This New year’s Eve

19 thoughts on “This New year’s Eve”

    1. Melancholy has been the central theme of lives in 2020, probably affecting the people in developing countries in more number of ways than those in the affluent world. Glad that you like it. How are you doing? 😊

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    1. Thank you so much for letting me know you enjoyed the Haiku. Yes, it is sad in some way because beggars at the traffic intersection have a short time to try and work on the emotions of the car’s occupants. So they try all sorts of facial expressions. A mask has robbed them of that luxury. 😊🙏

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      1. Hello, my friend–somehow, when I moved to this blog I missed putting you on the Follow list–but I’ve remedied that once more. I hope your family and you are all doing well–there were some concerns for your parents a few months back, if I recall correctly.

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      2. WOW! Where have you been all these days? I kept looking for you on your previous blog address to wish you on Christmas and realised you had deleted that blog! I did miss you so much.
        Yes, my parents are doing good at the moment. They have recovered from Covid very well, thanks to the prayers of all my well wishers like you. I am so happy to re-connect back with you. 😊 🙏

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      3. Oh my! what a blessing to be missed–thank you 🙂 ❤ And I'm so very glad to hear your parents recovered from Covid–so many did not, and it is surely testimony to God's mercy and the power of fervent prayers…which always encourages me to PRAY Unceasingly!

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      4. Yes, you are right. Only prayers can heal the wounds that the world inflicts on a heart!
        I always think of you when I don’t hear from you for a long time. 😊🙏

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      5. Thank you so much–I’ll try to remember to put you first on my list, if I change blogs again (but please pray I don’t have to!) 🙂 Take care–blessings to you!

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      6. Thank you so much for that…and your blessings. I too have wondered as to why you need to change blogs and open new blogs. Apologies, if i sound too inquisitive. Don’t mean to intrude but I was just plain curious. 🙂

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      7. No need for apologies 🙂 I’ve been asked that before–one well-respected poet/blogger who passed away used to tease me, asking if I was “running from the Mob”! 🙂 The honest answer is that I’m rather sensitive, and sometimes there are issues with other bloggers or comments (theirs or mine)…whether because of my strong Christian Faith convictions, or something unrelated–and the easiest, kindest way to separate myself from the situation is to open a new free blog.

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      8. Oh… I get it now. Just in case I need to do it sometime, is it easy to transfer all the writings to a new blog? Or does one have to do it painstakingly, one writing at a time? 🙂

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      9. Actually, I don’t transfer posts from one blog to another–I just start fresh, and if there’s something I want to repost, I just do it as “new”. However, in the Tools section (left side of your dashboard usually), I believe there’s an “Import/Export” feature–check it out 🙂 And should you need help, WordPress staff are usually quite happy to advise and assist.

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