23. The Message Which Matters

Communication, it’s so important these days to communicate well. To break the barriers of misunderstanding, indifference and hatred, the more you express, the more you get clarity but to possess the patience and will to communicate only comes with experience and a fe heartbroken moments. These moments make you stronger in the long run, for better.

Sometimes you come across little messages which explain you the meaning of life in so less words but they remain with you forever. I have been getting these updates from a Facebook page which talks about post cards and meaningful messages. Oh, the time when postcards were beautiful, remember? Till date we are fond of them and we are going back to all old things which make us feel alive. Sharing one of those here:


We all have problems, we all have misunderstanding and moments of silence and hurt. But does life stop? No, right? We practice to get along with everything, sometimes the baggage stays and sometimes we brush it off in our rejuvenation exercises. Travel, music, writing, spending time with family, silent partners and much more, our way to instill ourselves with more faith and hope.

Do you have a message to convey? Share it in comments. 🙂

Writing all November with BlogHer and #NaBloPoMo – National Blog Posting Month. Are you?


4 Comments, RSS

  1. Amrita Basu November 24, 2016 @ 11:45 am

    Yes we all have a story to say about miscommunication. Interesting post
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    • adodani November 24, 2016 @ 11:48 am

      Thanks for the quick read, Amrita 🙂

  2. SHALINI BAISIWALA November 29, 2016 @ 2:23 pm

    I used to love writing letters back when I was growing up. I think I did till email took over. Sadly email writing is not so much fun as actually taking a pen and writing down. Guess blogging in the new letter writing way for me 😉
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    • adodani November 29, 2016 @ 4:13 pm

      Absolutely, nothing can beat the real effort of ink and pages. Just nothing. E-mail doesn’t have that touch. Yes, Blogging maybe. 🙂

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