Faith Logs

What the stars foretell for Faith

They say do not take horoscopes seriously but I sometimes take them as guidance. So, the one which told me I needed to have a slightly playful approach to my work really worked for me. Last month it was stressful trying to set up the site so I decided to be a little laid back and focus on my posts. I stayed away from all the technicalities only addressing the ones that needed immediate attention. I really enjoyed myself in the process and had a much more relaxing first month of the year.

Blogging is still very new to me. For now, I like that it gives me a place to be creative and that I am learning something new every day. 

Faith to me is

To all those who visit my site I’m a little clearer about what Faith means to me. Faith is for conversations straight from the heart on various themes. Imagine it to be like flipping through a magazine in those tranquil moments. I sincerely hope that you find it like one and can sit back and browse through it.

Recent Posts

Faith did well with the post The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah because it had great stats that day and I was pleased as punch. Maybe I was just plain lucky on that day.

Writing Ikigai was enjoyable because I did not really have to research the book again to revisit the parts I loved, I found I just naturally related to it and was easy to pen down.

I was skeptical to put this one out mainly because my story is so childlike but I do hope you had a chance to look at Ek Kahaani -The Strays. 

Happy Moments

I am one to always back out and cancel on things so I did a turn around this month and decided to go for the marathon I registered for a couple of months ago. My sister Kash and I had a great day together. I always mention Kash, we do a lot of things together. So you’ll always find her in some of my posts.

We have a lovely festival here in India called Lohri and our neighborhood keeps to the tradition of lighting a bonfire. The warm crackle of it in the chill winter air soothes your soul. Lohri is a popular winter Punjabi folk festival celebrated primarily in Northern India. The significance and legends about the Lohri festival are many and these link the festival to the Punjab region. It is believed by many that the festival marks the passing of the winter solstice.

A note of thanks to all the wonderful people who help share Faith out into the world. I need ya! 

January for me was all about going a little easy, staying playful, being organized, and attracting a lot of positive energy. I hope you find your playful spirit today and keep coming back to my blog Faith. That’s all in Faith Logs.

Keep the Faith always!

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