Netflix or YouTube?
      • Youtube
    • Phone Call or Text?
      • Phone Call
    • Toast or Eggs?
      • Neither
    • Cardio or Weights?
      • Weights
    • Facebook or Twitter?
      • Neither 
    • Ice Cream Cone or Snow Cone?
      • Ice Cream (chocolate) 🙂 – ( I join Manuela’s answer 🙂 )
    • Mobile Games or Console Games?
      • Neither
    • While walking: Music or Podcasts?
      • Music 
    • iOS or Android?
      • Android 
    • Cake or Pie?
      • Cake
    • Swimming or Sunbathing?
      • Swimming
    • Big Party or Small Gathering?
      • Small gathering 
    • New Clothes or New Phone?
      • New clothes 
    • Rich Friend or Loyal Friend?
      • Loyal friend 
    • Football or Basketball?
      • Neither
    • Nice Car or Nice Home Interior?
      • Nice Home Interior
    • What’s worse: Laundry or Dishes?
      • Laundry
    • Jogging or Hiking?
      • Hiking 
    • Bath or Shower?
      • Shower  
    • Sneakers or Sandals?
      • Sandals
    • Glasses or Contacts?
      • Glasses 
    • Hamburger or Taco?
      • Neither
    • Couch or Recliner?
      • Both 
    • Online Shopping or Shopping in a Store?
      • Shopping in store 
    • Receive: Email or Letter?
      • Email
    • Passenger or Driver?
      • Driver
    • Tablet or Computer?
      • Computer 
    • Most important in a partner: Intelligent or Funny?
      • Both
    • Car or Truck?
      • Car 
    • Blue or Red?
      • Blue
    • Money or Free Time?
      • Free Time 
    • Amusement Park or Day at the Beach?
      • Day at the Beach 
    • At a movie: Candy or Popcorn?
      • Popcorn 
    • Pen or Pencil?
      • Pen 
    • Toilet paper: Over or Under?
      • Both
    • Cups in the cupboard: Right Side Up or Up Side Down?
      • Right Side Up (for piling them up)
    • Pancake or Waffle?
      • Pancake
    • Coke or Pepsi?
      • Neither
    • Coffee Cup or Thermos?
      • Neither
    • Blinds or Curtain?
      • Curtain 
    • Train or Plane?
      • Both
    • Phone or Tablet?
      • Phone 
    • Iced Coffee or Hot Coffee?
      • Hot chocolate (I join Manuela – LOL)
    • Meat or Vegetables?
      • Vegetables
    • International Vacation or a New TV?
      • International vacancy
    • Save or Spend?
      • Both
    • Honesty or Other’s Feelings?
      • Honesty
    • Coffee or Tea?
      • Tea 
    • TV or Book?
      • Book 
    • Movie at Home or Movie at the Theater?
      • Both
    • Ocean or Mountains?
      • Both 
    • Horror Movie or Comedy Movie?
      • Comedy 
    • City or Countryside?
      • Countryside 
    • Winter or Summer?
      • Both
    • Mac or PC?
      • PC
    • Console Gaming or PC Gaming?
      • Neither
    • Soup or Sandwich?
      • Soup
    • Card Game or Board Game?
      • Neither
    • Camping or Binge Watching Shows at Home?
      • Camping
    • Working Alone or Working in a Team?
      • Both
    • Dine In or Delivery?
      • Dine in
    • Sweater or Hoodie?
      • Hoodie 
    • Motorcycle or Bicycle?
      • Bicycle 
    • Book or eBook?
      • Book
    • When sleeping: Fan or No Fan?
      • Both (Summer or Winter)
    • TV Shows or Movies?
      • Movies 


My Nominees:

MG Wells


Sunshine and a smile in your heart, dear friends 🙂
ALL good wishes





Quote challenge – day 3!


1.) Thank the person who nominated you.
2.) Post a quote for three consecutive days (1 quote for each day).
3.) Share why this quote appeals so much to you.
4.) Nominate 3 different bloggers for each day.

I was nominated by Carly for this cool quote challenge which I appreciate very much. Thank you, dear Carly 🙂





This quote indicates that no Master has fallen out of the blue. Theory alone does not help to bring us forward on the spiritual path, it requires constant practising, discipline and patience.
On this way we should never give up, even when we fall down many times, then we simply have to take the dust down from our clothes, get up again and practise and practise until we have reached our goal. Each falling down enriches us with more and more experiences which is part of the later success.

Thank you very much, my friends
Wishing you all inner peace and sunshine


I nominate:







1.) Thank the person who nominated you.
2.) Post a quote for three consecutive days (1 quote for each day).
3.) Share why this quote appeals so much to you.
4.) Nominate 3 different bloggers for each day.

I was nominated by Carly for this cool quote challenge which I appreciate very much. Thank you, dear Carly 🙂



I like this quote very much as it includes our responsibility and own contribution as well as own development to make a step forward to help the world become better. We cannot just push off this responsibility to others, but have to bear it on our own shoulders. Also Gandhi said: “Be the change that you wish to see in the world!” Usually we tend to blame others for our shortcomings or seek for a victim to put the blame on – so isn’t it time to see our own shortcomings, to be aware of them and weed them out – one by one? If we criticize ourselves with the same passion we do with others, then…

Thanks, my friends 🙂


I nominate:






Quote challenge – nominated by Carly


1.) Thank the person who nominated you.
2.) Post a quote for three consecutive days (1 quote for each day).
3.) Share why this quote appeals so much to you.
4.) Nominate 3 different bloggers for each day.

