Hey, friends, here I am with a little trip back in time. What a week!!! It had it all! Excitement, thought-provoking moments, exhausting hours….with one word: Pure life! (Ok, that were two words.)
Awakening – The Power Of Saying No received already record views for my little blog. But the post with the most views, which was published only two days ago, is the announcement of my latest book 101 KIND Quotes.
It is definitely a Best Of that Ritu’s son was confirmed for his first choice of school! After all the struggles with the changed school system in the UK and all his engagement and effort, the relief is huge. I hope that this experience leaves something within him that makes him never lose his belief in himself. My heartfelt congratulations again, to Lil Man!
One of my dearest blogger friends, Lisa of Life Of An El Paso Woman made March the Women’s History Month on her blog. Whatever she posts, whether interviews, guest posts, songs,… it is all dedicated to women. I think this is an awesome idea and I recommend to take a look at her post in which she also tells how to participate that month on her blog!
Like Lisa, there are so many amazingly supportive people in our community. One of them is Lynn of Lynz Real Cooking. Each Friday she introduces fellow bloggers she follows and grants them an exclusive post. I think that needs to be recognized! Please take a look at her introduction post Welcome to Friday Friends and then check out all the fellow bloggers she features. Thank you very much, Lynn!
I am back at my latest book 101 KIND Quotes. I thank you all for sharing my excitement with you. I cannot tell you how much it means to me. Thank you for all congratulations and lovely words you left in your comments and for even ordering copies. This is such an honor for me. I am humbled by all the reactions. Thank you from my heart!
Challenges and Awards
Thank you Heena Rathore P. for nominating me for The 3 Day Quote Challenge
On A Personal Note
After publishing my 5th book this Monday I am highly motivated to finally get in motion for translating a completed manuscript which is lying in my drawer for almost a year. After many feedbacks from my community, I decided to publish it in English first. That means translating 200 – 250 pages. It will take a while and I need to make room for this. That’s why I made a decision of general principle to dedicate my weekends to that project in order to have enough time in one piece and to get it done within a reasonable period of time. That means I won’t be on WordPress on the weekends. There will be no post either. Of course, there are exceptions but I take the freedom to make it optional for me. I hope that you all understand that. I had to find a solution in order to keep up with my regular blogging but also to find room for my book. But no worries! I will finish my Madonna Week! 😉
Just a thought
Today I read a post on Syl’s blog. It profoundly touched me. Only little words from me because I want you to head over to Syl’s.
Some happenings in life can be so heavily impacting that the light can be lost out of sight. The world around seems to be shaking like during an earthquake and it is difficult to keep standing on the feet. It is not to suppress the sadness and desperation. It is then to not forget that the light has never disappeared. It is there and it is right inside the heart. It has never left and eventually it is that power that helps to heal and makes the feet stand on solid ground again.
This is quote of Syl’s post I loved most:
“When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight.” ― Kahlil Gibran
In Love and Light