“Uns” is a collection of author’s poems and writings exploring the miracle potion- Love, and an attempt to bring out its distilled form.
The author has taken a deep dive into this emotion discovering and rediscovering the secrets to unveil the true power of Love.
The writings to come are her reflections on:
The Pillars of love – Acceptance, Compassion, Trust,
The Power of love – both when it succeeds and when it fails
The Purpose of love – re-emphasizing that love is not about possession.
It is a compassionate energy that crosses all bars of distance and time, and touches the one you love in ways never understood but just felt.
So come, Lets fall in Love with Love!
Born in the temple city of Ujjain, MP, India, Drishti Bablani is a Singaporean who has her roots from Adipur, Kutch, Gujarat, India. Her keen interest in Poetry was planted at her alma mater Mount Carmel High School.
Armed with a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Instrumentation and Control (L.D.Engineering, Ahmedabad) and a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from TIMS, she today is a successful Banking IT professional.
She has worked for various corporate houses like American Express, IBM, JP Morgan, ANZ.
An avid reader, a lover of words, a behavioral psychology enthusiast and an expressive writer– Drishti is a strong believer in the immense power a beautifully crafted stream of words carry, and how these words can influence thought.
With this knowledge and an intention to spread the message of love, she created www.wordions.com to present her writings to the world primarily themed on Love, Self-awareness and Self-Improvement. She currently has about 70,000 facebook followers.
A gifted empath, an intuitive feeler, and a firm believer in the Power of Love, Drishti goes to say that “Only love can cure bitter hearts” and hence the growing chaos in the world. Her natural disposition towards writing stems from her keen observation and an introspective viewpoint towards life which reflects in her debut Love Quotes and Poetry Book ‘Uns’.
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