Jul 2, 2011

Are Angels Engaging With Humans on Twitter? Interview with Amit Verma
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Amit Verma

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An interview with the 16 year old author of the popular blog, Modern Life, Amit Verma.
I don’t remember which of Amit Verma’s Modern Life blog posts first caught my attention. What I do remember is that it was inspiring and amazingly insightful and it caused me to want to know more about the writer.

But when I read his “About” page I was blown away. I couldn’t believe a 15 year old kid from India could be so wise and in tune with what’s really important in life.

Amit seemed to truly embody his angelic avatar. I was charmed and I started to retweet his posts. I noticed that lots of other people were retweeting Amit’s posts too. Then I noticed that he made some list of top bloggers (which I can’t seem to find now.) Remarkable, I thought at the time.

Amit friended me on Facebook and would occasionally instant message me to ask me how I was doing and offer a word of support. Even with a slight language barrier and the limitations of online communication, he always managed to convey kindness and compassion.When he asked me to write a guest post for his blog Modern Life, I couldn’t say no.
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