“Dreams are like the paints of a great artist. Your dreams are your paints, the world is your canvas. Believing, is the brush that converts your dreams into a masterpiece of reality.”
Dear Amity, Good Evening!Africa-my people were there!some are still there!life was nit easy;a different life n culture.Our own Gandhiji spent many years in AFRICA fighting against injustice! wishing you a lovely n cool night, sasneham, Anu
Dear Amity You have a colorful blog.!Your take on this is very convincing yet i would say its a single story version of Africa..!Thanks You
Very true and well expressed
i wanted to do this acro in different way but urs is nice :)..urs..hemu..
how lovely that is! and so true...I actually love africa and its people :) been there and simply loved it!
Very good take on the Prompt Amity!
This causes my heart and soul to cry to. So much wealth, and still the people go hungry. What kind of world do we live in. Wonderful take on the prompt Amity Me!
TATS SO VERY TRUE...AND SAD TOO
It's been awhile since I paid you a visit. This is wonderful and poignant. Beautifully and thoughtfully penned.
Hi Anu; oh really? it's a sad reality, isn't it?thanks for sharing about it!and sorry for this writing that I made about Africa.
Vanessa;yes it is a single take coz it's hard to put everything about Africa in this short acrostic...thanks again...:)
Hems; why don't you try? there's no harm Hems...good evening!
Hi Melissa;thanks so much dear!!!:)
Saras;thank you...i was messaging Yamini that you would give in this time for me at AO so i can grab the gift of book from Amias...:)no offense meant, okay?
Amias,everyone is sad once they see this harsh reality in Africa...thanks Big Sis!
Hi Priya;yes, it is! thanks a lot!
To Life Unchartered....thanks for the encouraging comment...:)good evening!
very much the extremes indeed! :)
Leo;yeah, isn't it?