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Its 100 !! Thank YOU !!

This took sometime to come up. And for those of you of thinking its just 'sometime' ,  its been close 6 years since when I first started writing and sharing. 

Given this is my 100th post , I cannot think of a better post and a way to say thank you . A big thanks to each and everyone one of you  in this journey of 6 years.

When I look back in time and all the way till 2008 there has been a lot that has happened . I have had some amazing time with some really special people and I have stayed , lived and traveled to even more fun places. Many people have gone by and become as a past and many new have walked in as a present .  Will they be with me in the future tomorrow , time only will tell. 

I have written and shared a lot in the 99 posts gone by .  I never knew myself that I would come this far  . My writing style has changed and modified , I have shared across a wide array of topics and I have taken the liberty of recreate some life changing experiences which either I or my closed ones went through . 

I can go on and on but there is one special person that I need to thank today . And that person is - YOU . Without your support , your comments , your views  , your inputs and constant engagement this journey would not have been possible . 




Not sure where life would take me and YOU . But , as they say , as long as we breathe and as long as we experience life there will always be so much more to share and talk about. 

Saying “thank you” can be hard. But it’s so important and today someone has told me a very simple yet powerful thing which  I want to share with YOU all . 

Saying thank you creates love.

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A Thank You video. Hope you will like it. 

Comments

I Romanticize said…
Isn't that a wonderful feeling? :-)

Congrats you made it this far :-)
Karan said…
Its a 'cloud 9 ' feeling .Thank you :)
Saru Singhal said…
WOW, congrats and I am onto my 200th.
Karan said…
@Saru - That calls for a double congrats !! Superb !!

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