I remember following A.R.Rahman’s singers closely to know more about A.R, through their interviews and articles.
I was worrying on viewership even before I made an attempt to blog. Wrong way of thinking!.
After I moved to Bangalore, I decided to write about my experiences but, not on blog, I met my friend Carolyn through her blog. Blogging was the ice breaker to both of us. Reading her blog pushed me to keep blogging. She writes about her travelling and food experiences. Nevertheless I decided to write what I want to write and jotted random thoughts.
On a visit to Hyderabad, I met Harimohan at his home and discussed about my TEDx Journey. He blogged about it also. I was grateful for that and it inspired me to know more about his blogging experience.
On a further conversation, I realized how lucky I’m, to get such insights and to listen such overwhelming experiences. I decided to write about conversations also.
At times, I didn’t find any motivation to blog but, I recalled how Vinod Ekbote, friend of Harimohan told him about blogging. “It’s a lonely journey. Keep writing. Let’s travel alone.”
I realised how I tried to see things in a way I want to see but not in the way they’re. Blogging is a lonely journey and hell yeah, I decided, I’ll blog no matter what.