I was nominated by Carly for this cool quote challenge which I appreciate very much. Thank you, dear Carly 🙂



During His world-tour in America my Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji was asked to describe the universal teaching of all competent Masters in a few words.
He answered: “Be Good, Do Good and Be One”

If someone has cleared himself inside from the spots of the mind, his thoughts are good, these thoughts lead to good words and deeds and when all is done selflessly (not being the doer, egoisticly) with the understanding that all is unity, all is one, we consequently develop love and respect to everyone as our neighbours, or brothers and sisters in Him.

I nominate:




Thank you Shobha Iyer for the nomination: “The Versatile Blogger Award”

The Versatile Blogger Award

“The Versatile Blogger Award is an initiative for bloggers to highlight the work of other bloggers, helping each other, after all that is what the blogosphere feeds: sharing.”

It is an initiative to publicize blogs with less followers, this Tag is like a joke but still it turns to be very effective to meet new fresh bloggers as well as experienced bloggers with talent as I am to start the prize I’m going to nominate a blog, then the rules are simple:

Thank the person / blog that indicated it
Include the blog link that nominated your blog for the prize

( Thank you Dear ===>>> https://thoughtsofsho.wordpress.com/)
Select and nominate another 10 blogs to attend:

And write 10 facts about yourself to the person who nominated you for the Versatile Blog Award. By participating in this contest you must wear my logo above “blue and pink crown at the beginning of the post.

I was nominated by Shobha Iyer for the “The Versatile Blogger Award” for which I would like to express my thankfulness and appreciation.
Dear readers and friends, I refer you to her interesting blog, Thoughtsofsho by Shobha Iyer , full of positive aspects. Just convince yourselves 🙂

Ten facts about myself:

1.) The most important persons in my life is my Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, Dr. Harbhajan Singh and his wife Biji Surinder Kaur. These universal teachings given by them and all competent Masters in the past have helped me a lot, to understand the purpose and sense of life. Humbly I bow down to them in deep thankfulness.

2.) I am a man, although my nick “Didi” sounds like a female name.

3.) Spirituality is my daily bread, to live and do with it.

4.) I am a lacto-vegetarian and consider all animals and plants as our brothers and sisters in a lower form, where also God’s life-impulse is embedded. There are two important laws: The Law of Karma and the Law of Grace – without the Law of Grace we would always be prisoners in the wheel of coming and going. Every tiny thought, even a single vibration of a thought is subject to cause and effect, is like a mirror to our own
thoughts, words and deeds. Thus everything comes with a reaction (action and reaction, cause and effect) – to eat plants has therefore two advantages:
first: it is living food, second: it causes less karma than eating animals. However, only through sincere longing for the truth, through devotion and love, the Law of Grace will take measurements to bring such a soul out of the transmigrating wheel to the higher planes such as Sach Khand, the plane of no matter but pure consciousness. From there our real journey home starts up to Anami, the 8th divine plane, where God Absolute is residing.

5.) My first poems and aphorisms I started to write over 40 years ago.

6.) As in my family there are artists, I also have become interested in art, in digital art. In this way I often try to create photos going along with my poems.

7.) Video creation also belongs to my hobbies.

8.) In my heart I wish that we all have a better understanding and treat us as human beings.

For those whose tongues are too fast I wish thoughtfulness.
For those whose hearts are hardened and hateful I wish peace and serenity.
For those who create misunderstandings I wish right understanding.
For those who have black blood in their veins I wish love and light.
For those who are indifferent I wish more responsibility.
For those who criticize I wish that they look into a mirror…
For all I wish to see the strings with which we are equipped, then we no longer are the Doers (as we are the puppets on the string, controlled by God)
For all I wish to see that we are all brother and sisters in Him, so that we treat us as brothers and sisters.
For all I wish to see that there is only one God for all, no matter how we name Him… as we are all His children.
For all of us: unity and oneness, no longer with the view of our ego/mind that separates everything.

9.) I love to be in the nature, I feel oneness, unity in the nature, all with all.

10.) My interests also extend to all old cultures.

My 10 Nominees:

Maysa Rose
The Little Mermaid
Fractured Faith Blog
Jens Jewish journey
With love
Easy vegetarian recipes

To participate in this award matter is voluntary, not a must.

Wishing you all light and love in your hearts

Nominated for “One Lovely Blog Award”


Dear Shanti Reddy, thank you so much for having nominated me for the “ONE LOVELY BLOG AWARD”,
its an honour for me 🙂

Shanthi Reddy is a creative writer, using her experience mainly for short stories. She writes beautifully. Please, dear reader, go andcheck out her blog.

Seven facts about me:

1.) My Master Sant Kirpal Singh comes first in my life.

2.) Spirituality is my driving power (recognize myself, intention to weed out all shortcomings).

3.) To justify my being – in finding and living the purpose of my life.

4.) May the day come that I am free from wishes and attachments and ego.

5.) To be a selfless tool in the hands of God.

6. To do good without knowing the results (avoiding to be proud…)

7. According to my Master – goal of my life: do good, be good and be one

My Nominees:

1.) Rohini
2.) afracturedfaithblog
3.) Hytoons
5.) Bhagyashri
6.) Tofino Photography
7.) Superduque777
8.) BeaFreitas
9.) Heart to soul
10.) Rupali G

Thanks, dear reader 🙂

For all bloggers nominated here: Please, feel free to participate 🙂

All good wishes to the entire blogging family

Honoured by the “Blogger Recognition Award”


My thankfulness goes to Natasha who has nominated me for the “Blogger Recognition Award”.
From her writing I can feel that she is a deep-thinking person willing to reach her goal with her power: “My saying is my doing!” I consider her as an honest and interesting person as well. Please, my dear readers, find out yourself, what Natasha has to share and tell us and visit her blog.
Thank you, dear Natasha 🙂


The Rule Book:

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

I started about 6-7 years ago but did not pay attention so much and left it rather aside for many years, just to place there a few poems of mine. At that time I did not know that blogging could have a positive impact on me – So in fact this year, beginning of this year, I have really started to be a blogger and found it useful to exchange thoughts and words with other people and share own thoughts and also the teaching of my Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji.

