For the love of Writing…

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β€œNever ruin an apology with an excuse.”
– Unknown

It’s been a while. Excuses can be many but intentions have to be pure and plausible. So my heartfelt apologies for not been able to minister time to the blog. Believe it or not, it was always there in my mind, conscious and subconscious playing a remorse card amidst all the pressing engagements, being intensely tied up and living. In simple words, I missed being here. I write because I love writing; from my heart and of course to be read too.

Hope springs eternal. I do hope that I would be keeping a hold oftentimes from now on. Few days back I was delighted to be published in the much acclaimed Huffingtonpost India. The feeling of wonder, delight is of no essence if I don’t acknowledge and value my readers, for whom I stand contended today.
To pore over, check the link below:
http://www.huffingtonpost.in/chaitali-bhattacharjee/why-i-dont-want-praise-fo_b_7760284.html?utm_hp_ref=india

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41 thoughts on “For the love of Writing…

  1. welcome back… πŸ™‚ nice to see you back after almost an year… πŸ™‚ look forward to read your beautiful poems and articles… πŸ™‚
    congratulations for getting your work published… i read that article which is a powerful one from your side… congrats again… πŸ™‚

  2. Hi Chaitali

    Finally, you’re back. Finally!!! First thing, I checked was the date of post. Not too long, I saw your post on IB, but when clicked the link, it was too old with my comments already there. What I found this time is it’s new with today’s date! πŸ™‚

    Liked the quote. I too belief that the excuse with apology isn’t realization but justification. A powerful post there. Shared it on twitter. πŸ™‚

  3. You are and amazing blogger and it surprised me you had stopped blogging. I am glad you are back again. πŸ™‚ Good to know you got published but I am not surprised at that. πŸ™‚

  4. Congratulations, Chaitali. πŸ˜€

    I totally understand your feelings behind this post. I too feel the same. Those who write for the love for writing, they tend to come back no matter how long the gap has been. Welcome back! πŸ˜€

  5. Welcome back, you were much missed and congratulations on being published in such a well known online paper, I have missed your words and style of putting them immensely.

  6. Such a lovely post in the Huffingtonpost, good to see blogger friends coming back to where we all belong, the love for writing is eternal and it is contagious, we feel bad when friends leave this pace, temporary short breaks are allowed but long breaks makes others concern…life is never easy to manage and managing writing and blogging with so many things to do, is difficult but the beauty of life lies in the recesses of these difficulties of life.

    Welcome back to the digital platform and vitality of ideas and the vigor life is there for us to keep going to newer places and meeting new friends, nothing real about it but the power virtual world is today more profound than the real world.
    Hope you are having a lovely weekend.
    πŸ˜€

  7. Hello Chaitali,
    You are really good in writing blogs so keep doing this dear.. You know what this is the only way we could express our feeling and knowledge with others. Keep writing till the last breath.. Hope you could understand me and never quit again..

    Regards,
    Sweta

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