It is not 3rd of May in US.
I am happy that the social tasking 100 words.com works well in my windowsphone too.
I am wide awake. Little worries bother me. Without
sleep how can I face the day. I will be in a shaking state. My concentration at work will be affected.
I came to know that the April batch is
I did not answer the question “Do you read articles which list everything?” This question I asked myself the day before yesterday and I didn't answer yesterday. Yesterday, the entry was telling the morning lists and the difficulty in writing 100 words.
The purpose of writing is realized and that is put in words: “I should answer the questions which I ask myself. I should do that. Otherwise, the realization will not be realized.”
Now, answer : “I like reading articles which list maximum 5 items. Reading beyond that makes me listless”
Which is the best list referred?
Sometimes a divine experience happens, I become enervated. Listing the listlessness becomes dreadful and a mamooth blank space is formed.
The divine feeling should be curbed soon. A list is to be made. A question is to be answered. A question is to be asked.
Dreaming. Wondering. Writing.
Today, the 100 words would be a short compilation of the good words written by people at this site.
If the people who know you too well and even the people, who merely know you by name, believe in you, why don't you, too?
"Blessed are the weird people, the poets & misfits, the artists, the writers & music makers, the dreamers & the outsiders, for they force us to see the world differently."
The struggle is never fucking over. That’s life. When the struggle is over, you’re dead.
Thanks, people. These are real realisations.
Nice to be at my (wordcounter.net) drafting my 100 words.
Slowly, in a leisurely manner let me make my thoughts into words. Words into sentences.
Some creators here, have nice themes to write. One writes about dreams. Another about love. Interesting to read.
I go by random and by featured 100 words.
My theme here would be the thoughts triggered by the lists in Wikipedia intervened with my personal activity or thoughts.
With this basic step, I think I will not have any dearth of stuff to write about.
I wanted to record something interesting I read at the Wikipedia list, in the previous day's post, but I began the post by telling where from I am drafting the words. Then I had some words describing the good things in this site.
The words went on. I look at the end and realise that the thought I intended did not materialise in the entry.
This happens. Come with a thought and write something else. When I write, some other thought is gesticulating in the mind.
Wikipedia has a list of happy countries. My country comes 118th in the list.
World Happiness Report.
I was trying to say more about World Happiness Development. Right?
UN made this development in 2012. Since then World Happiness Report is being released.
Bhutan first adopted gross national happiness instead of gross domestic product as their main development indicator.
The World Happiness Report is a landmark survey of the state of global happiness
Explained by: GDP per capita, Social support, Healthy life expectancy, Freedom to make life choices, Generosity, Trust or absence of corruption.
As per the Wikipedia report, my neighbouring countries are happier than us.
Wandering to wonder. Yes!
Wandering on internet reading random things is a super wonder.
I was wondering at the seven wonders of the world page this day.
The classic seven wonders of the world were:
Great Pyramid of Giza
Hanging Gardens of Babylon
Statue of Zeus at Olympia
Temple of Artemis at Ephesus
Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
Colossus of Rhodes
Lighthouse of Alexandria
The only ancient world wonder that still exists is the Great Pyramid of Giza.
Taj Mahal was introduced to the wonders of the world later. The world wonders keep updating.
Today's wonder - the list of Elephants.
I learnt the term "pachyderm". It is commonly used to describe elephants, rhinoceroses, and hippopotamuses.
The Elephant page had the Mention of Ganesha, God with human body. The page also mentions Gajendra, the Elephant King who was attacked by Crocodile and saved by Vishnu.
Gajendra shouts " Oh The beginning of everything (God)" when he was captured by the Crocodile.
Haathi is character from Rudyard Kipling's Jungle book.
Another character in Indian mythology is Airavata who is the creator of clouds.
We have air-conditioned state Transport Volvo buses with the name Airavata.
Google document is perfect. The 100 words put in here almost perfectly fits the 100 words count in the Rich Text Editor at the 100 words site.
The Internet has got an innumerable number of facilities and people around to make writing interesting.
Quickly I can note my thoughts in “Google Keep” and can copy to Google Docs to count the words and revise my thoughts.
I can double click a word, Grammarly tells me, to include the missing article and suggests better words to be used.
Control+Click, WikiWand helps me to know more about the stuff I write.