Blogging Tips?

1. I am so full of significance that i don’t have any significant other.

2. That quote might have suited Oscar Wilde.

3. Or AI chatbot Replica created by Luca, Inc

4. Or I am so significant that I don’t have just one significant other.

5. That statement number 4 might have suited someone.

6. The idea about significance taking shape as amorphous human groups, ethnic or otherwise interact with each other, came to me as i was taking breakfast this morning, which was akin to a heavy lunch. I don’t have the luxury of choosing what or when to have my lunch, breakfast or dinner.

7. Transcendental wisdom in form of Tohu would be presented in a while…

8. A few minutes later:

9. Though I don’t possess any perspicuous palpable obvious histrionic talents latent or otherwise: it’s obvious enough: most of the bloggers i come across don’t remain truthful to the name and format. In my estimate blogging is web logging. Online journal ing. It might evolve to become an artform but the skeleton itself needs courage to buildup.

10. How many times you died yesterday? No? Slept with someone? Criticized someone? Etcetera. If you can answer such questions easily and truthfully: you can really blog. It means: keeping your ideas: including the most private ones: out there for public consumption.

11. Public doesn’t just consume your ideas. It also consumes the idea generator. Forget ad-hominems. I couldn’t believe in 2017-18 that i was so popular as to be subject to scrutiny by scores of WordPress bloggers together.

12. Web logging is easy: put what comes into your head without giving much thought. Don’t expect any rewards. Just writing is a reward big enough. If you’re honest to yourself you’re doing it right. You say it. You say it loud.

13. All art is built on the foundation of form and structure or the structure is reshaped to suit the quintessential art form. The art must be clear to me if I need to fly high and remain grounded as well.

14. I see artists in guise of bloggers. Sales people. Bloggers there are none. I teach keeping a journal to some pupil. They hardly do it for a day or two and move on. They want to hide. Everyone is hidden. Truth is: nothing is hidden. Everything is known or comes into light sooner or later.

15. Blogging is easy. Putting your ideas online or offline is easy.

16. A Tohu Verse to celebrate this wonderful tipsy post:

Arse arsenal farce farci

Farasi si marquee

Let’s parse the SARS on Mars

Venus among us met a mong

Mongolia mongoose gooseberry blackberry

Berry berry

Met rickets

Rockets were fired to celebrate red dragon

Goner nerd wildcat grimalkin kins met Michael

He was on a cycle

Cleopteran cave ran an anschuluss

Cthlulu cthonic nictitate zulu

Warrior farrier erroneous transmission

Mission impossible gone south

Ions lost to cathode ray tube

Bootleggerrymeanderfurorteutoniciclementinenemyosemitemeritzygottenettlesomesugasconadebragbromideifictionalarmistampedenigratennisisymposiumlautarkoumissimpletonotelemetrystintegermanemoneprandialtone

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World Hindi Day!

1. Hindi is the third most spoken language of world. It’s World Hindi Day Today.

2. Hindi is an analytical language whereas its mother tongue Sanskrit is synthetic language. It’s the main reason why you find Hindi commentaries taking great space where Sanskrit threads were succinct expression of creative truths as realized by Vedic sages.

3. There have been treatises and commentary on threads originally created in Sanskrit too and it is called ‘Language of Gods.’ The script used in Hindi has 49 letters for vowels and consonants: it’s called Dev Naagri Script–which means: script used in the divine metropolis.

4. I have tried all my life to learn and master Hindi language. Like English language vocabulary-my Hindi vocabulary is meagre. It pained me since my childhood that unlike English language dictionary which was a prerequisite for most school students, college and further studies, we never had Hindi dictionaries in our houses except in case of some Hindi professors or authors.

5. English words like bazaar, cheetah, verandah, cot and others always made me fascinated with their etymological connection to Hindi and other languages.

6. I once shared Gayatri Mantra on a forum in the year 2007-08 known as Madphilosophers.com. The thread was initiated by a German masters student with an alias ‘Der Furor teutonicus’ which meant ‘The Fury of Titans.’ Listening to Satya Sai Baba’s pronunciation of mantra he said that hard tttt sounds were well suited to priests as they worked for awakening dormant energies. Hindi was diluted to suit masses.

7. When i hear Purusha Sukta sung by Hindu priests in Sanskrit available on Spotify: the guttural sounds remind me of how Jewish people pronounce most of their sounds: and also guttural gutte nacht of German.

8. Hindi comes from Hindu. Indus valley civilization. The river Saraswati or goddess of wisdom. The middle path. Sushumna path of happiness. Gnostic way. Sindh is name of an area in the present day Pakistan and ancient India. There lived some people who developed the ancient form of this language with Indo-Germanic roots as per some archaeological researchers.

9. Hindi is language of Bindi worshippers. Bindi is dot. Point which is void. Origin. Root. Hindian. Indian. Hindustani. That which belongs to place of Indus valley civilization.

10. Indu. Bindu. Sindhu. Indra. Bindra. Sindha. Singha. Originally fire worshippers. Connected to Irani Aryans.

Image credit: Self, captured at Library of Gandhi Smarak Nidhi Chhatarpur Madhya Pradesh

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