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  1. So, is it Ideasmith 2.0 or 3.0? After the catharsis? (Btw, this catharsis through your writing also helps readers go through their own version of catharsis)


    1. @Ranjan Varma: I’ve lost count but then what’s a number? 🙂 And thank you, quiet solid support like yours reminds me that writing is a companionable journey – the readers along with the writer.

  2. Hey Gal, great writing again. Besides crafting those thoughts so beautifully, when do u get the time to think so much? Do keep up, both – the thinking and the writing, and best wishes

    1. @coutoivan: Thinking is all I do. What else is there to do, in life? Thank you for the welcome back, by the way. I guess expression of some form will always be a part of my life (I hope) and I’m very grateful for the readers/listeners who make it possible for me.

      1. @Avantika Sinha: I didn’t realise you still read my blog. Hugs, love. And thank you for being a part of my life. And yes, at your first comment, I clicked on the link hoping to partake of the same pleasure (of reading your life in your words) but the link didn’t go through. I think you can fix that by signing out (see below the comment box). Then it’ll ask you to fill out email address and URL if you have one, afresh.

      2. I do, from time to time 🙂 I blog in spurts too. I’m so amazed at the regularity with which you’ve blogged! I think you may be able to click on my name to my current blog now. But you’ve been warned…I write in bursts and you may not find any continuity 🙂

  3. Very beautifully expressed, everything from the need to express pain, validation and then going beyond it..and it was a pleasure reading this essay,somewhere I find it resonating with me.