I have always liked to write poems, aphorism and quotes and gave them a “frame” with my digitial art that I also like very much as it may express sometimes things you would not be able to express them with words. Every now and then I am pack my ideas and art into a video.
So wordpress allows me to share this kind of art in an easy way.


My Advice to Beginners:

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 Nominations:

1. mypoeticjourneysite
2. Dolly N.
3. Monica Marie
5. blindloveweb
6. nageshkvadhera
7. Tashnee V Mavee
8. Maysa Rose
9. Shai Raanee
10. bowaleXO
11. EllaAya
12. When Stars Misguide Us
13. Ellie Haretuku
14. Hytoons
15. Sweta Ojha

I was nominated for the “Liebster Blogger Award”

I am happy and thankful for being nominated for the “Liebster Blogger Award” by Mozer G.
Please, my dear readers, pay a visit to his lovely site and explore yourself what Mozer
has to tell us- A visit is really worthwhile.

Thank you very much, dear Mozer G. 🙂



1. Acknowledge the blog who nominated you and display the award.
2. Answer the 11 questions the blogger gives you.
3. Give 11 random facts about yourself.
4. Nominate 11 blogs.
5. Notify those blogs of the nomination.
6. Give them 11 questions to answer.

1. What are you most afraid of?
That I am afraid of not being afraid of anything. LOL
No I really do not know

2. What are you most proud about yourself?
Since some years I tried not be pround of myself or anything, because the pride is another tool belonging to the ego. It makes us the doer, but infact there is only ONE doer who has created everything. Only ego and mind think that it is doing, acting, but do not see the divine strings fixed on the puppets – as we are puppets on the string. Pride gives food to the ego. If we do selfless service to man and get proud of it the credit goes to the ego, as this is not a real selfless service

3. If you can change something significant in your life, what would it be?
I do not want to see the mistakes of others, or criticise, or compare me with others – I want to be strict with myself and honestly find all mistakes in me and weed them out one by one. This is way to become more and more conscious and it requires honesty to oneself, to others and in front of God.

4. What was the silliest thing you’ve done?
Many years ago from I was living in a flat, 4th floor and I took the trash-bags with me to bring them down to the proper place. However, I saw my bus arriving and started to run with my both trash-bags (I did not realise that the trash-bags were with me as I was deeply absorbed). Luckily I reached the bus and was happy about it. Then I was shocked to see my trashbags in my hands – that was really a funny thing…

5. You eat heavy breakfasts?
I am a lacto-vegetarian and usually eat 2 slices of bread with cheese and have one glas of milk as well. So would say that I am not a heavy breakfast eater.

6. If you need to do with less food or sleep which would you rather give up?
Less food.

7. If you can meet anyone that’s alive today, who would it be?
My Master Sant Kirpal Singh

8. Are you an extrovert or introvert?
I am an open-minded person, thus an extroverted person.

9. What is your best post (in your opinion) and why?
Do you mean post like profession – it would be a language prof as I do speak 5 languages and have always been interested in studying languages.
Do you mean post like mail – the quotes of my Master as these wordings are deep and a treasure and food for the soul.

10. Do you get drunk ever?
I do not drink alcohol at all – once you entered the true path spirituality then smoking, drinking or taking any drugs – would have considerably a strong impact on your spiritual development and would bring you down again.

11. What inspires you?
When reading the books of my Master I feel very much inspired as these words go deeply into heart.


11 Random Facts about myself

1. I love nature very much

2. Make trekking tours in the wilderness

3. Read spiritual books

4. As God is in all, I love all

5. I am a calm person

6. As a voluntary helper I go to India every year

7. I love to help people

8. Kirpal Sagar – we have built with many people from all over the world – is in my heart.

9. I like cooking

10. I am a computer specialist

11. and am also a correspondent/translator – so I love languages


My nominees (have a visit to their interesting blogs)

Ajay Vyas
Tetiana Aleksina

11 Questions:

1.) What is your opnion about the climate change?

2.) Which countries you like to visit?

3.) Purpose of life?

4.) What you love more: to be at the sea or to be in the mountains?

5.) What was your best movie?

6.) Is there an alternative to our money system?

7.) What can we do to fight violence?

8.) How we can bring religions closer to each other?

9.) Is there a possiblilty to have clean energy?

10.) What do you think about colonizing Mars?

11.) Is our life controlled by a few? (fashion, media, laws, government, money)

Dear nominees, just feel free to participate, however it is not a must.

Mozer G. thank you one more time and thanks to all my blogging friends 🙂
Have a good day and sunshine in your heart

Thankfully I was nominated for the “Sunshine Blogger Award”

Dear truthiskef(click here to visit her blog) thank you so much for being nominated for the “Sunshine Blogger Award”. I would like to recommend my readers to check out her blog. She is an intresting person and straight forward in her inviting writings and sayings. So have my thanks and good wishes to you, dear friend.

1.) Thank the person who nominated you in a blog post and link back to their blog.
2.) Answer the 11 questions sent by the person who nominated you.
3.) Nominate 11 other bloggers to receive the award and write them 11 new questions.
4.) List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post and/or on your blog.
5.) Questions & Answer

Questions & Answers:
1.) The biggest lie you ever told someone.
I never lie… LOL

2.) The best city in the world acc. to you.
Kirpal Sagar, as it is unique place in the world belonging to the whole mankind.
A place where all religions are peacefully under one roof.A place to help pure and needy

3.) New York or Dubai?
I do not know as I have never been in New York nor in Dubai.

