Blog Anniversary- 8 Years



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Hello everyone! It gives me immense pleasure to share that today is the anniversary of my blog, Ashish Vision which came into existence eight years ago i.e in 2011. It was on this day that I created my blog and started my journey in blogging world. 🤗😊 When I started, I have never expected that I will be able to continue for so long but thanks to all my readers and friends across the globe for making this happen. I would like to thank all of you for your overwhelming support and encouragement which keeps me going till today. 🙏🙏🙏 I will continue to write and share my literary pieces with you all. You all are very good, supportive and motivating. In these eight years of my journey, I have learnt a lot from all you and still I am learning from your posts and your views. 👍🕺.

Once again, thank you so much for your love and support. 🤗✌️ Keep visiting and motivating me with your valuable views and I hope the journey continue… 🙏 Thank you so much everyone. 🤗😊

Ashish Kumar

The Writer’s Block…


Writing is an art. When a writer pens down his creativity with the use of magical words, a new literary piece is born. It takes immense effort to write, from beginning to the end. What to write and how to present it? It happens several times when you thought of writing something chosen but came up writing on something else. Isn’t it??? Even though when you come up writing something else which you didn’t thought of doing so and when the end result is satisfying, it is again a new creation. This happened with me several times. I think to write something specific and come out of writing something else.

Writing gives me satisfaction and I am sure it gives satisfaction to all who writes. But what happens when the writers are unable to write for some time or the thinking ability slows down for a while. The situation where writers are unable to produce their literary pieces is what we call the “writer’s block”. It is the situation where the author loses the ability to produce new work or experiences a creative slowdown. This is quite natural and happens with every writer. It gives the writer to take rest from writing for a while and come back with refreshing new literary pieces. Going forward, refreshment does play a role when one comes back. As the mind is ready, devoted and the best part is, one writes from his heart.

As it is said, when you write keep the heart and the soul intact in your literary work, then only readers will get the real fragrance and taste of your writing.  Don’t let the “heart and soul” missing in your work. Writer’s block is a way to revive yourself, think little different and come up with a new genre. For example, if someone is writing mostly on romanticism, he may come up writing on social issues etc. I think the writer’s block gives a chance to think differently, try different genre and also present in different way. I have been away from writing several times. In blogging world, I was silent for about six months too due to my studies and other personal stuffs but was always happy to come back. I avoid forceful writing. Whenever I have something in my mind, I try to present to all of you. Writer’s block is not a misfortune. There might me several reasons making writers to go in the writer’s block, from personal to professional etc. But there is always a chance for come back. So, what is your take on writer’s block? Have you ever been in the writer’s block? Do share your views and experience…

– Ashish Kumar

Unique Blogger Award…


Recently, one of my blogger friend POOJAG nominated me for the Unique Blogger Award. She is a versatile writer and writes in various genre like poems, quotations etc. You should visit her blog for having nice literary pieces. I would like to thank her for considering me for this award. This is also after a long time that I am posting an award post. The last time I did was in November 2015, more than one and half years. Excuse me for my absence from the award posts… 🙂

Rules 

  • Share the link to the blogger who has shown love to you by nominating you.
  • Answer the questions.
  • In the spirit of sharing love and solidarity with our blogging family, nominate 15 people and notify them.
  • Ask them three questions.

My answers to the questions

1.What (or who) inspired you to get into blogging?

As blogging is a good platform to share your literary pieces. I was writing and posting in my notes on facebook (where no one was reading :-P). I came to know about blogging when I was in first year of my B.Tech and hence  started to blog

2. Describe your ideal three-course meal? 

It’s difficult to describe. I prefer some spicy food which may be from veg or non veg…

3. Would you consider naming any future children after fictional characters, if so which characters?

Question postponed till marriage… 😛

I would like to nominate the following bloggers;

The questions for the nominated bloggers are same as answered by me. Feel free to accept/reject the award. Have a good day. 🙂

– Ashish Kumar

Blog Anniversary – 6Years


Today is the 6th anniversary of my blog. I would like to thank everyone from bottom of my heart for supporting me in this journey. I will write and write till my last breath. 🙂 Thanks again for all the support and love which I have received from all of you. Keep visiting and motivating me with your valuable views.

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Ashish Kumar

Is the time right?



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Want to write,
Is the time right?
A question which often comes.
Better this should be overcome.
How can you stop a writer from writing?
Stopping from doing the right thing.

                   Hey! Dirty mind.
                   Don’t deviate the focused mind.
                   Let the mind work properly.
                   Allowing it to write frequently.
                  You be seated in corner.
                  Take rest and stick to corner.

Culprit is not the time.
But it is our own mind.
Don’t think much.
Just write and write.
As…
You want to write.
But..
Again the question arise.
Is the time right???

think

– Ashish Kumar