DP Daily Prompt: Teach Your(Blogger) well

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I think my bloggers in other words those who follow me know more than I know about blogging. Only thing I can teach certain foods I cook. That’s all. I’m not sure they are interested.

I do not have much to say.


37 thoughts on “DP Daily Prompt: Teach Your(Blogger) well

  1. Well rather than assume no one would be interested why not add a few recipes up here with photos of you cooking and see what kind of response you get. What food do you cook? I love learning how to make something different.

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  5. I think there is lots you can say. You are filled with your own unique wisdom. Wisdom which life has taught you. The experience you gained while growing up, while being a teacher. The things you learned during marriage and motherhood. Moreover, you always share beautiful insightful moments of your life with us all.

    Much love and light,

    P. S. I’d love to learn more about your cooking style. It’s always nice to try out new recipes.

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  8. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for this post which reminds me of the teachings of Iqbal and Mary Parker Follett. They both spoke, in different cultures, and from different angles, of the diversity of persons with the greater unity. To me, their teachings imply the inherent value of all persons, in all places, in all times, and from absolutely every walk of life.

    All good wishes,


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