My mobile was buzzing. A familiar name flashed.. It was her. I just couldn’t wait to see what the message was. Just two words ” Good Morning”. It made my day. How things change!
As you grow older you start to see the real intentions.I am not the naive college student who thought those words meant something. Over the years I have realized that those were mere words which had to be sent to get something done. But I have no regrets those texts have given some wonderful friends and hard lessons.
My friends say some of my writings make their eyes moist. It’s all sprinkled with goodness and positivity. It had made them re-think and even helped some of them re-vamp their life. How did it happen ? The moment I decided to take up blogging I knew I had one major challenge – How do I form an emotional connect with my readers ? .
The key word whether it’s texting or writing is the “INTENT“. If the intent is right the medium does not matter. If your words are fake the purpose is lost. The much-needed emotional bond that we all seek desperately is nullified. The words remain mere words and nothing more. I am glad I realized it very early. I write my heart. I bare it all for everyone to see. The result – A happy space and a sea of compliments.
PS: I was all set to skip this prompt. But when my favourite writer asks me to weave a post for a prompt with the right intent on behalf of the team I just could not refuse.
This post was written for Project 365 program at We Post Daily.