Omnipresence

Centennial Park Minneapolis

“Four days back, i had a job discussion which was satisfactory and i was fairly optimistic about it. My mind was still thinking about it till noon. I told my mind not to focus so much on today’s job discussion. So, what do I do? My room was almost full of bright sunlight coming by window. Sun still has two hours until night rolls in. Twilight is always a good hour to shoot colorful sky, I thought. I had a good day till now. Why not finish it grandly? I took a stroll around this pond to fix a good shooting point for my ‘mirror’. I shot many photos that dusk. But my pick is this photo with gradual fading colors. How do you find this shot? Your opinion is as usual paramount.”

Did you notice anything unusual in the above paragraph, except that it’s in quotes? Or do you want to read it again? Hmmm. May be, read between the words (or let’s say between alphabets) this time.

Got it? Great 🙂

I have tried something like this for the first time in my life – write a small paragraph without the supposedly omnipresent alphabet ‘E’ of the English language. It was quite a challenge but i really enjoyed it. And the credit for inviting me to this challenge “Allergic to E” goes to my blogging friend, Ramsey T @ramseytea, who loves to travel, cook and photograph. His blog, TheHutOwnerBlog, takes a peek into the life of various South East Asian cities through his photography. Read his ‘E-less’ paragraph here. Thank you dear.

If you want to try out this challenge, here are the rules: 1) Write a whole paragraph (a paragraph sounds easy right?) without any word containing the letter “e” (still easy for ya?). 2) By reading this you are already signed up. 3) Challenge at least five bloggers to do the challenge. They must do it within 24 hours or it is considered as failure (which happened with me as i was occupied with other important stuffs. After two days, when i had time, i decided to nail it down). 4) If you fail or pass, suffer in the Page of Lame. 5) If you win, wallow in the Page of Fame.

Though i invite these five bloggers for it as the rule says, you all are invited to attempt it.

1. Amrit – Èlan vital

2. J M Lysun

3. Zee – Life Confusions

4. Nirmala (Nimi Naren) – SimpleMomentsOfLife

5. The Wayfarette – Ettemeyer

You all – reading this post – are invited to participate in this challenge.

Let me know your thoughts on this challenge. Good Luck! And thanks a lot for reading my blog.

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36 Responses to Omnipresence

  1. Moon says:

    Wow…this is quite a challenging job 🙂

    By the way, I have tagged you for another challenge – 3-day Quote Challenge. Hope you accept that. http://footlooseforever.com/2015/06/22/quote-challenge-day-3/

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  2. hello, i nominated you for The Creative Blogger Award, please see: https://thehutownerblog.wordpress.com/2015/06/16/creative-blogger-award/ congratulations!

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  3. nankhatai says:

    The challenge “Allergic to E” really sounds cool. I am ready for it

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  4. nankhatai says:

    Ye shaam mastaani

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  5. Akhiz says:

    Hey Suyash, i have nominated you for “Very Inspiring Blogger Award”
    https://akhizmunawar.wordpress.com/2015/06/14/more-awards/

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  6. Helen C says:

    Eeeeeeeeek… I hope I have made up for those missing e for you. 😉
    Come to think about it… if we keep getting rid of alphabets, English will be much easier to learn, and I may not have spelling problems anymore.
    Love the photo, as always.

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    • Hehehe….Helen, you made up perfectly…And thanks for your appreciation 🙂

      I do agree that English may be much easier in that way…and for kids, it will be much simpler to learn language…As far as you are concerned, you have the freedom to make mistakes and still be let away with it, on a lighter note…;) 😉

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  7. priyankamoraes says:

    Nice one !!! Loved the way you started with the e less paragraph and then announced it !

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  8. Asil Acasio says:

    Congratulations for your successful attempt in my challenge! For that, you win a comfy place in the Hall of Cool. 😀
    Can you do me a favor? Tell your nominees to link to my site when they finish it. It’s turning a bit of a hassle to keep pace with people doing my challenge. It’s at https://redefiningrandom.wordpress.com/2015/06/09/allergic-to-e-challenge/
    Thanks in advance.

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    • Thanks a ton Asil for your visit and kind words. Hall of Cool – thanks for that 🙂 🙂 That’s very cool of you.

      I will most certainly let my nominees know about it. Let’s connect over our blogs and have fun. Thanks and enjoy your week 🙂

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  9. Amrit says:

    Thank you for this challenge.

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  10. It was a great piece! I didn’t realize it was an E-less paragraph. You have a great description of the outdoors loosing its daylight colors surrendering to the darkness of a younger night getting old. Thank you very much for advertising my Twitter account which I haven’t visited for long. That was a reminder in disguise. I’ll take a peek at my Twitter for a twit.
    Beautifully done!

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