This one’s for you

Yes you
who’s reading this right now.

It doesn’t matter if I know you personally,
or if you know who I am.

It doesn’t matter where you come from,
or what your religion is.

It doesn’t matter if we’ll ever meet,
it just doesn’t.

What does matter is you.

A couple months ago, I thought to myself, is it possible to publish something everyday on this blog?

For those of you who know me, that’s a big commitment. Huge.
I can barely make it to class everyday.
But I was curious, how long can I keep doing this for?
A week. Few weeks. A month. Two months?
I didn’t know.

So I started, and so far everything’s been amazing.
Thanks to you.
The one reading this right now.

Because if it wasn’t for you, I would not have learned things I did about myself and other people while forcing myself to think and write and be creative every single day for last two months.

It’s because of you, I realized that my day becomes infinitely better when someone comments on a post and says how much they resonate with it and tell their story.

Your comments are my oxygen. It makes me believe in myself and people around me even more.
And criticism is what I thrive for.
So I can the best I can be.

And at the end of the day, we all are just well arranged dust.
So I promise you, that if we haven’t met, one day when we are both dust, we’ll find each other and together, we’ll fly all over the world.

So a big thank you.
I love you.

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12 thoughts on “This one’s for you

  1. This is really nice. 😊 I posted a poem earlier today that I wrote for my followers telling them they were also the best part of my day. The people are what make blogging so enjoyable. I completely agree.

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