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The Sunday Wrap: May 10, 2015

The Sunday Wrap

Last week, we had a record number of shares as everyone brought the best that they’d seen from around the blogosphere. So let’s keep it going this week, with one post from your own blog and one from a blog that made you stop and take notice.

A recap for those unsure of the process:

First step, leave a link to your best recent post, and the best recent post that you’ve read on someone else’s blog, in the comment section.  Second step, read and comment on the blogs that our brother and sister bloggers link to (at least a few of them).  I will continue to compile an easily accessible list within this post as the day progresses.

The posts that you link to can be of any subject matter, style or blogging format.  Whatever you have, bring it to the table.  The Wrap is a way for us to meet each other; to see what each other has to say about anything and everything.

So get cozy.  It’s sharing time.

 

This week the Sunday Wrap presents:

How to Handle 15 Manipulative Mind Games – Improv

Depth of Feeling – Nik’s Place

Stop Thinking – Living, Learning and Letting Go

A Lesson in… – A Thing of Grace

Don Juan’s Take on Maya and Perception – Kilayaciriello

The Forgotten History of Mother’s Day – Gerson Institute

Letter to my Panic Attack – A Little Bit of This, A Little Bit of That

I may not be Everyone’s Cup of Tea, but I am Someone’s Double Vodka – Gun Roswell

Speaking to God – Follow Your Shadow

Ghazal: Singer Munni Begum – Sabethville

Fifty Shades of Whatever You Like – Through Mirrored Lens

Kindness is Mandatory – See, There’s This Thing Called Biology

Juxtaposition – Nik’s Place

Along the Road to Freedom – The Seeker’s Dungeon

God’s Plan – Not Just Sassy on the Inside

The Many Views of Love – Dare Boldly

A Mother’s Day Safari – The Urge to Wander

Is it Time to Run the Table – No Facilities

Nepal Earthquake: It Can Soon Be Our Fate – Sharukh Eruch Bamboat

I Miss Anthony so Much – Jmgoyder

We Must Go On – Vanbenschoten

Mother’s Day – The Party Planning

Leave your link in the comment section and I’ll attach it here!

 

If you missed last week’s offerings, you can check them out now:

Sweet Lady – Fool’s Blog

On Violence and the Great American Hypocrisy – Black Millennials 

The Gray In Between, Guest Post: Nicole Allen – The Seeker’s Dungeon

Branches Reach for the Sky – Living, Learning and Letting Go

Heavenly Gifts – Tournensol dans un Jardin

32 Self Talk Tips Against Depression – Self Therapy

Dead Puppies Insult My Intelligence – Bumblepuppies

Cards, Photos Albums and a Share Box – A Little Bit of This, a Little Bit of That!

Don’t Stop the Rockin’ – The Blog of Karthi

Me and My Awesome Sisters – Not Just Sassy on the Inside

Mother’s Advice – Traces of the Soul

I Learned This in 10 Years, You Can in 10 Minutes – Chronicles of a Kid Next Door

Heart Strumming Haiku – Nik’s Place

Joy – Bastet and Sehkmet

Burning A Bristly Relationship – Weaver Grace

Storia Ilustrata – Vulturesti

Cheep and Croak to You From the Astonishing Azores – Cindy Knoke

An Open Letter To WordPress Part 2 – Fish of Gold

The Myth of Me – Follow Your Shadow

About Piety – NatureSpeak Photos

 

16 Comments on “The Sunday Wrap: May 10, 2015

  1. Pingback: How to handle 15 manipulative mind games - Improv

  2. Thanks for organizing this Sreejit!
    Here’s a recent post from my blog: http://tinyurl.com/mzdq9vn
    It’s a commentary on the teachings of Don Juan who was the spiritual master that Carlos Castaneda credited in all of his books. I have found Don Juan’s teachings and explanation of spiritual topics incredibly insightful and try to share them a little here.

    and here’s a post I resonated with on another site (sorry, it’s not a wordpress site): http://tinyurl.com/m9zzu76
    This post is about the true history of Mother’s Day which I found uplifting and interesting, in that this day has such a meaningful history which has been largely bulldozed over by hallmark impulses. Great to know that Mother’s Day is so richly founded though.
    BTW the site that posted this blog is a non-profit organization promoting the most intensive detoxification regime available in the west which I can personally attest to its efficacy. I owe this group and its program a debt I may never be able to repay. So don’t be annoyed at the plea for donations at the end. It’s a good group and a great cause.

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  3. This is an excellent way to get recommendations of good posts and the community is getting wider.

    My own post for this week is Speaking to God
    https://followyourshadow.wordpress.com/2015/05/04/speaking-to-god/

    and the post I recommend is
    https://sabethville.wordpress.com/2015/04/01/ghazal-singer-munni-begum-posted-and-translated-by-ranu/

    Both have videos of qawali and ghazal with translation and I would like to share this sort of music with others. Ranu’s blog is a treasure of Tagore’s poetry which she makes a great effort to translate.

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  4. Picking a favorite post from my blog was easy. I’ll go with my attempt at an inspirational poist – http://nofacilities.com/2015/05/04/is-it-time-to-run-the-table/

    Picking from a friend’s blog was very hard. I follow so many good blogs (and I fear, in a good way, that I will be adding to the list as I take a look at these links). Anyway, I’m going to go with a blogger friend who is pushing himself lately to venture into new ground. Sharukh Bamboat writes about the earthquake in Nepal from a different perspective than most – https://sharukheruchbamboat.wordpress.com/2015/04/30/nepal-earthquake-it-can-soon-be-our-fate/

    Thanks for arranging this Sreejit

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