Down the Memory Lane :

You do not achieve anything, untill you persevere

It was around last year May, when I was hearing so much about blogging in online media and newspapers, that I can not stop myself to know more about blogging, how it works, how it influences people’s opinions, how it helps the blogger, and so on, and I want to know all these things just out of curiosity, just to gain knowledge, as I came to know about it and its impact, I slowly and slowly started falling in love with it, and the amount of love was too much that I have just written my last blog about “my love for blogging,” you can read that blog here, where I have written about my different stages of falling in love with my blog.

I still remember how I was sitting with my wife, struggling to make my website and how I had written few words and how my relatives and friends reacted to the first blog as if Shah Rukh Khan had written that, sometimes family members make you Superstar, even when you know you were not 😉

From then I have written every now and then, in between two cases sitting in the operation theatre, in intervals while watching a movie with my wife (she still does not know about it.. lol), while traveling, studying, and even written blogs over a period of 4-5 days only because I could write only 4-5 lines each day, but the main thing was I could sustain, able to persevere in the journey of blogging.

Few days back, one of my respected senior asked me “Anshul, what will you get through blogging, you want to be famous or what…”

I just replied “Sir, The feeling you have while drinking a wine, rum or a beer, the same feeling I have while writing a blog”

And because of this special feeling, I can proudly announce to all of you that today I have completed 100 blogs… Huge achievement for me..

And a big part has been played by BlogChatter, who has also given us this week’s prompt, Down the memory lane…

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Long Road Journey Memories…

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Sometimes best things happen on long road journeys..

Driving a car on a long road, that too all alone, can sometimes bring so many memories, which may bring inspiration, happiness or sadness, or nothing.
Same happened with me yesterday on my drive back home.

My mind was occupied by the same memories of events, which made me what I am today.

Memories of being ridiculed,

Memories of being neglected,

Memories of rise from the ashes,

Memories of bring positive changes in others,

Memories of the most important person in the room..

All these memories changed me into a better person, and I happily cherished all those with a gratitude towards the almighty.

Dr. Anshul

Writing for a #FridayFotoFiction with Tina or Mayuri

I am a #BlogBuddy with #BlogChatter and team #Writeaholics