Merry & Happy

Merry Christmas πŸŽ‹ & Happy New Year ❀

Sometime all we need is a new perspective.
After publishing 125 posts, and seeking 1000’s of kind notes from fellow bloggers.. The blog finally decided for a change that has been slightly hard to take. The change which the blog author was willing to make for long and finally took it. The blog has a new URL(web address).
Welcome to..Β thebrokenspecsΒ (

Do you know, pair of broken glasses left on US gallery floor was once mistaken for art. πŸ˜€

Why its named, “The Broken Specs“?
I was remembering one occasion when I fell asleep in bed with my glasses on. When I woke up I was lying on them and they were all flat. I tried to bend the temples back and broke both of them. Luckily, I could see with an old pair of glasses that were still stronger than the prescription that I needed at the time. But I was very sad because I liked the broken glasses a lot and they couldn’t be repaired. 😐

It is important to hold Love & Trust with a lot of care, don’t let it down, because once broken they cannot be repaired. πŸ˜”

Hope you enjoy reading the blog.. πŸ™‚

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74 thoughts on “Merry & Happy

  1. True!! Broken things cannot be repaired. But if you give a second chance things may change. Remember how the ‘Japanese bowl’gets it’s own significance. Even the bowl is broken the gold adds to its beauty as the brokenspecs was considered a art happenly or mistakenly.. Well..!! Great name with great depth.
    Looking forward to get great posts from you…
    Good luck..!! πŸ™‚

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    1. Thanks Raseeka, for such a wonderful thought! I will definitely read about the Japanese Bowl stuff. Glad to have you alongside in this journey. 😊 Merry Christmas.

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  2. It’s interesting that we have the ability to read such symbolism from really anything in our lives. Perhaps it’s only resurfacing what we already know. Hope you had a merry Christmas πŸ™‚ Happy Holidays and a happy new year to you and your family!

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    1. Little things always bring back life to one. Important is, how quickly we learn our lessons. 😊 Was a happy jingle bells.. and hoping for a beautiful 2018.
      Wishing you & your family the same, Jessica. 😊

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  3. Your blog piece is truly lovely and very inspiring. Writing from the heart sends the best message and touches the lives of millions. I am truly grateful to you for sharing this with us. God bless you 😊😊😊.Happy New Year!
    Good Luck To U πŸŽ„

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    1. Thank you, Natasha! Happy New Year to you too. Hope the year bring enormous reasons to smile. Thank you so much for touching along with the blog. Happy to have you here. 😊😊😊

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  4. hey! I haven’t been reading your blog(or any other for that matter) for a long time now. i opened it today and the look is completely changed.. Good to see that your writing hasnt… I absolutely love the name ‘The broken specs’. I wanna make a couple of suggestions.. you should put the comment and like buttons below the post, and the comment section should be on the same page.. rest is perfect (y) (this means thumbs up in emoji language!)

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    1. Thanks Kritika, Good that you got time to check the blog back. I’ve been reading your posts whenever I get time, they are really nice. πŸ™‚
      Thank you, I think the like button and comment box are placed on the same page, wondering if it went missing. πŸ˜‹
      Wonderful to have back, I will check the blog soon for getting little fixes. 😊


      1. You remember my name πŸ™ˆ i feel blessed already.. Your work is great.. And i am sure you’ll make great amends to your blog…. Glad you like my work too… 😊

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      2. Hehe, You were and will always be blessed by all mighty. πŸ™‚ Meanwhile, mostly twitter following leads me to your posts, so its good. Thank you again, have a wonderful V week. 😊

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  5. Thanks for some other informative web site. The place else may I get that kind of info written in such a perfect way? I have a undertaking that I’m just now operating on, and I have been at the look out for such info.

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    1. Thanks, Vrunda! This was posted an year ago, a change in blog and its url.

      Wishing you as well, hope you had a good piece of the cake. πŸ˜‰


  6. So happy when I found this lovely post. I used to wonder why it is the broken specs. Finally got the answer. How wonderful! Hope that you could always hold Trust n Love in youl soul.

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    1. Glad you liked it. The blog hasn’t performed well after its link change.. but I am happy people like you are finding it special still. Thanks for all the love, Nguyet. πŸ™‚

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