Zero

Kalpanaa

I write about divorce in India

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19 Responses

  1. Beautiful post! It’s been lovely following your Lexicon of Leaving and your journey through varied emotions. Could feel the connect in so many ways having been through similar life situation.
    Well, here’s wishing you loads of joy and peace in your vast outer space!!

  2. Congratulations – on both finishing the A-Z in style, and reaching a point where new beginnings are much more appealing (and relevant) than negative emotions.
    A time when zero is quite definitely a positive.

  3. A lovely series this has been. Wonderfully written and lots of insightful points.

    Congrats on successfully finishing the AtoZcHALLENGE 🙂

    Principal Mo Zhengao was a Truly Selfless Hero

  4. Rajen says:

    Congratulations ! You wrote the whole series really eloquently and expressed yourself well. Here’s to more brilliant writing.

  5. You’ve put it in such a beautiful way. I am amazed at how society feel our pain as human beings and I am sure people going through divorce will pick loads of things on the way through your reflections.

  6. But do we ever get to Zero? I’m not so sure. Congratulations on your A-Z completion.

    http://sagecoveredhills.blogspot.com/2017/04/z-is-for-zodiac.html

  7. hilarymb says:

    Hi Kalpanaa – I meant to be with you throughout the A-Z – but just made a note to return and read your posts through … I’m sure there are pertinent points made … well done on an interesting A-Z theme .. cheers Hilary

    http://positiveletters.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/z-is-for-zebra-zoo-and-zedland.html

  8. This is an excellent goal–zero feelings. I still have events in my life (none so gut-wrenching as divorce) that I can’t come to terms with. I’d love to reach zero feelings.

  9. Zero was I what I was left with after my divorce. Financially, emotionally…zero. But a year on I am full to the brim with contentment and happiness.I guess I was never the marrying kind! I’ve really enjoyed this series. At times, often infact I couldn’t relate what you wrote to my situation. Because i am a male? I don’t know. Interesting though.

    I can’t thank you enough for spending so much time with the odd folk of Amble Bay. You’ll be missed I’m sure!

    Z- It’s farewell to Amble Bay!

  10. miladyronel says:

    Beautiful way to look at it all. Thanks for sharing your journey through the A-to-Z.

  11. Have been following your Lexicon Of Leaving since long! Liked your idea of inching closer to freedom with every increasing degree of indifference.
    Congratulations on finishing the challenge and thanks for sharing the pearls of wisdom through your experience!
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    Anagha From Team MocktailMommies
    Collage Of Life

  12. Indifference sounds like a suitable end to a divorce, one that proves true freedom.

    Her Grace, Heidi from Romance Spinners

  13. Ravish Mani says:

    End and beginning are the two sides of a coin. You beautifully illustrated the point using the concept of zero. Congratulation, Kalpanaa, for completing the challenge successfully. There’s lot to learn from your experiences of life. Thanks for the insightful series the Lexicon of Leaving.

  14. Tina Basu says:

    Beautiful explanation Kalpana.
    Congratulations on completing the competition on a high
    Tina
    Twinkling Tina Cooks

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