DP Daily Prompt: Connect the Dots Post by Ranu

A manuscript of Rabindranath Tagore's (1861-19...

A manuscript of Rabindranath Tagore’s (1861-1941) work. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I scoured the internet for uninteresting news.I did not find any. What I found are about things people like. I got no help from reading the news.

I pondered for a while about my life. It is not uninteresting.I woke up at 5:30, said my prayer,it took 26: 00 minutes. I took out Tagore’s book of poems and songs. Turned to the page where I found my favorite song,translated it in English.It’s written in Bengali mine and Tagore’s mother tongue. I think I am fortunate.It took me an hour to translate it. I posted it,something went wrong,the Oops sign came up,it cannot be found.I posted it again  with a few minor adjustments.I hope this time it is correct.This time it says ,my comment is awaiting moderation.

I went to the kitchen,had my breakfast.I wrote something for NaBloPoMo.I posted it. Then I read the daily prompt. I cannot find anything uninteresting in the  news. I cannot compare with what I did this morning. I think how I spent three and a half hours after waking up is interesting. It was time well-spent.

12 thoughts on “DP Daily Prompt: Connect the Dots Post by Ranu

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for this. This post highlights for me how a day filled with purpose is fulfilling.

    All good wishes,


  2. I love your outlook on life. Everything is interesting or not depending on the point of view. I think looking outside and watching the cloud pattern is interesting. I think we would enjoy drinking tea together and finding enjoyment in all things

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