Reena’s Xploration Challenge #177

Welcome back, folks!

Thanks for the wonderful response to last week’s Xploration Challenge! I made a small booklet from all the contributions, to express my gratitude.

I hope it is downloadable from this space. If it is not, you can write to me at, for a copy.


The visuals from last week are still floating in my eyes. So, I couldn’t think of anything other than a visual prompt for this week.

You are free to choose any one of the two images given below, and create a piece based on it.

You are free to use any medium you like to describe.

There is no restriction on length of the piece. There is no last date either, unless you wish to be featured in the Weekly Wrap. 

Any post that is found to be offensive, vulgar or something that hurts common sensibilities will not be included. This needs to be a safe space.

The format can be fiction, poetry, art, photography, anecdotes, biographical sketches or anything that you can invent.

Create a post on your blog, and copy-paste the link in Comments. In case you are using a pingback, do check back to see if it has worked.

Last, but not least, don’t forget to tag the post “Reena’s Exploration Challenge” for easy location in the blog roll.

I’m not keeping too well, so expect a delay in responses and re-blogs.


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67 thoughts on “Reena’s Xploration Challenge #177

      1. You’re welcome–I pray for all my blog family daily…so I guess you got included even though I didn’t know yet that you’ve been ‘not-fine’ 🙂 Daily prayer covers all the unknowns, and that’s a good thing! 🙂 ❤

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          1. There is an orgaisation in Delhi, India called Human Library. Certain events organised in the mental health space were titled “Living Books”, where coaches and healers were invited as readers. Somehow, the terminology has stuck to me.

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            1. That is wonderful. I have a friend who kind of does the same thing here, dealing mostly with grief and trauma experiences. Aren’t we woman amazing? The things we create together to help ourselves and others. 🙏🏼💙

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