Have you sent out #love into the world this #holiday season?

Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas!
Season’s Greetings!

In 2015, we had terrible human tragedies all across the world.

I’ve tried to do my bit to spread positivity, and I’m sure we’ve all done our bit in big and small ways. Because at the end of the day, it is love that matters. This is why it warmed me to see these 28 Pictures That Prove 2015 Wasn’t A Completely Terrible Year. Take a look if you want to smile!

There’s goodness in this world, and there’s holiday cheer, we just have to do our bit to make it reach as far and wide as possible.

Here’s wishing you all a beautiful end to the year 2015, and an even better beginning to 2016. See you in the new year!

What are your plans for the Holidays? Have you sent out #love into the world this #holiday season?

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  1. an0nym0usbl0gger

    This post is what I needed after such a devastating year last year! I especially liked the buzzfeed link. If you don’t mind I’m gonna reuse it. Thanks for spreading the cheer!

  2. Dalo 2013

    A beautiful way to bring in the New Year ~ a great post and best to you with your writing (and photography!) in the New Year. Cheers to a great 2016.

  3. lexacain

    I definitely try to send love out into the world, and I’ve been lucky that quite a bit flows back to me. 🙂

    Happy New Year! I wish you a peaceful and prosperous 2016!

  4. Jacqui Murray

    I haven’t, not enough. I wish I would. It takes me so long to finish my work–and I enjoy that–it’s a great excuse for putting off the reaching-out one more day. Sigh.

  5. Suzanne

    Thanks so much for sharing the 28 things. They made me feel so good about the nature of people. Tears fell on many of them. I will reblog and spread the Love. Hope you make your 1000 goal! Happy holidays! I really enjoy your site.
    I hope you will view my performance post…The Performers, The Performance that I posted a few days back. I want more people to see my video.

  6. ccyager

    All the best to you and your family for peace and good health during this festive season and throughout 2016. I’m spending these last two weeks of 2015 doing year-end business (because I’m a self-employed writer!), setting up the website for my small business: Yager Editing Services, setting up a crowdsource funding project at Indiegogo, reading, listening to classical music, and seeing good friends. Cinda

  7. vnktchari

    Nice attitude. I hope, I have also tried to spread a bit of mine through some of my blogs.
    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2016 to you, Damyanti.

  8. simonfalk28

    Great message and fabulous buzzfeed, Damyanti. Have tweeted the buzzfeed. Thanks for spreading all the peace and love that you do. 🙂

  9. cleemckenzie

    We must do exactly what you’ve done. I’m so drained by all the negative news that I applaud seeing some that’s positive. You’re so right. It isn’t ALL horrible. There is some good happening in this world. Here’s to a joyous 2016.

  10. vishalbheeroo

    Merry Xmas, Damyanti. You always spread positivity around and that what makes you stand tall. Writing is a powerful medium to make voices heard, loud and clear.

  11. cbecker53

    I don’t know if I’ve sent out love or not. I do know I haven’t sent out enough. Thanks so much for the uplifting link about the “not so terrible year.” We all need to remember that there is good in the world–though sometimes we have to look hard for it.

  12. Arpita

    I spent the night in the Church watching to the service with hundreds of others. It was awesome! Merry Christmas to you!