Dreams

Copyright Sue Vincent

Don’t stop Dreaming,
What seems to be sunset to you,
Is Sunrise for someone somewhere else,
It is true that in life we get what we want,
When you dream big,
It’s let you achieve even the impossible,
The stars see out into the world,
interestingly we get more when we do anything without expectations,
so when you dream to reach stars,
you are reaching the farthest thing out there
So dream big and start working on it without thinking much what will be result….

With love 💖

This is a response to the #writephoto : Reaching curated over at Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo.

Feature Image Courtesy: Sue Vincent
© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

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Poetry

Liebster award with real and neat award – Thank you

Woohoo, recently I got nominated for Liebster blogger award as well as Real and neat blogger award.

Big Thank you to :

Dr Nimish and Samir Digvijay for Liebster award (9th and 10th time)
And Red Metal for real and neat awards (4th time)All of them are amazing bloggers.

Thank you

Questions by Dr Nimish:

Do you judge a person?
No.

if you have to choose between Ronaldo and Messi ,who will you choose and why?
I think both are best as both are competitors.

Best childhood memory?
I guess there are many but best times were when I spent time with my cousins.

Your fav emoji?
Smile with hug.

Do you support the annihilation of caste system?
Yes

What’s the best / worst practical joke that you’ve played on someone or that was played on you??
Oh! it was in class 11th I guess when we made paper tail and put it at the back of pant of classmate and later put fire on it (that was terrible but didn’t realized at that time, but thankfully nothing happened)

Love marriage or arrange marriage?
Love

Which is your favorite marvel character?
Iron man

Who was your craziest / most interesting teacher?
My Computer teacher.

What according to you is the best way to tackle climate change?
Plant more trees and recycling of waste.

What will you do if you were the only person left on Earth?
Sleep and eat.

Questions by Samir Digvijay

Which hobby do you enjoy the most?
Watching movies and making some artwork.

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you choose?
Switzerland

What do you want the world to must have?
Peace and love

If you could be anyone, what would it be?
I love who I am.

A word or sentence that best describes you?
Disciplined

A dish you would love to share your family with, on occasional meets….
Punjabi food

Are you a person who loves music?
Yes

Which is your favourite book? Why?
Jane Eyer

What kind of music do you like?
Pop

Have you ever played a musical instrument? How you felt at first?
Yes, I think I am not good with that skill

Who is your role model?
My dad.

Thank you

Questions by Red Metal:

Have you ever watched a film in theaters that featured an intermission?
Many times.

What is the most expensive ticket you’ve ever purchased?
All Aamir Khan movie tickets are expensive.

If you had to trade in fluency of your first language for another, which one would you choose?
English and I am fluent on that too. My first language is Hindi.

If you could appear on any game show (including ones that have ended), which one would you choose?
I have no idea.

As someone who has watched many classics over past few years, I’ve concluded that old films are overall better than recent efforts. What do you think the current generation of filmmakers lacks that allowed their predecessors to shine?
Storyline.

How do you like your eggs prepared?
Omelette style.

How do you like your potatoes prepared?
With other vegetables.

If you found yourself directing films, which genre would you want to specialize in?
Romantic with some thrill.

What is your favorite band/artist with a limited discography (i.e. no more than four studio albums)?
Michael learns to rock
Big bang.

There are many stories over the years of projects or ideas never getting off the ground or being canceled mid-production. Which one would you bring into reality if you could?
I think I need to do extensive research to answer this question.

What series do you feel managed to be consistently good for an extended period of time?
No idea.

Thank you for Nominations 💝

© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

Blogger Awards

Frozen night

Picture by Sue Vincent

Trees of pines,
Waft through the chill of a December evening,
Thousands of needles pierce through the body,
In this frozen night,
My feets are too freezing,
Frozen in the cold
I thought to keep a warm heart in a cold world is the real victory.

With love 💖

This is a response to the #writephoto : Frozen curated over at Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo.

Feature Image Courtesy: Sue Vincent
© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

Poetry

The Power of Compassion

Today I came across this video and it’s true story….few year back I guess in 2011 or 12 – I met this lady name Sindhutai Sapkal in one Award ceremony. She is much more than just a name. The 70-year-old lady hides many stories behind her strong personality. Full of energy and passion, Sindhutai is commonly referred to as “Mother of Orphans”. Please do watch video to know her full story. Lady full of compassion.

Having compassion, which is the ability to understand the emotional state of another person and then want to alleviate their suffering, makes us feel connected and part of a group. It gives us purpose and it grounds us. Without compassion we are bound to feel alone.

Every day we have an opportunity to change someone’s life by paying attention to their needs. Every day someone else has the opportunity to change our lives for the same reason. The human experience is based on exchange and connectedness. If people become more compassionate like Sindhutai, I guess world will become better place.

Thank you for watching and reading💕

© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

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Life like Mirror


How playful is my heart
It never stays motionless!
What I give I get…
Life is like mirror,
So, what I need to deal with in myself.
When I know what I want out of my life,
I know what to do with it.

With love 💖

This is a response to the #writephoto : Mirror curated over at Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo.

Feature Image Courtesy: Sue Vincent
© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

Poetry