4.) What do you think is the best compliment you ever received.
Actually I do not care about compliments (praise) or rebukes (criticsm) since they both come from the same coin. I try to keep both side neutral.

5.) Tell us a bit about yourself
I follow the path of spirituality, means: “Man know thyself” – Gandhi said: “Be the change if you wish to see a change in the world”. So it is better to clear oneself instead telling other peope what to do – it requires responsibilty and to understand that we all are one. So first I try to clean my own house and extinguish the fire (mind) therein. Only then it is possible to help others, but each of us has to make an own step forward and not have a wait- and see attitude (others are doing the job), as each of us is responsible for him- or herself.

I travel every year to India (Kirpal Sagar)and help there as a voluntary helper to fight poverty.

I like languages very much as you get to know a deeper glimpse into their cultures accordingly. So I am able to speak 5 languages, mainly Scandinavian languages.

I am also a computer specialist and programmer which allows me to handle all stuff concerning a pc, also graphic designs, web-designs and internet specialist.

My hobbies: Creating pics in a special way, writing poems (since 40 years about) and create videos as well. Reading spirtual books, gardening, cooking, travelling, trekking-tours in the nature, graphology, sports (fitness centre), playing chess, helping people.

6.) If I ask you to leave WordPress right away, what would you do?
I would leave WordPress right away LOL

7.) If someone hacks your phones then, what would you do? Please don’t say you’ll inform police.I want something smart! ??
I would trace him or her back and find out from where the attack was launched. With the help of an anti-virus app you can trace back to catch the IP from the attacker. For security I would delete everything and would start from scratch or use my back-up from the pc (best option) so that all apps I use are present again in my smart-phone. Then I would reinforce my security system, using even a firewall and anti-virus apps and updating all security apps.

8.) Suppose you won $15 million in a lottery, how would you spend it. Don’t say you will give it all in charity????
In fact I would not keep much for myself, a bit I would keep to make a journey around the world. The rest I would give for charity.

9:) What would you prefer sir/ma’am- Presidential post or a billionare??
I would prefer non of them. According to Nietzsche: the one who possesses very much
is a slave of his/her possession…
To have a Presidential post is deeply connected with politics, but in the last few thousand years of mankind’s history – politics has never worked in such a way to solve all problems in the world. Dr. Harbhajan Sing hold a speach in front of the Viena Human Right Conference. And there he said: Politics has failed so far to bring peace and justice, equal rights for everyone, stopping famine and provide for fair distribution, i.e rich people get richer while the number of poor people increase – therefore he said: that we only have to turn our face to our own face and start to weed out all our short-comings, controlling our mind (we all are controlled by our mind so far) in thoughts, words and deeds to become a real human being with virtues of respect and love to everyone, with selfless service to help other people. So coming to our own roots and discover us, how we really are, what motivates us to do this or that, if there is a show made by us or other things to gain benefit for selfish purposes. This individual discovery is Spirituality: “Man know thyself”…

10.) How do you celebrate your birthday?
Usually I do not celebrate my birthday.

11.) The person whom you hate most.??
I do not hate anyone as it is said in the holy scripture: love the sinner but not his sins…
We should have respect and compassion to everyone as we are all sitting in the same boat.
The temple of God is the human body, He resides in our heart – If I hate one then I also hate the one who is in us too. In this case, when someone is doing ugly things to us and our mind reacts to these things, then we should remember: to love the sinner but not his sins…

My nominees:
Împerfectly Perfect Ťhoughts!
Niharika ratan

My questions:
1:) Do we have the right to judge over people?
2:) What was your best experience in your life?
3:) Your best book you have read?
4:) If you are a witness of an awful car accident – what would you do?
5:) What could we do to fight poverty?
6:) You have a bottle of water. Is it half empty or half full?
7:) What is an alternative to our money-system?
8:) How can peace be reached in this world?
9:) What are your hobbies?
10:)Life is our teacher – what has life taught you?
11:)What means marriage to you?

Dear nominee, feel free to participate, it is a voluntary matter.

Nominated for the “Real Neat Blog Award” by my blogger friend DAYSIXTYFIVE


Dear DAYSIXTYFIVE (click here to visit her blog) thank you so much for being nominated for the “Real Neat Blog Award”. I would like to recommend my readers to check out her interesting blog, which has much to offer and to say. I also like her sense of humor which she expresses and forwards in daily jokes to make us smile. Thanks, dear DAYSIXTYFIVE , all good wishes to you 🙂


1.) Put the “Real Neat Blog Award” logo on your blog,.
2.) Thank the people who nominated you, linking to their blogs.
3.) Answer 7 questions asked by the person who nominated you
4.) Nominate any number of bloggers you like, linking to their blogs.
5.) Let them know you nominated them (by commenting on their blog, etc).
6.) Ask your nominees 7 questions.

7 Questions to be answered:

1. What drives you to get out of bed every morning?
My bio-rhythsm and I am an earlier riser, often get up at 6 o’clock in the morning.
And night-time I meditate about 1 hour, often between 2 and 5 o’clock

2. Who inspires you the most in your life currently?
My Master Sant Kirpal Singh and his Gurmukhs: Dr. Harbhajan Singh and his wife Biji Surinder Kaur.

3. How do you motivate yourself in regards to blogging?
I want to share my experiences I have made during my life and what my Master has taught – it is a universal teaching and concerns all of us.

