Why I Blog?

Blogging takes time.

It takes mind space.

I do it because I want to do it.

I do it because I enjoy creating meaning out of words.

I do it because I can do it for now.

Tomorrow it might change.

Probably the biggest reason I do it because it is an antidote against slacking.

It’s a privilege to share and I want to make the best of it while I can.

I also know that everything I say or share might not be profound, but I believe in the process.

I believe that a small part of what I say will be useful.

It is like churning butter out of the curd. More curd, less butter. But butter can’t be there without curd.

So, I’ll keep making curd and serve it to you so that you can enjoy it as curd.

Once I have enough curd I might churn some butter and hope you will relish it as well.

Thank you for allowing me to serve you.


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