3rd Anniversary of Blogging

Positive duties are top on my priorities. I endeavour to bring public figures on the friendliest terms with the community. This way conflicts are avoided and the authorities are kept heedful not to fail the trust of the people. Delighted citizens spread happiness all around, work harder and contribute meaningfully. Add to this little things like occasional gifts, honours, informal visits and friendly receptions, and you see a better world.

neerajbhushan.com i.e. “Greater Voice”, which completes three years today, is precisely doing this – picking threads from daily life and putting in immeasurable efforts to build  a better society, though many a times even fighting with the materialistic schools. But don’t our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter, as Martin Luther King Jr said.

Greater Voice has strengthened my belief that I should make the most of life and have the courage to be able to tell people what’s going on. Needless to say that your continued participation in the process has also furthered the cause of all whose voices are raised here.

As long as he lives a man should live happily

………..For when the body is turned to ashes

How can there be any return to life………….?

This place today gets visitors from across the globe except some territories where free flow of information is considered a threat. Open that Greater Voice is, it has been consistently defending the right of the people to say what they feel strongly about. And as Voltaire said “I may disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it”, I am now moving ahead to create a bigger forum to allow people to open up. Visit Bharat Bolega to see for yourself. The test run is on and it may take few weeks before this platform goes live.

Thank you for supporting Greater Voice. Thank you for sharing it with colleagues and friends. Thank you for spreading it through word of mouth. Thank you very much.

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  1. […] November 26, 2010: On the third anniversary, I shared with my readers how I had been picking threads from the daily life and putting in efforts to build  a better society. In all seriousness, I admitted that this platform had strengthened my belief that I should make the most of life and have the courage to be able to tell people what’s going on. I wrote: “Positive duties are top on my priorities. I endeavour to bring public figures on the friendliest terms with the community. This way conflicts are avoided and the authorities are kept heedful not to fail the trust of the people. Delighted citizens spread happiness all around, work harder and contribute meaningfully. Add to this little things like occasional gifts, honours, informal visits and friendly receptions, and you see a better world.” [Read the full post on 3rd Anniversary here.] […]

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  2. Dear Neeraj,

    It is indeed a pleasure to have connected with you thru social media and the world of blogging.

    Most of us took to blogging with no particular target or aim. It was more a reactionary decision than a proactive.

    My first post was “Religion or Nation First?” this was in response to an event in UP which was attended by Union Home Minister. The discourse and the reportage set me thinking. If I was being fair to my children, when I insisted with them that Nation came before everything else, all actions of theirs impacted the nation and the cumulative effects of actions of all Indians impacted the Nation in major way.

    I took to regular blogging and selected Politics and Media to be my focus area. I am distressed yet not defeated for I am sure truth will prevail.

    Happiness is what I wish to share with the society by raising my voice against what is wrong and unacceptable.

    May this breed of bloggers grow by the minute and individuals like you have a larger following than that you enjoy at this point of time.

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    • Dear Anil,

      Your words are appreciated. Please keep spreading happiness, keep spreading smiles all over. There is no substitute to good work. Each effort pays dividends, in different ways.

      And thank you so much for the wishes.

      Thank you | Regards | Neeraj

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