4. What are 3 dreams that you hope to fulfill in your lifetime?
a) to achieve deep peace in me, independed from the outer world

b) to become a living example and live thoughts, words and deeds practically as 1 gramm of practice weighs more than tons of theory.

c) to meet my Master in the inner journey as we have in scripture: knock at the 10th door and it will be opened (that is the only door that leads us inside) – all other nine doors are outside doors. However, the treasure, the light and sound lies inside…

5. Do you have a favourite quote, if so, what is it and why?
“Do Good, Be Good and Be One” – it is a quote of my Master, when He was in America during His world-tour in the West and was asked while He was interviewed in a tv-broadcast, to tell in a few words His teaching (this teaching is the teaching of all compentent Masters). This quote includes everyting to become a real human being.

6. What is your favourite song, book, artist, album and movie right now?
It is the inner music and vibrates through the whole universe, the whole creation and is called “inner Sound current”.

I have to name several books that I like very much: “The dialogues of Kabir”, “The Anorac Sagar” by Kabir, “The crown of life”, “The mystery of death”, “Naam or Word”, “Spiritual Elexir”, “Morning Talks”, “Karma: The law of cause and effect”, “What is spirituality”, The night is a jungle” – are all written by Sant Kirpal Singh Ji – for readers who are very much interested in spirituality these boos are really a treasure.

Regarding movie: I cannot tell, as I do not watch so many movies.

7. What are 3 things that make you happy right now?
a) To see Kirpal Sagar becoming more and more shining and the time will come that Kirpal Sagar will be a pilgrim place for all religions (as they are peacefully under one roof there ), and human beings – a place that is really unique in the whole world, belonging to the whole mankind.

b) I have noticed that more and more people are ready to bear responsibility and become messengers of truth and love, pouring it into the world and sow the seed of a harmonic world in the future – this is my hope too. And we all can contribute to it with our hearts connecting people.

c) Sometimes little things in our every day life can make me smile and happy as even small things can move moutains. Even a happy smile to our fellow human beings can be like a sun-beam, touching the heart of them and elicit a smile from them in return 🙂

My Nominees:

His Perfect Timing
Rashi Shrivastava
Dolly N.
Sawa Minori
With love
Natasha Tungare

My questions for the nominees:

1.)What can you do to make the world better you live in?
2.) What is for you the purpose of life?
3.) What is your hobby?
4.) If you had 3 wishes free what would you wish?
5.) What is most annoying for you?
6.) What are for you the most important virtues of man?
7.) Do you think violence can be stopped with violence or war with war to achieve peace?

Dear nominees, just feel free to particpate and know that it is not a must 🙂

My nomination for the “one lovely blogger award”

Thank you, dear Tapasi for having nominated me for the “one lovely blogger award”.

Dear reading/blogging friends, please check out Tapasi’s blog. She is an honest person and has a good portion of self-confidence, she describes herself as unique – and this she is indeed (as we all are too).


1.Each nominee must thank the person who nominated them and link their blog in their post.

2.They must include the rules and add the blog award badge as an image.

3.Must add 7 facts about themselves.

4.Nominate 15 people to do the award!

7 Facts about Me:-

1. I like to be in the nature and make hiking tours, pitch a tent close to a lake and sleep there for a few days.
2. I know how to survive and know much about plants, berries, mushrooms etc.
3. I love travelling too.
4. Reading spiritual books belong to my interests.
5. For many years I was also interested in graphology.
6. I love languages and do speak 5 languages.
7. By profession I am an IT (a computer specialist)

My nominees :-

Mozer G.
Rupali G
Honest K
Dolly N.
Bismita Guha

Just feel free to join.
Best wishes for all wordpress bloggers

Thankfully nominated for the “VERSATILE blogger AWARD”

Thankful to DilKiAawazSuno:

Dear DilKiAawazSuno, thank you for nominating me for the “Versatile Blogger Award”.
Have a great time

Referring to DilKiAawazSuno’s DilKiAawazSuno blogblog:

For people being interested in thoughts and words of an open-minded person, DilKiAawazSuno, I would like to refer them to her blog. Find out yourself what kind of lovely and interesting person she is.


1.) Thank the bloggers who nominated you and share their links.
2.) Nominate at least 10 bloggers for the award and provide links to their blogs.
3.) Also inform them about their nomination.
4.) Reveal 7 facts about yourself that your readers may not know.

7 Facts about me:

1.) My Master Sant Kirpal Singh, Dr. Habhajan Singh and his wife Biji Surinder Kaur are the sense of my life as they have practically lived the higher values of life, of harmony, love and oneness in God’s creation.
2.) For me right understanding, love and honesty are the keys for living spirituality practically.
3.) I am a lacto-vegetarian.
4.) I like walking and hiking in the nature.
5.) I like travelling
6.) I do not smoke or drink any alcohol.
7.) Helping people is part of my character

My Nominees:

1.) Dolly N.
2.) ManojSingh
3.) afairymind
4.) misstalkaholic
5.) Rupali G
6.) Bismita Guha
7.) Poetyca
8.) sallytinta
9.) Bhagyashri
10.) Red Letters

Thank you, my dear blogging friends. Have a good time in harmony and peace and feel just free in your decision to participate in this Blog Award 🙂

All the best

My thankfulness to be nominated for the “Cramm award”

Thank you, dear Tapasi for having nominated me for the the Cramm award.

I recommend to visit her interesting blog. What I also like is that this blogging friend, Tapasie, is straight forward and honest. Please, see and read yourself what she is offering us in her blog.

Mention the person who created this award with a link.
Mention the person(s) who nominated you.
Share three things that motivate you to blog.
Share three people who inspire you to blog.
Share one thing you hope to do to improve the world.
Answer your challenge question(s).
Nominate other bloggers and give them a fun challenge question

Share three things that motivate you to blog:
1. To share my spiritual experiences

2. To give attention to the project Kirpal Sagar, which is a place for the whole mankind, where all religions are peacefully under one roof.

