I owe you

Walking down the aisle at my workplace, head bent, eyes focused on the eerie back lit glow of the iPhone, I smiled to myself. A bright blue encircled one stood next to my inbox. There are very few times I expect something and it falls in place. Scanning the email quickly I realized how much people are willing to help, if I only asked.

Walking back to my desk, I realized how much blogging has affected my life. the lines blur between my online and offline worlds. The word friend no longer refers to someone I know in person. I learn so much of a person by reading their thoughts, by walking in their shoes. For every post that is filled with joy, I smile along knowing I am basking in reflected happiness. When I read something that tugs at my heartstrings, I quickly close my eyes and send a prayer upward. Your lives intertwine with mine. I sometimes feel the need to share things with you first than with people I know in real life. I feel compelled to give back, much more than I have taken.

So, here is my ode to all of you who enrich my life knowing or unknowingly. I’d feel lost without you.

7 thoughts on “I owe you

  1. It is me who has to thank you for keeping me together over the last few months especially. You write wonderfully and I have learnt that in some way all women go through the same in life, however so long as we are there for each other then we are good. Thank you 🙂

  2. Thank you Laksh. You write wonderfully and I really admire it. Many a time I have felt that you just read my mind. Infact I am lost without you.

  3. True Laksh. Blogging sure has been life changing. Several unexpected friendships have blossomed, and support systems have been formed, cultivated over a period of time based on intrinsic values. Long live Lakshmusings!

  4. Thank you very much. I really admire the way you post each one with the apt title . Everyday i will eagerly awaiting to see what is new in your blog.Keep up your good work!

  5. Hi Laksh,
    Yours was the first blog I stumbled on to a few years ago thanks to orkut and I’ve been a regular reader ever since. In fact it inspired me to start my own blog so thank you 🙂

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