Liebster Award: Happy MeπŸ’ƒ

Award time..wow!! It’s an amazing feeling and I am super excited that I got this award nomination. My blogging journey started in October 2020 and I have around 300 great followers. I don’t know how many of them know me but one wonderful thing is that some amazing bloggers always encourage me with their beautiful words. Among them, is Mr. Lokesh Sastya, who nominated me for this wonderful award.

I thank Lokesh Sastya, The Gondwanaland for nominating me for Liebster Award. Lokesh is an honest and very decent person who always inspires his readers with his art of imagination. His blogs are pieces of an aspiring self, full of positivity and enthusiasm. I wish all his dreams come true

Coming to the award.

Rules

1.Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.

2.Answer the 11 questions given to you.

3.Nominate 11 other bloggers.

4.Ask your nominee 11 questions.

5.Notify your nominees once you have uploaded your post.

Here are my answers to Lokesh’s questions.

1.Your all-time favorite book/movie?

There are so many on the list but if I have to mention one, then it is The monk who sold his Ferrari by Robin Sarma. This book is about the purpose of life, about devotion to life. The importance of selflessly serving others, living in the present, self-discipline, self-mastery, power of words, power of silence, opposite thinking, and many lessons that I found from the book which are firmly taking off benefit me in my daily life.

2.Iced coffee or milk tea?

Milk tea.

3.If you had the ability to turn back time, what period would you return to?

Wow, if I had the ability to turn back time…I will do so many things and one is I will get back my father whom I lost at the age of 16.

4. If you could swap lives with a celebrity for a day, who would it be?

No specific name, but probably with a celebrity author or a celebrity motivational speaker.

5. If this pandemic never existed, what would you be doing right now?

I am a homemaker, a stay-at-home mother and I don’t think the existence of a pandemic makes any difference in a stay-at-home mother’s life. But due to this pandemic situation, I acknowledged what is the value of optimism in life.

6. If you could get rid of any vegetable or fruit in the entire world, what would it be and why?

I have likes and dislikes but I eat almost every fruit and vegetable.

7.Name one musical instrument have always wanted to learn how to play?

Violin. This musical instrument always attacks me. I enjoy the way musicians play the violin.

8. If you have the opportunity to make up a word and have it added to the dictionary, what it would be and what does it mean?

One word of my own would be chinka. It’s my daughter’s word and the meaning is chicken πŸ˜„ I love the way she used to chinka for chicken.

9. Name three items from your wishlist.

a. A big library.

b. A farmhouse where I can grow so many organic veggies and fruits along with colorful blossoms.

c. Set up a free kitchen for the needy, whom I meet on every sidewalk in my city.

10. If you could meet one famous person dead or alive, who would it be and why?

Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam, Ex-President of India, The Missile Man. I admire his philosophy of life, his every quote is realistic. He was an example of a real icon.

11. Your life goals. Name at least two

a. Write more and more and publish my book.

b. Free from FibromyalgiaπŸ™

Now I have to nominate 11 people. It’s hard to choose only 11 among all. So with the same questions, I would love to nominate you all.

Thank you so much for reading. Stay connected with rosida’s zone

rosidabegum

I am Rosida Begum. I am a reader,a proud wife and a mother of two absolutely gentle and adorable kids. Graduate in Philosophy.Studied Bioinfomatics.Worked at a Pharmacutical company and now by choice I am a homemaker.Writing is my passion. My site is a well articulated and peaceful zone for all my readers .

32 thoughts on “Liebster Award: Happy MeπŸ’ƒ

  1. πŸ€—I’m always with you. In fact, I need your help right now.

    Yes, I’m an enthusiasm and emotional person with positively and inspiration to inspire people. I try to be honest because in this way I can work better with the person opposite me. I welcome new friends.

    I almost agree with the way you see the world and will to change your life for the better.

    The farmhouse idea, the library, food& shelter to the poor/homeless are also my dreams.

    I want to establish an institute where a person can learn and get educated from his birth to death. The campus of the institute is having architecture and design close to nature but built of AI & modern tech concept. We will promote free quality education for everyone. We will focus on various arts and innovation. I want to live my life in such a beautiful and peaceful place. Educational can change the future of a country and the world.

    I want to be realistic in the approach. We can convert our blogs into β€œan online library” with useful information and knowledge. I hope you can start your violin classes as early as possible. β€œ Working on our interest enough to gain potential abilities so that someone can pay value to us in exchange for it, it is our need”.
    Do you have any idea for the children as you have one of them?