3. To be in exchange with other bloggers and get to know their experiences as well on many different fields.

Share three people who inspire you to blog.
1. My Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji (if we take the spiritual perfume from Him then it will linger also around our being and we all can benefit from it)
2. Dr. Harbajhan Singh who was commissioned to build Kirpal Sagar by Sant Kirpal Singh
3. Biji Surinder Kaur (wife of Dr. Harbhajan Singh), who was likewise involved in building Kirpal Sagar, a place that belongs to the whole mankind.

Share one thing you hope to do to improve the world:
The ancient teaching from all competent Masters coming into the world in different times and even in different religions, spoke with one voice: “Man know thyself” – When we get to know ourselves and deeply dive into our mind – how it works, how we are trapped in it in all kind of forms: like being angry, colour of hate, lust, ego, attachment etc. – when we go to the roots of the motivation of our mind that controls us, dictates our deeds, words and thoughts – then we slowly start to understand that we are all ONE in Him (in God) – then we can start to control our own mind and we can change ourselves to be in harmony with all people around us with respect, love and honour towards God’s whole creation and His creatures. Then we learn that we are all brothers and sisters in Him and as such we can treat us too, no matter which religion we belong to, or nation, or skin-colour – then we can treat us as real human beings and contribute something (our own change to the better in knowing ourselves) to make our world a bit better.

Challenging question: What is your meaning of life?
For me the purpose of life is to solve the riddle of life and death. What we really are, where we come from and where to we have to go. For this discipline is necessary to weed out all our shortcomings and consciously see how our mind really works – we are then our own spectator, observer and can find the cause, why we thought like this or that, why we do this or that, or speak this or that – to find the real reasons and motivations of our mind. Once with pure honesty towards ourselves, others, and towars God, we discover how the snake in us (our own mind) is functioning – if thoughts are coming in a selfish way, if pride is the reason for writing or speaking this and that, if the motivation is lust or anger or hate – this all can be discovered with a strict and disciplined observation of our own mind.

Then the next step is to learn to differentiate as we often mix things and throw the things in one pot without really seeing what is what – then we are easily confused and go the ways of the mind where it leads us to. Only when we rise above the body-consciousness we can deeply dive into the inner worlds and also see that we are not the body, but souls on their way back Home. This requires a certain meditation, called Surat Shabd Yoga, meditaton on the inner Sound and Light (there are hundreds of different forms of mediations and most of them are limited and cannot go beyond the three worlds above our pysical plane. Those so-called meditations bring people to the astra plane where they have “nice” experience, see the light and colours intensified and they think that this is the ultimate goal. But this is a fake and delusion. Only when we rise above the three worlds: astral, causal and super-causal plane, then we get to Sach Khand plane (the 5th plane) there we find only pure consciousness and no matter anymore mixed with the soul. This only is possible when we have a real “guide” who knows the way and can give us also a first-hand experience (bringing us above our body-consiousness and lead us safely through the inner worlds. Who is interested in learning much more about it should read the book: “The crown of life” written by Sant Kirpal Singh or “The mystery of death” also written by Him. Then we get to know the theoretical aspect of the purpose of our life – it becomes then a practical matter…

My nominees:
Sweta Ojha
Edge of Humanity Magazine

Congratulations to all bloggers chosen here in this list. In fact, all have deserved it to be nominated – so my thanks goes to all bloggers.
Thank you dear friends 🙂

Regarding the nominees listed here: Please, feel free to participate. It’s a voluntary participation. So no problem if you do not want to particate in this blogging award.

May we all have a great time in the process of developing ourself. With Gandhis words: “Be the change if you want to see a change in the world.” So we have to change ourselves, then we start to take responsibility in respect and love to everybody.

Thank you, dear friends 🙂

Happily received the nomination for the “Versatile Blogger Award”

Manuela kindly nominated me for the Versatile Blogger Award. A big big hug to her in thankfulness. Please, pay a visit to her interessting blog and find out yourself the colours of her words and thoughts.

Meaning of Versatile Blogger Awards:

Bloggers nominate other bloggers who they believe deserve recognition for their high quality standard of writing, uniqueness of content, passion and love displayed throughout the site and to top it off, amazing photos!


Thank the blogger who nominated you and share their link.
Nominate up to 10 bloggers for the award and provide links to their blogs. Also, inform them about the nomination.
Reveal 7 facts about yourself that your readers may not know.
Seven facts about myself:

1.) My Master Sant Kirpal Singh is my life
2.) To solve the mystery of life and death is my task.
3.) Spirituality is followed by my heart.
4.) Poems and art are my expressions to reflect my own experiences.
5.) Nature is my daily bread and inspiration
6.) I like also everything that Manuela has written before
7.) Surat Shabd-yoga determines my life

My Nominees are:

1) The reluctant poet
2) joyshimmers
3) sandyjwhite
4) Lori D. Marchell Carlsen
5) themonochromereaper
6) barkhabale
7) Edge of Humanity Magazine
8) afairymind
9) TheCrazyBagLady
10) sparkonit

Congratulations, dear chosen bloggers!
In fact no-one should be omitted – I consider all bloggers the same and with the same value as we all are a drop of the ocean of life, love and light and consciousness (only in our mind we are different from each other). So my thankfulness goes to the entire blogging family. Thank you, dear friends!


The participation of this award-game and presentation is for fun but also honours you all for your personal work in wordpress. So there is no problem at all if you, for any reason, would not like to participate in the nomination of the “Versatile Blogger Award” – its a voluntary thing. So just feel free to participate or not 🙂

Thanks to Manuela for nominating me for the “VERSATILE blogger AWARD”


Thankful to Manuela:

Dear Manuela, thank you for nominating me for the “Versatile Blogger Award”.
Have a great time

Referring to Manuela’s blog:

For people being interested in thoughts about love and life I would like to refer them to Manuela’s blog. Find out yourself what kind of lovely and interesting person she is.


