Our Garden of Gratitude #3


Hey!

Since I have been trying to get back to blogging, I thought I should restart with this weekly series (It’s a Friday!)

For all those who are new here, Our Garden of Gratitude is our little space to appreciate little things in life. I sow a seed of question which you have to nurture by watering it.

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Photo by Saumya Agrawal

Seed of the week

What has been going well in your life lately?

Here’s my answer:

A lot of things have been going well in my life for quite some time. I think things changed for the better when I decided to continue studying along with my job. And then, I also decided to join back the NGO I was working with before my post graduation. I’ve realised that I need to give time to the things that I love, else I will be lost in the chaos of the robotic world.

What’s up with you?


Check out previous installments of the series here.

3 thoughts on “Our Garden of Gratitude #3

  1. What a could idea for the seed/ garden.
    Even though I like to point out the imperfections in my life, I cannot really complain. Yes, things could be better in this or other field, but overall, I am happy.

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  2. I really encourage you to keep up your studies. I just recently applied for the FAFSA and am going through admissions process at different colleges just to explore my options for next year. No idea if I’m going to select any of them, but it feels like I’m keeping the possibilities open. At 33, I still feel too old for education but the truth is, if I don’t try to pursue the things I love again, I’ll definitely get left behind…

    Excuse me, what does NGO stand for?

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    1. That’s so cool! There’s a lady in my class who has a daughter almost my age. I can understand how you must be feeling.
      NGO is non-governmental organisation. What FAFSA?

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