Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Feedback from far quarters
I received some positive feedback about this blog in quick succession.
Einat, from Haifa, Israel wrote:
"What an incredible place your blog is. A space of contemplation, meandering and getting lost. The pictures of your city and its people, your thoughts... I find it a remarkable experience to be able to have these versatile journeys. Thank you. I enjoy it a lot."
Clarence Fisher from Snow Lake, Manitoba, Canada wrote:
"I enjoy your photoblog scenes of daily life in Calcutta. I live in a very small (1,000 people) town in Northern Canada, so our lives probably cannot be much more different. Yet every time you post pictures of the lives that you see, it completely pulls me in. I am a teacher of 13-14 year old students and I constantly use your blog pictures... We are a very connected class. We blog and have RSS networks of students around the globe and we love to see how people live in other parts of the world. So please know that I am a subscriber, I appreciate your posts and photos, and that they are being used in a Northern Canadian classroom!"
Dr Vijay, from Salem, Tamil Nadu, India wrote that Cuckoo’s Call is:
“… a blog that is so eclectic, erudite and secular.”
Flitzy, Kathy, Dave, Yves, Dan, Don, Mark, Irving, Sadiq, Isaiah, Deb, Shirazi, Le Magnifique, Gaelin, Kozi, Abhay, Krystyna, Ghetu, Rose, – are some fellow bloggers who have consistently encouraged me.
Thank you friends, you are most kind and generous with your appreciation.
This positive feedback encourages me to keep at whatever I’ve been trying to do through this blog, and view that with some appreciation, rather than my habitual cynical view that it’s terribly vain and self-indulgent.