Future – unknown territory

Peaks Are Moments When You Appreciate What You Have. Valleys Are Moments When You Long For What Is Missing.

– Dr. Spencer Johnson.

At this very moment, I am experiencing Joy of having added value to my writing skills and having found a few wonderful friends. At the same time, I am little sad that the writing 101 assignments are over.

The feeling is similar to that of a kid who has to join a new school as his parents are shifting to a new city. He will be going away from best friends. The friends who understand him; who know whether he is happy or sad even if he doesn’t utter a word.

Nevertheless, it’s worth noting that the kid stands a chance to win new friends at new school. He may learn new art forms, games, and stories from them. He has to only believe that the Sun rises brighter at the new horizon.

The kid has got hundred reasons to grieve about. But it’s equally true that he has hundred reasons to smile, too.

The writing 101 course this year has been thoroughly enriching and very encouraging one! Thanks to WP team and fellow bloggers again.
Wish you all  the best of luck for the future endeavors.

“Life is uncharted territory. It reveals its story one moment at a time.
– Leo Buscaglia.

Let’s do it together
~ Yogesh D. D.

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2 thoughts on “Future – unknown territory

  1. It does take a few days to adjust after a Blogging U course ends, especially if you’ve really enjoyed connecting to others in the commons. I’m glad you found it enriching – I did too!

    I sometimes think it takes a few months until we can look back and see how a course has changed the way we think about writing and blogging. I wasn’t at all sure about taking my first course. I only signed up on impulse at the very last minute, but I’m so thankful I did.

    1. You’ve summed it up nicely. Yes; it takes a while to deal with the sudden drop in the enthusiasm of collaborative efforts enjoyed during the course.
      We’ve to believe our instincts; it works.
      Thanks for sharing your views!

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