Blogger Recognition Award Nominees

Thank you so much for nominating me.

A journey started almost one and half month ago, has led me to this recognition award. Award doesn’t only have to be a metal piece coated with gold or silver. But also that someone has read your words and they liked them actually. So, I will again thank you not only for nominating me but also reading what I write.

Now for the rules of acceptance:

  • Say “Thank You” to the person who nominated you & link their blog to your post (You don’t have to post a link to my blog if you don’t want to, I wouldn’t mind that).
  • Answer the questions given to you.
  • Pass the award on to 7 – 10 other bloggers and let them know they have been nominated.
  • Include the Award Badge in your post.

Question asked:

1-What made you want to start your blog? In other words, why do you write?

I write because there is no other way I have found yet to put me thoughts into existence.

2-How do you describe yourself when ask who are you?

A warm person having a shoulder for everyone.

3-What are your top 5 bloggers and why?

E. Denise Billups, Writer

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Peter Adewumi



They all have talent of putting their thoughts so well into a poetry, paragraphs, stanzas or simple phrases as they have seen through your mind, have seen your words or talked to you personally.

4-What type of posts do you like to read?

It is hard to answer, because there are a lot of words floating around you never which one is going to catch your eyes.

5-Do you plan to change any styles regarding your blog?

Yes, I do actually. Sometimes I find it boring myself. So, have to work on it thoroughly.

6-If you could host a challenge on your blog, what kind would it be?

It will be an abstract challenge, or I won’t call it a challenge. It will be like random thoughts, whatever is on someones mind.

7-What have you wanted to do on your blog but haven’t yet? Why not?

I want to renew it, make it more elegant. I haven’t done it so far, because I still don’t know much about the settings.

8-What is your best moment in life?

When I hiked a 3000meter mountain without any accessories.

9-Describe your taste in music.

I am a fan classical music.

10-Name one item on your bucket list, or more if you like?

Bungee jump.


My ten questions to you

1-What made you want to start your blog? In other words, why do you write?

2-How do you describe yourself when ask who are you?

3-What reading does do to you.

4-Which is your favorite book and why?

5-Do you plan to change any styles regarding your blog?

6-If you could host a challenge on your blog, what kind would it be?

7-What was the moment when you lived to the fullest?

8-Do you like abstract things or definite?

9-Describe your taste in music.

10-What is you philosophy of life?



Here are the bloggers I nominate, in no particular order.

Percolating Poetry

E. Denise Billups, Writer




We’re all susceptible to it. The dread and anxiety of not knowing what’s coming. It’s pointless in the end. Because all the worrying, and all the making of plans for things that could, or could not happen, it only makes things worse.

So walk your dog. Or take a nap. Just, whatever you do, stop worrying. Because the only cure for paranoia, is to be… here… just as you are.

We have a saying in Tibet

If a problem can be solved there is no use worrying about it. If it can’t be solved, worrying will do no good.



Deep down, everyone wants to believe they can be hardcore. But being hardcore isn’t just about being tough – it’s about acceptance.

Sometimes you have to give yourself permission to not be hardcore for once. You don’t have to be tough every minute of every day. It’s okay to let down your guard.

Or may be toughness has nothing to do with strength. Or may be we all are fooled by our definitions of strength. Afraid of letting our guards down, afraid of another attack, afraid of moving on. But we can never be sure of the view until we peep through the walls, destroy the gates let our guards down. Who knows may be on the other side a breathtaking view is waiting for us.

In fact, there are moments when it’s the best thing you can possibly do – as long as you choose your moments wisely.


Failure is Inevitable

Failure is an inevitability.

Every scientist was told no, over and over. The ones we remember, the ones who changed our lives: the Curies, the Salks, the Barnards. They’re the ones who wouldn’t take no for an answer.

Every poet was once considered mad, but now in our lives our in love lives we all are under debit to the verses they wrote to the vows they thought. 

Failure is inevitable. Unavoidable. But failure should never get the last word. You have to never take no for an answer and take what’s coming to you. Never give in. Never give up. Stand up. Stand up and take it.