Wednesday, February 8, 2012

The Last Post

No, this is not literally my last blog post. However, it is definitely the last post that I am sharing on Facebook.

I have been very fortunate to have a few friends who have followed my blog with active interest and enthusiasm for a long time, some literally from its inception. Many of these friends have regularly expressed their appreciation, and encouraged me to post more. A few have also provided valuable critical feedback periodically. I'm grateful to all these friends for both their appreciative words and their critical comments and emails. Such observations have helped me improve and refine my thinking, writing and singing skills considerably.

Because of these above mentioned reasons, it has always given me a lot of pleasure to share my posts with friends on Facebook. However, I am deciding to not link posts to Facebook anymore, because now I intend to post more regularly on my blog. As I had mentioned in a recent post, I plan to blog daily this month, and hopefully pretty regularly later as well. Linking posts daily on Facebook would clutter people's Facebook walls, and I don't want to do that. It's one thing to share posts on Facebook when you posted once a fortnight. It's completely another thing to do so on on a daily basis, because, of course, not all my Facebook friends are necessarily interested in my blog posts. So, it seems unfair to bombard everyone with a link to a new post daily. Fortunately, it's very easy to keep abreast with any blog these days by subscribing to the RSS feeds, and I hope my friends who are interested in my blog will do that.

Thank you again, my dear friends, for following this blog, and for sharing your honest views with me.


  1. Paresh though we love reading your blog everyday but it looks you have assigned yourself with a very difficult task of writing everyday.
    Please be easy on yourself and write when your heart say's so.

    1. I know... Just trying to bring in some discipline into life. And I'm realizing that challenges although painful do give satisfaction when accomplished. So, it's all well. :)