Monday, April 3, 2017

Create your Creation



Dear Daughter,

You may think why I'm writing to you even before you were born and also about such trivial issues. It's because now at my late 20s I came to an understanding that all those things I thought were important till yesterday were just not. And there's much more in this world. I want you to do your share of mistakes but not fall heads down without any clue like I did.

Today I want to share about the importance of Creation. You're most powerful when you have the ability to create something. Nurture your skills to create. Whether it’s music, art, fabric, writing, pictures or anything. Take the time out to learn and be a master in the selected arena with dedication.  It’s always important to have a hobby and to make that hobby into a passion. Because at your lowest these are going to hold you up. And when you indulge in the art of creation you’re getting more close to the Divine power.

I started this blog at the lowest point in my life. This was that one place that gave me the freedom to be myself without the fear of been judged. Later on this became an essential part of me. When everything around me fails to be in my control, this is one place where I could create and be the master. And always do things for yourself and not for others. It’s your happiness and emotional satisfaction that matters most. Create for yourself, and for your happiness only and make a small part of heaven here in this world. 

Understand that, “We are all creative beings. The act of creating puts us in direct connection with the greatest creator. The master artist that is our Divine Creator.”

From,
Me.


I'm Participating in the #AtoZAprilChallenge with the theme .... 
“Letters to Dear Daughter… “




52 comments :

  1. Oh, thats an amazing advice.... how important is it not to do what you love, what brings you love, what you are passionate about. lovely theme- will come back for more my friend. Good luck on atoz my friend:-)

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  2. When we do something because we like it, for our own happiness, we will definitely excel in it. You have nicely put the power of creation :)


    Crushes

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  3. Having a hobby turned passion is a key to a fulfilled life. And when you create - be it a painting or a cake, a sweater or a string of words, that's a powerful, radical act indeed!

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    1. The satisfaction these small creations give us is immense.

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  4. Creations are a reflection of ones own individuality and when we do it from our hearts it spreads happiness... Isnt it!!!!

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  5. We have both, the Creator and the Destroyer, within us. It is always better to nurture the Creator within. Sage advice, Sheetal.

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    1. It is always better to nurture the Creator within. Amen to that!

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  6. And your vision broadens further when you reach your mid-thirties!

    Being creative and doing what you love is so important

    Absolutely Amazing Alliteration

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    1. That helps to see the world in a better way too.

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  7. Very inspiring post. Having the ability to create something is a wonderful thing. Whether you keep it for yourself or share it with others, there's definitely love behind it.

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  8. Yes! That's the best thing one can do to yourself! Creating something for your own self!

    Cheers
    BoisterousBee

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  9. I'm really enjoying these letters to your daughter. Did you really start the blog at the lowest point of your life? And feel it was your space? Thats amazing.

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    1. Thank you so much.

      Yes, Kalapana I did. For me this was a place to let go my emotions. And should say, it really helped me.

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  10. Little gems of advice for the daughter. And all the more important because women have always been told to live for others, so this advise to do something for yourself is a gem.

    Shubhangi @ The Little Princess

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    1. It's high time woman start living for themselves and start seeing them as humans.

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  11. That final quote says it all. I think Elizabeth Gilbert says something like that --- we are all creative, we just need to put it to use. :) Lovely post Sheethal!

    Sanch @ Sanch Writes

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  12. This was lovely! I especially liked "Create for yourself, and for your happiness" -- it's interesting how many others love what you do, when you love it too.

    C is for… cancer/Parenting in the Wilderness

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  13. I think you touched very crux of human life.. #Creativity is what makes us different than any other species.... is baat pe mere tarafse ek cup Coffee for this amazing piece for your #AtoZChallenge

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  14. This is lovely advice.
    Sheethal, I don't know if you know this - I had quit blogging a while ago. But also at a low point at the time, I realized maybe my writing is what'll save me. So I can relate to this post in more ways than one.

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    1. I didn't know that. But I also keep blogging on n off. And I wanted to do AtoZ, because this is the only time my blog is completely active. But whenever I feel low, I come back here...and it definitely lifts me up. So keep writing. Hugs.

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  15. I started my blog at a point in my life where I needed to make sense of things and now it is a huge part of who I am - so I totally understand what you've said to your one-day -daughter :)
    Leanne | cresting the hill

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    1. Hugs to you Leanne. Thanks for such a support system.

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  16. That is one piece of advice that my Dad always gave us as we were growing up... to have a creative hobby. Anything really. And it is one sensible advice, I agree.
    Happy AtoZing!
    Chicky @ www.mysteriouskaddu.com

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    1. Dad's are always sensible! Thanks Chicky. :)

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  17. I guess, we bloggers have one place to feel secure. The haven that we've created for ourselves on our blog. Your daughter will benefit from a creative mum like you!

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  18. So true buddy and I loved you r advice pertaining creativity...glad all of us hve our blog as our creative space to unleash the power of our fan tasies. .

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  19. Engaging in a creative pursuit is not only acts a stress buster but also gives confidence and helps you grow as well!

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  20. Wow that is such a cool theme and advice I wish somebody had told me so too

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  21. Creating something that will remain immortal is such a brilliant task, and it comes with its own share of responsibilities. Writing, art, music, dance, it's all about creating emotions and experiences that you yourself will never forget, and so will people who experience it!

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    1. That's what we all are dreaming of, nah. :)

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  22. Great letter and great explanation to your daughter about creation. I am sure she will enjoy these later.

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  23. The creator and destroyer are both within us! Lovely post
    Twinkling Tina Cooks
    Tina Basu

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  24. That is some good thing to advice! You should always allow your child to follow her passion.
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    1. Yes, we should. We should let them live their life.

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  25. The power to create something is truly blissful. I have always found solace in penning down things at the lowest dips in the graph of my life. Good post and a good letter to your daughter.

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  26. Creation sustains the universe... Love this one :)

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