Written Words Never Die
Historical fiction – India
As usual a profound observation Eric. 🙂
Thank you, Ian 🙂
Wishing you all the best for the weekend,
As always you got me thinking. Joys, sorrows, neither or both. I’m going to have to test this! Thank you for your provocation Jane
Thank you, Jane, and you’re welcome.
I know of at least two people who don’t have a single envious bone in them – and readily celebrate the success of others. I base this conclusion on my observations of their words and actions – their patterns of behaviour – gathered over three decades. Gifted people.
All good wishes for the weekend,
I think it’s a bit conflicting for me. When I feel the person is undeserving, then I won’t be so forthright with my well wishes. But I will be most delightful if my buddy or close kins or even deserving strangers who achieved great, more so if I had contributed in some small ways. So for me, it’s not the issue of envy.
This haiku is very apt, Eric.
We think and feel alike, I reckon. Always lovely to celebrate success – even when the person is a stranger to us. It is motivating and we get to marvel at human persistence and passion that led them to success.
Trust the week is going well for you,
*** Collective Wins ***
It says more of us
Rejoicing another’s wins
Motivates and lifts
Copyright @ Eric Alagan, 2019
Thank you, Ina 🙂
So true. Lovely Haiku.
Glad you liked it.
Thank you, Indira 🙂
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