1.) Thank the bloggers who nominated you and share their links.
2.) Nominate at least 10 bloggers for the award and provide links to their blogs.
3.) Also inform them about their nomination.
4.) Reveal 7 facts about yourself that your readers may not know.

7 Fun Facts about me:

1.) My Master Sant Kirpal Singh, Dr. Habhajan Singh and his wife Biji Surinder Kaur are the sense of my life as they have practically lived the higher values of life, of harmony, love and oneness in God’s creation.
2.) For me right understanding, love and honesty are the keys for living spirituality practically.
3.) I am a lacto-vegetarian.
4.) I like walking and hiking in the nature (same like Manuela).
5.) I love chocolate and ice-cream (same like Manuela).
6.) I do not smoke or drink any alcohol.
7.) Helping people is part of my character

My Nominees:

1.) FantasyDuke
2.) Charmed Chaos
3.) Sherif’s Pharaoh
4.) The Reluctant Poet
5.) Savvysaav
8.) Bel
9.) AL
10.) sandyjwhite

Thank you my dear blogging friends. Have a good time in harmony and peace and feel just free in your decision to participate in this Blog Award 🙂

All the best


Real Net Blog Award

Nominated by Pharaoh:

Pharaoh has kindly nominated me for the “Real Net Blog Award”. Thank you so much, dear friend 🙂

My impression of my friend Pharaoh: He is a very sensible person and interested in spirituality as well. He questions himself and his role in this world and with his thoughts goes deep into the purpose and questions of life. I want to thank him for his active friendship (participating in comments and showing interest in my thoughts and writing as well) – so I want to recommend him, to visit his blog-site as he is surely an enrichment for every blogger.

The Rules

1. Put the award logo on your blog.
2. Answer 7 questions asked by the person who nominated you
3. Thank the people who nominated you, linking to their blogs.
4. Nominate any number of bloggers you like, linking to their blogs.
5. Let them know you nominated them (by commenting on their blog etc.)

Questions put by Pharaoh:

1. What is your main inspiration as a writer. Which writers inspire you, and why do you write?

As I am interested to get to know myself in the sense: “Man know thyself” – I have carefully observed my own mind and found that there is a connection with other people, means that those things may also occur in their lives, in their experiences and in their minds. This inspires me to write about spirituality and share with the community of wordpress.

I am reading many books about spirituality and my favourite ones are written by my Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, Dr. Harbhajan Singh, Kabir, Rumi and Baba Jaimal Singh – they can give many practical advices as they lived their live not just in theory but living practice.

I started writing poems at the age of 20 when I was sitting in the middle of the nature, close to two lakes and was so much filled by love for the beautiful nature of Finland, far and wide no other person – just the nature and me – that I began to write what came straight out of my heart.

2. If you were stranded on an island with one thing what would it be?

To have God all the time consciously in my heart – then He would take care of His child and nothing I would miss…

3. If you could travel anywhere in the world right now where would you go?

I would go to Kirpal Sagar, in India, about 350 km northwards from New Delhi. It is a wonderful place for the whole mankind where not only social work can be done to help poor and needy people to get free medical treatment and operation, not only because there is a school with about 650 students educated in the right sense of life, being taught respect and love for everyone, not only because there is a hospital which many voluntary helpers from all over the world have built up – also to help needy persons, not only because there is and old father’s home for those who are poor and lonely and have no family to care of them, and many things more, but also because this unique place has all world-religions peacefully under one roof – due to Sant Kirpal Singh’s initiative and the huge helping factor of Dr. Harbhajan Singh and his wife Biji Surinder Kaur who have spent their lives with each blood-drop devoted to the Mission of Sant Kirpal Singh, who had and has a big heart for all people of the world.

There, Kirpal Sagar one can practise spirituality in its true sense and become a real man with human attributes, to help each other and to be there for each other.

A library to study even different kinds of religions is also available to have a better understanding among religions (there are the most important holy scriptures in all world-religions, also in different languages). This allows man to have comparative study of the religions – by this we all can understand that there is just One God for all – we all are His children, no matter which name we give to Him, the Nameless…

4. What is more important to you, self-love or health?

I would say it is Self-love (not to mix with loving oneself as a narcissist) but to love this higher Self in us in which we are all connected has for me more priority than just health – if it is in my fate to die of some illness – ok, I would accept it.

Isn’t the higher Self a collective consciousness that connects us all? It is said: first comes Self-realisation, then followed by God-realisation… So I do not love my mind or ego but the higher Self in me… however, I will treat also my mind, whenever possible, kindly.

5. If you had to eat a food every single meal for the rest of your life what would it be?

It would be always vegetarian meals anyway (no eggs but with some milk products) I have heard that nuts for example is enough to survive and I would also eat lentil soup as it is rich of proteins, also potatoes with just some milk or quark, besides of course vegetables of all kind, also fruit.

