About Henri and this Blog

About this blog

I walked into a mall the other day, and looked up; the ceiling was almost invisible to the naked eye. The hottest sun-rays nor the arrival-of-spring-breeze, nor the romance of autumn were allowed inside! The height of the glass walls ensured that one remained untouched by the other side of life. The bizarre psychology of having glass walls- crystal clear…yet unreal! It was so simple to walk out and buy some sumptuous bhel-poori. This is my voice from the other side of the glass wall.

This blog was featured on “Freshly Pressed” on wordpress.com’s main site on November 15th 2010. It was a great encouragement for me and I am incredibly happy to say that this blog has managed to retain my sanity. Thank you for visiting my blog, look around, leave me some words of encouragement if you’re moved by something I wrote.

About Henri

Henri, is a pseudonym that is more me than what I’d let the world see. Henri is the perfection and imperfection that Ekta can never be or outgrow. Henri is not an escape, rather an inspiration to live and love truly. A strange name, many people tell me. But I love it. What we gift ourselves remains priceless. I gifted myself an identity that sets me free.

Woman, writer, social worker, spiritualist, friend, lazy, happy-go-lucky, passionate, beautiful, evolving, nurturing, dreamer, moody, crazy, wild, pragmatic, tolerant, broad minded, daughter, child, caring, helpful, contradiction, mystery, buddy, tom boy, feminine, goofy: I AM

10 Responses “About Henri and this Blog” →
  1. Came across your space here on random. You have a charming voice in your writing. I, too, have a pseudonym in which I see the world. 🙂

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  2. I loved reading about you and also what you write about. Keep going.

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  3. Hi,

    So good to get to read your thoughts, your voice. I can almost see that little girl that you are in your last post, enjoyed it, smiled….and then I read About Henri, and thought, “Hey, I found me!” 🙂

    Keep writing…Cheers!

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  4. i lyked ur way of writing…gr88…keep writing..!!

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  5. I stumbled on this blog when it was featured on freshly pressed, and I am glad it happened. You really have something special here; you may say you have no illusions about writing prowess, but there is no mistaking that you have a powerful, understated voice. Beautiful.

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  6. Hi! I’ve been subscribed for a while, but haven’t commented. I really enjoy your writing, your perspective, your voice. Thank you for sharing it. Looking forward to more of your insightful + gentle musings…

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  7. I just came across your blog today and I really find it inspiring. I sort of see my present self in the many situations you write about; and I am really encouraged to keep moving forward and find the little good things in everyday that make life meaningful! Thank you~! 😀

    best, your new fan

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  8. Hi Trisha,

    Wow…so many encouraging words! It was really nice to wake up to this today! I am so glad you like my blog. Please do keep in touch and keep reading. If you have a blog, please forward me the link 🙂 Thanks once again for taking the time out to read!

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  9. Hi Henri! I just read your post on Learnings of a consultant’s wife and absolutely loved it! I have recently (not so recent- long story here) become one and am in pretty much a similar situation as you probably were when you decided to go back to school. I would like to get your thoughts on some questions that I am trying to figure out for myself. Would you have an email I can speak to you at? I am also now going to proceed to read the rest of the blog- looks very interesting and i love your writing style. 🙂

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  10. You sound just my type of blogger. Will get to know you better shortly. Thanks for following my blog.

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