Writing Is Passion, You May Not Be Able to Earn Much but Its Soul Journey - Manjit Sargam Chawla

Manjit Sargam Chawla

Writing is passion, you may not be able to earn much but its soul journey, and keep moving.

1. Tell us more about your background and journey.

I brought up in a religious family and that’s why I had a good insight about religions and spirituality. Got married in the age of 19, but never stopped studying, privileged by a specially-abled girl child and got a chance to serve her, and a naughty son.

Support of my husband to live my life on my own terms is remarkable.

2. When did you decide you wanted to be a writer?

I wanted to share my life wisdom from many many years ago but in 2016, I met an accident and I get spared time to write and then I share my wisdom and spiritual journey.

3. Is it a financially stable career?

I tried to help people with self-help books, spend more than any earning so that people read this wisdom and maybe my writings become helpful for them.

So I never think of earning from books and also I not even profitize the book sales.

4. Who is your favourite writer and why?

Definitely Dr Joseph Murphy with his simple and deep context clearing power and Sir Paulo Coehlo with his beautiful page-turner stories.

5. Where does your inspiration lie?

My own Life Painful Experiences.

6. What does your typical day look like?

Early Morning Yoga, Managing Kids for their Schools then an hour for Writing and Meditation, after that Food preparation and then rushed towards Bank, Again in Bank, obviously we can’t able to see the timings due to heavy rush. 

In the Evening 6 or 7, have tea with my daughter, meditate again for half an hour and then again Food preparation and having dinner with the family is the most typical day.

7. What piece of advice would you like to give to future aspiring writers?

Writing is passion, you may not be able to earn much but its soul journey, and keep moving.

8. Which is your favourite book and why?  

My Favourite Book is The Power of Subconscious Mind by Dr Joseph Murphy, It’s my favourite because when I read it, I feel all that which is written in this book I already experienced in my life earlier. 

- Manjit Sargam Chawla (Writer)

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