6. What is one thing you truly regret on a deeply profound level and wish you could change?

Or are you at peace with everything? There are moments when the mind directs you and convinces you to do things that are really not good, be it eating unhealthy food, be it to be attacked by lust or greed or any egoistic thought, word or deed. These things happened in my life and still happen – you can say it is human, but this is not enough for me: as long we are in the clutch of our mind, when our mind is dragging us here and there and our poor soul has to follow where the mind directs you – then I cannot be satisfied. However, there are good signs at the horizon that slowly, slowly with the Grace and help of God – mind will become a servant of the soul… (mind is a bad Master but can be a good servant…)

7. What are you most grateful for in life?

When I was young I was in search of the truth and I had a wonderful experience how I entered the path of truth, the path of spirituality (but this is a long story and maybe I will tell this another time…) – When I came to Unity of Man I found all this what I did not find anywhere else: respect among people and religions, understanding, consciousness and love for the whole creation. I joined many Satsangs which means that people come together to receive some kind of food for the soul, where you learn practically what spirituality really means… Since many years I am a follower now of Unity of Man movement – it seems for me that this is the only way for the whole mankind (as the name already says: Unity of man – that we are all one – and so we have to treat us too, as brothers and sisters…) So all my thankfulness goes to my Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, to Dr. Harbhajan Singh and his wife Biji Surinder Kaur – they are the most important persons in my life and have also changed it…

Thanks, dear Pharaoh for your kindness of having nominated me 🙂

My questions to you:

1.) Purpose of life?
2.) Which music instrument you like best?
3.) Your favourite music band?
4.) How to bring religions together in harmony?
5.) If you could choose an extra school subject – what would it be?
6.) Can politics bring a change in the world?
7.) Why it is important to learn from own mistakes?

My nominations:

Poet Rummager
Life at her brightest
Jen’s Jewish Journey
The Little Mermaid

Its not a must to participate. Just feel free in your choice 🙂

To everyone: God may bless you and your families

By Didis Art Design Posted in Awards

Sunshine Blogger Award

Simplisticinsights has nominated me for the “Sunshine Blogger Award” for which I would like to express my thankfulness.

From her writings you can learn that she is an open-minded person, always ready to learn new things in her life. If you want to know more about her just visit her site.

1.) Thank the person who nominated you in a blog post and link back to their blog.

2.) Answer the 11 questions sent by the person who nominated you.

3.) Nominate 11 new blogs to receive the award and write them 11 new questions.

4.) List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post and/or on your blog.

Questions put by Simplisticinsights<:

1.) Most memerable day of your life?
When I had an awful car-accident together with my family. We were on the motorway when suddenly one tyre exploded. Then we were in a kind of super-carousel with many loopings of the car. When coming back to the street on our wheels then we were all lucky to have survived this accident: the car was totally damaged but we all got away with not even one scratch. Our thankfulness to God as He has had His protecting hands over us.

2.) Most beloved feeling you have ever felt, Explained in detail?
Once I hugged someone and it felt like being beyond time and space, as if two souls merged together as one soul – words cannot express this condition.

3.) Favorite destination you have traveled to
One of my most beautiful journeys was to set a foot on Iceland and see its wonderful landscapes and beauty. The nature there is very rich, although there are not many forests or woods (in fact no forests) as we know them in Finland, but it has its charm and magic in the huge waterfalls, sulphur lakes, (blue laguna near Reykjavik), earth-quake areas, volkanos, crater landscapes, calderas, geysers and much more… also Svalbard, 1000 km northwards from North-Norway was very interesting too. Then I also like all old cultural countries with there mysteries.

4.) Most memerable dream you have ever had?
In fact it was not a dream but rather a vision: When the Gurmukh Biji Surinder Kaur, (competent disciple of Sant Kirpal Singh) has left the body, she appeared to me and wanted to say Good Bye – her thank went to all of us who helped building up Kirpal Sagar. I did not know that she would leave the body and at that night she came to me in my vision. I was crying like a small child and when I “woke up”, my eyes were full of tears…

5. Most desired destination you wish to visit someday?
I would like to visit Greenland, Alaska and North-Canada as they have something very special: mostly untouched by man. I am also interested in all ancient high cultures that our mankind has brought foward throughout the history. Those old places where mystical traces of such ancient cultures were left in giant monoments, I would like to visit too.

6.) Best Triat in your writing style?
I usually want to write in such a way that the result is not at the beginning but at the end, so that the reader still might be interested to read to the end in order to get to know the revealing sense of it.

7.) If you could have one superpower what would it be?
Frankly, I would not use super-powers as they have an impact to our spiritual development: If I would have one, the chances are high to be proud of it and pride is something close to ego… If I would have a super-power from the beginning on, I would ask God to keep it in reserve for me and not use it…

8.) If you could attend any event what would it be?
I would like to observe the lives of all competent Masters coming into our world – and to learn from them directly how they handle situations, even difficult ones.

9.) If you could be someone or something for a day what or who would it be?Personified love and bring love into the hearts of every person in the world.

10.) If you could meet anyone in the world who would it be?
Manifested Christ-power, Guru-power, Master-power, God-power – Kabir, Sant Kirpal Singh

11.) If you could travel back in time, which year would you visit and why?
I would travel back to the time when the pyramids were built – how did they build them, how was it possible when mathematical precision was required, even to bring in such a condition that all was for example oriented towards the stars “Orion” without knowing mathematical sizes as Pi and golden cut?

My Questions:

1.) What kind of hobbies you have got?
2.) What is most important for you?
3.) How can we achieve harmony between nations and people?
4.) What kind of improvements you suggest for your our society?
5.) What is your biggest wish?
6.) What was your biggest mistake in your life?
7.) If you could bring in a new field of lesson in school-programm, what would it be?
8.) How to stop poverty in the world?
9.) Your most interesting book?
10.) What is the meaning of friendship for you?
11.) Whhat means for you: “Man know thyself”?

My nominations are:

1.) In a love world
2.) Tapasi
3.) Maysa Rose
4.) Lori
5.) Linda
6.) Monica LFTD
7.) safira’s journey
8.) risenfaithministries
9.) Dela
10.) Mirissa D. Price
11.) Eliza

By Didis Art Design Posted in Awards