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My Featured Blogger this week is Riddhi Chitalia, who goes by the byname of “Arsee” (get it?). Indian-born blogger Arsee describes herself as “a Jane Austen girl in a Christopher Nolan world. hufflepuff. writer. storyteller. seeker. loner. nomad with no destination.” It’s easy to gather that she’s a poet, as well (and a very good one, too). But Arsee posts all too infrequently. Let’s see if we can inspire her to show up again soon!
“There was a time when people used to line up for your advice, i don’t see anyone now?” she asked her teacher.
“When i gave advice i wasn’t wise. When i turned wise, i stopped giving advice.” the teacher answered with a grin.
“Can you please elaborate?” she knew something astute was coming her way.
The teacher shook his head, “When i grew wise i realized, people ask for advice but never follow it. In the end people do what they want. The only advice they follow is a teacher called experience. Experience is the biggest and only teacher.