“Oasis” In The Midst Of “7” Words#59

Most dearly ‘loved’ are Hearts unceasingly broken.

Deepak Singh

 

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About Deepak Singh

I’m a writer of non-fiction business books. My first book, Rise Today Lead Tomorrow, was published in 2016. Possess two decades of experience in International Sales, HR, and Trainings before transitioning into writing. My area of focus is in the field of entrepreneurship, sports leadership, and human behavior. Apart from that, I’m passionate about all things related to personal growth and self-discovery. But that’s not all. I explore, learn and discover ways to unlock the mysteries of success in life, business, and sports. In that spirit, I like to help people realize their true potential. Ideally, however, most joy I find in inspiring individuals to breakout and achieve their dreams.
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11 Responses to “Oasis” In The Midst Of “7” Words#59

  1. intrudesite says:

    In this slaughterhouse of love , they kill nothing but the best. If you are not killed for love then you are dead meat -Rumi
    Your quote reminded me of this favorite of mine , a consolation prize when your heart is broken the umpteenth time.

  2. Deepak Singh says:

    This is beautiful! All towards the boundary line for a huge six (as we say in Cricket)!! You’re a Gem!!!

  3. Deepak Singh says:

    Thanks for the support.

  4. Those closest to us wound our hearts the most. Lovely post.

  5. Deepak Singh says:

    I agree! So many mysteries that makes us think why.

  6. Different perspective from the eyes of the lover, whether he sees his act of love is self serving or wounding the one he loves.

  7. Deepak Singh says:

    You’re so right with you mature and thoughtful words. Thank you for the visit.

  8. shreyovi says:

    Sometimes you need a bleeding heart to feel the warmth of your own blood.

  9. Deepak Singh says:

    Yes, you’ve a point here. Thanks for the wonderful comment.

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