Saturday, January 18, 2014

UBC Day 18 - Little Did She Know

Day 18 Ultimate Blogging Challenge


Written for: Write Tribe 55 on Friday
Also linking to: Theme Thursday prompt Doubts



Little did she know what was in store.

The marketplace faded as her eyes fell on him. Memories came flooding through.

"He would've looked like him if he had lived",  she thought wistfully, foolishly wishing they could meet again.

"But I always thought I'd see you again",  sang the busker.  She looked heavenward and smiled.


the market

the busker


Theme Thursday prompt Doubts

Whenever I have doubts, I usually look heavenward and ask the question. The universe always sends an answer if we only learn to listen.

 Many questions and doubts went through my mind as the memories flashed through yesterday.

More often than not I get the answers from a song and yesterday was no different. Thank you Universe.



May today be the day you  find the answers you seek. May today be the day your doubts are resolved.


Check out these awesome bloggers who are also taking part in the UBC challenge:
  Shilpa  Kajal  Richa  Jairam  Sheethal  Kathy  Swati  Michelle  Nabanita

My previous UBC Jan 2014 posts here


Drop by my facebook page Suzy's Ilation and if any of your posts needs some tlc, add it to the goodwill thread there and I'll drop by and give it some love.




Warm Regards
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28 comments:

  1. Lovely post and I love the way you've mentioned other UBC participants..

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    1. Thanks Priya. Glad you liked it. Paying it forward is very soul satisfying.

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  2. That's brilliant, Suzy and love the powerful, positive message.
    Cheerz

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    1. Thanks Vishal. I loved the message too!

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  3. When someone's not with us then that's definitely within us...
    lovely post

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    1. Thanks Shellymona. Some people are etched in memory forever particularly if they are soul connections.

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  4. Memories come at the most unsuspecting moments...

    Very nicely written Suzy :)

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    1. Thanks Nabanita. They sure do and it's often little things that trigger great memories.

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  5. It's ironic when the right music plays at the right time. Always leaves a smile on my face too. :)

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    1. Thanks Jyothi. But one must also learn to understand the signs.

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  6. This was great! I love reading other people's fiction!

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    1. Thanks Sophie. Glad you liked it and thanks for stopping by.

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  7. lovely post, there is many times a dejavu when we meet or see someone, but more often than not we dont recollect

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    1. Thanks Karan. And when we have those deja vu moments, they usually mean something.

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  8. I loved your take on this prompt!! Oh if only he had lived how different life would have been ♥ Lovely!

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    1. Thanks Kathy. Yes, life might've been different or are things as they should be?

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  9. Lovely Suzy! You know I look for my answers usually in a book!

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    1. Thanks Kajal. Books, blogs, songs, quotes etc etc .. the Universe speaks to us in many ways.

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  10. Loved this story and so agree with you. When you look for answers, you do get them answered through a person or a book or a song ... and I love such moments!! :)

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  11. All one needs is to be open to the messages sent from beyond. They are all around us. I really like this.

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  12. Answers would be great, but first I have to figure out the questions.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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    1. Perhaps you'll get an answer to what is the question? if you dare to ask!

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  13. I really needed this today Suzy...thank u so much!! Universe does answer... for me today it was through your post! Lv

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  14. this write as such a feel good factor :D beautifully written

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  15. Very true, Suzy. Strongly agree-
    "The universe always sends an answer if we only learn to listen." :)

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  16. Enjoyed your post as I always do, Suzy. So sad and touching remembering a departed loved one. Yes, music does trigger powerful memories and take us back. I like the idea of looking heavenward for an answer. I'm not that great at praying but I like the way you expressed it.

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