    ”chinka” is the word I prefer more than chicken. I can imagine the way your daughter pronounces it. So beautiful, full of love & innocence. I believe your father is happy with what his daughter is doing in the present, what are her ambitions and purpose in life. Close your eyes, try to imagine him, just believe he is somewhere around you. You can’t see him with your eyes but you can feel his presence, his love.

    My best wishes to your family. Live together, stay happy. Support each other when they need you. Can you accept me as your elder brother(Chota Bhai)?

    It was a nice reading. I enjoyed reading every word of the word. I’ll continue my good work and try to gain more potential. As a reader and follower, I recommend others to follow your blog. Thank you so much!

    πŸ€—β€πŸŒ„πŸ€œ

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    1. Glad to hear from Lokesh. I appreciate your every wise word. I am fortunate to have such a wonderful soul as my younger brother( Chota Bhai). Wish you more and more.
      Keep growing and do your good works.
      I always feel if we change our attitude we can change our life. We should adopt empathy for them whom we can help selflessly. Thus the needy children, their primary need is food, shelter, and education. If we can contribute one of them to their lives, we can make a difference.
      Hope our good desires lead to our destiny. Wish you and your’s wonderful days ahead. Thank you so much for your support. Stay blessed.

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  2. Congratulations Rosida!!! and almost at 300 followers… Yay!
    I know your Dad is beaming down at you and I too wish that for you.
    I did play the violin in high school and broke the strings very quickly so I didn’t have to play any more.. 🀣🀣🀣🀣

    β€οΈπŸ’–

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    1. Thanks a ton for always supporting me. I am grateful to have you as one of my followers.πŸ’žπŸ™
      Yes, Dad is always there.
      And it’s hilarious🀣🀣 your poor violin didn’t get the chance to create a tune with you. πŸ˜‰πŸ˜„

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      1. Oh, you’re easy to support and thank you!!! πŸ’–
        I know you now but just to have his physical. connection would be such a gift! I assure you he is proud of you.
        Oh my, that’s true… wonder why I had such an aversion.. hmmmm. πŸ’–

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  3. Congratulations Rosida. So good to know you a little more. You are so much like me 😊 with one big difference being you are a female and much younger 😊

    I love milk tea but with just a spoon of milk 😊, I have a big library, and I love fruits and veges and had a dream of having an organic farm house!!

    Loved the wish to have a free kitchen for the needy. My God give you all the happiness and joys of this world.

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    1. Many thanks for your visit and constant support. I am glad to know that we share the same taste😊😊
      I wish your dream comes true very soon and it’s great that you have a big library..wow. I want it for me and my children. As a gift for them. Wish they will continue to nurture the habit of reading.
      I try to feed few people in a month but I want to do it in a large number. Thanks again for your wishes and will be happy to get your help with my book. πŸ™πŸ™

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      1. My pleasure entirely Rosida.
        It is such a great thing to do – to help the needy. The more we give more we get πŸ™

        Must have been so tough for you all to lose your father at such a tender age. God has His ways we know nothing about πŸ™

        What about your mother? Siblings?

        Stay blessed πŸ˜ŠπŸ€—

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      2. Yes, it was tough. The emptiness will always there. We are four siblings and with God’s grace, our mother is fit and fine. She is a retired teacher.
        Thanks a lot for your concern.
        Since I am struggling with spondylitis I am reading and writing less. Therefore I am not able to do blogging properly. Even my kid’s exams are going on, so it becomes hard to manage.πŸ™‚
        RegardsπŸ™πŸ’ž

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      3. Children can really keep us busy and managing home is 24/7 job!

        I have had severe spondylitis decades back. The only way out is homeopathic medicine and Physio. I know the medicine to be taken and can share it with you. Helps immediately.

        Good to know about your mother. God be with her. My wife had lost her father when she was just a couple of years old. Biji was illiterate, had three children and had to face the world! She struggled but ended up teaching too πŸ˜ŠπŸ™

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      4. Yes kids keep us busyπŸ˜‡
        I am doing some exercises but not taking any medicine. Kindly share the medicine.
        I can imagine your Biji’s struggle. That’s why I say there are so many untold stories that can inspire us.πŸ™πŸ™
        I have seen my mother standing against all the chaos without a complaint.

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      5. Initially you would have to take four medicines but once in control we would slowly reduce these.

        Arnica 200 β€” morning
        Rhus Tox 200 β€” noon
        Ruta 200 β€” evening
        Bryonia 200β€” night

        Hypericum 1m once a week or SOS

        You are welcome to email me for more details and clarifications Rosida 😊
        Ashokwahi2@gmail.com

        Get well soon 😊🌹

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