People ask me a question as to how many posts I write in a day. My answer is precisely simple –one post a day for this blog. It is a different matter that I have to attend to my other blogs also numbering 4, active ones out of total 8, both on WordPress and also the blogspot (blogger). I have a frenzy sort of an upsurge in relation to my blogs. They are my wardrobe of thoughts. I relish their look and shape, besides the contents. Spending a thought is actually investing it. One thought of yours forms a cycle overflowing one after the other eliciting an enormous feedback from the learned readers to enrich your strong room (as in banks) located in your brain cell. The thoughts multiply based primarily on the factor as to which type of readership you have. You are known by the company you keep, said Mahatma Gandhi, and this very much holds good for the bloggers too. If your readers consist of intellectuals, you are lucky enough to attract serenely beautiful thoughts on different topics; if they are just fun makers taking every thing lightly blowing them in the wind like dry leaves fluttering freely, it may not contribute sumptuously to boost up necessary thought process. I feel proud of the fact that mine are the readers, most of whom are the intellectuals of first order capable of contributing a lot directed to a healthy thought orientation. This is why I call spending my thoughts sharing it with my readers as investment yielding much enough as a matter of return, and there lies my utmost romance with satiation.