Soul Switch – WOW #14

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44 Responses

  1. sadiya says:

    Soul switch,,, tmhare se bohat bhaari hai swatz πŸ˜›

  2. Th!nker says:

    I also want to live one day as my dad :/

  3. Laurel Regan says:

    Very clever! What a great example of learning to walk in someone else's shoes – literally!

  4. Shilpa Gupte says:

    That was so sweet…..and funny too! We really get to learn about a person's life when we walk in their shoes for a day!
    Nice post, Swathi!

  5. What the.. 'Soul exchange'… I loved the way you have taken the conversations πŸ™‚ Funny, but very true.. Love Daddy πŸ™‚

  6. SG says:

    Excellent write up.

  7. Kajal Kapur says:

    It was funny…but a great lesson learnt. What a beautoful story, Swati πŸ™‚ Thanks!

  8. Carol Graham says:

    Very enjoyable. I have often thought of doing that — switching for a day.

  9. Haha…what an idea, Swathi. Enjoyed reading this. The grass is always greener, isn't it?

  10. nibhz says:

    wow! loved it! you are so good at it! we often take our parents for granted, don't we?

  11. wow πŸ™‚ this is something different πŸ™‚ keep writing πŸ˜‰

  12. Bikram says:

    we do it always dont we and dont think much about what it would be to be in different shoes ..
    I would say a good switch for sure makes one realise ..


  13. Ankur Anand says:

    excellent writeup πŸ™‚

  14. Ananya Tales says:

    Well narrated πŸ™‚ Swathi !

  15. Red Handed says:

    hehehe reminded me of an english movie I cannot remember the name of.
    It is so true that everyone is fighting their own battles…young or small

  16. Pheno Menon says:

    well its almost like freaky friday… Interesting

    My gratitude is to the life I live with everyone around me and the things I get to do without any regrets


  17. Haddock says:

    What if this can happen one day (soul exchange)

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  19. Swati it's so well written as you made the emotions come alive. Certainly it's not easy being US and the moment we get into a skin, we realize that we are fighting our own battles.
    A story that touched the heart and only if we had some compassion in us as human beings. It made my eyes moist and carries an imp lesson: How would we feel if we were inflicted such pain.
    Sensitive and beautiful, Surabhi.

    A beautiful and heart warming to ur Dad who is an inspiration. Dads are always special. My Dad passed away on June 19, 2007 and ur poem brought me back to those times..I wasn't home and came back to see him one last time.

  20. My bad Swati please skip the last paragraph..i c-p for another blogger post and entire my bad when i c-p the link, didnt realize the last part would appear. So sorry bout it!

  21. Oh πŸ™‚ so you enjoyed his life for a day, eh πŸ˜‰ Lovely write-up, Swathi. I'm sure he would know you more now πŸ˜€

  22. ashok says:

    nice blog…enjoyed the visit Swathi

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