Daily Prompts: The Stat Connection

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Go to your Stats page and check your 3-5 posts. Why do you think they’ve been successful? Find the connection between them and write about it.

  • I checked  my three posts.
  • First one is a translation of Tagore’s poem. It’s a prayer to God.

In this prayer, the poet asks God not to save him from danger, but to strengthen his mind so he’s not afraid of danger.

If he’s unable to find a companion, he prays to God to make him able to carry on alone.

He wants resilience in the face of defeat to protect his mind. He doesn’t want God to save him but to help him so he never gives up.

He doesn’t want his burden to be lightened but he wants inspiration to carry it gracefully.

In his days of happiness he wants to  be humble and recognize God, and  keep  him from doubting God in his sadness.

  • Second one is a limerick challenge I wrote using the word “Feral” or its synonym.

My limerick is about an innocent chicken, playing in the garden, it was mercilessly scooped up by a hawk  for its dinner, neither the chicken nor its owner could save the chicken, all the owner could do was watch the whole scene and be sad. This is the story of our world the strong always oppress the weak, the weak are never saved from the tyranny of the strong as was the case with the chicken.

  • My third post is about a nomination for an award. I answered a few questions, perhaps I did well, which could be the reason for its third place.

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