Guest Post: Burshblog


What Is Life?: burshblog

Life is not really what so many of us think it is. We have to start seeing life in a well-situated perspective, which means; we have to put so many things into consideration while dealing with life.

To understand life better, you have to go to 3 locations.


Hospital: At the hospital, you will understand that nothing is more beautiful than health. You should be thankful because you’re not on that sick bed in the hospital. Many people find it difficult to breathe or even to eat, while some can’t even stand on their feet or even walk at all, but we’re healthy and roaming from one place to the other without appreciating God for good health of mind and body. Let’s learn to feel sorry for our shortcomings and stop boasting about life and everything life offers because we can’t make one single hair on our head white or black.


Prison: In the prison, you will see that freedom is the most precious thing. Some of us think that those in prison are the bad guys, remember, many have been sent to prison because of one misunderstanding or the other. And many were there through intimidations, they were put to prison by powerful men because they don’t have anyone to clear them up. It can happen to anyone, so we all should be careful and support them in any way we can.


Cemetery: At the cemetery, you will realise that life is worth nothing. The ground that we walk today will be our roof tomorrow. Remember this! We are not better or righteous than those who are dead already, death is the only thing we can’t avoid. “From dust, we were formed and to dust, we shall go”, we are only dust and ashes; bear that in mind. If we all know how vulnerable we are to death; we will definitely learn how to treat one another because it’s the same place we are going. Love one another no matter the background or status, and never you intimidate anyone for one reason or the other. Be a peacemaker and you will be surprised as your life will be strengthened.

*Sad Truth*: We all come with*Nothing* and we will go with *Nothing*… Let us, therefore, remain humble and be thankful and grateful to God all times for everything.

Bursh cares and loves you so much.


Our guest today is an inspirational writer who through his writings helps people conquer their innermost fears. He loves to writes poems as well as articles that are highly motivating and are full of positivity. My chat with him was most enjoyable. I am confident you will enjoy it too.

RNG: Burshblog, it is a joy to have you as a guest on my blog ‘atrangizingagieksafar’. You have a beautiful blog on WordPress. What is the title of your blog and what is it about?

Bursh:-Hi Ranjeeta, I thank you for giving me this opportunity to share my views on writing. My blog’s name is bursh1 . My blog is all about motivations and inspiration, overcoming our fears, be thankful for what we have and living a life full of positivity.

RNG: When did you first realise you wanted to be a writer?

Bursh: To be honest with you, I never one day think of being a writer because it wasn’t in line with my course or with what I wanted to do in the future. But I found it interesting when I realised that there are many people out there, who will need my writings to conquer their fears and worries of life. Let me make it clear; I have a compassionate heart and I care for people’s well-being more than myself.

RNG: How long does it take you to write a poem/articles?

Bursh: It doesn’t take me too long to write a poem/articles. For short poems; it takes me just maximum of 20-30 minutes to write, both for the writing and to proof-read. For long poems; it takes me 30 minutes to 1 hour. For short articles; it takes me a minimum of 30 minutes to 1:30 minutes maximum. For long articles; it takes me 1:30 minutes to 2-3 hours. All these times are together with prove-read, but I usually get delayed most of the times because I work and blog, sometimes I might be writing a post and leave it behind to attend to clients.

RNG: What is your work schedule like when you’re writing?

Bursh: To be honest with you, I don’t have a special schedule for my writing during work hours, since am not self-employed, whenever the work needed me; I will keep the writing aside and attend to the work before going back to my writing. Probably, things might change later on when I became self-employed; because that will give me room to exploit more in my writing.

RNG: What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?

Bursh: My interesting writing quirk is that I do pay attention to everything, since I deal with mostly motivation and inspiration writing, so therefore no matter what it might be or what the message is, I can convert it to my own advantage by turning it into a poem or articles that will have a message which will help one, two or more persons overcome one or two challenges they’re facing.

RNG: What is your motivation factor?

Bursh: Everything motivates me to write, whether good, bad or ugly. Since I can use it to turn the life of many down casted souls into a soul that expects greatness, I think that’s all I needed to start writing.

RNG: When did you write your first poem/articles?

Bursh: I started blogging two months ago; 9th of October 2016 precisely, and that was the day I wrote my 1st article. I wasn’t interested in writing initially, that’s why I didn’t start when I was younger.

RNG: How many poems/articles have you written till now?

Bursh: I have written 70 poems/articles till now. 

RNG: Can you share a few links of your favourite articles?

Bursh: To be honest with you, all my poems/articles are favourite to me, but these are few of my articles:,,,,,,, .
In fact to know better about my articles you really need to check my blog posts because they’re too many.

RNG: Is there any particularly favourite poetry composition of yours? Can you share a few lines with us?

Bursh: My favourite poetry is my first poem which I titled “The Woman I Love” what inspired me to write it is my lovely girlfriend who I am looking forward to making my wife in the nearest future. The type of life she lives is really the way I love, because am the kind of person who loves godly things and she possesses that character and I was looking for a way to compliment her. That was why I wrote the poem. This is the link to the poem “The Woman I love”

RNG: What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

Bursh: Anytime am not writing, it might be that am working at that moment, but if am at home; l will like to read, watch a football match, watch soap opera and also have some rest/sleep.

RNG: Would you like to consider publishing your work in form of a book in the near future?

Bursh: To be honest with you, I wasn’t planning to do that, but we can’t predict the future because anything can happen anytime even unexpected. So I can’t stick to a conclusion at the moment, and I can’t say yes or no. Let’s see what happens later on.

RNG: Do you have any suggestions to help the people reading your interview become a better writer?If so, what are they?

Bursh: Yes, of course, to become a better writer, you have to put in your best efforts. Always try to write a good content which your followers/viewers will find interesting because that’s exactly what will make them keep coming and keep following. Initially, I wanted to quit writing and blogging for one reason or the other, but I said to myself; who am I gonna leave all those work for? Of course, we all acts through our own calling and we all see or do things in different perspectives. I didn’t give up that’s why I was given this opportunity to write this post. Many people are waiting for your posts even the ones you are preparing to write. So dear friends, never leave them in the dark, instead strive harder to become a better person and better/great writer by writing and writing, sometimes you might feel like getting tired and even planning to quit writing and blogging, but remember how far you have come and continue moving and improving. Push your fears and worries aside and go out there and make the world a better place.

RNG: Thank you Brushblog for being my guest today. really enjoyed your post and the interaction with you. Hope to see you here again in future.  Before you go please check out the Hall of Fame which has been created to honour the guests of my blog.

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