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First Journey of My Life Part- II

It was 9 o’clock when I woke up. The train was parked at a station. But now there was a crowd but not like yesterday. I didn’t even drink water after boarding the train. I was feeling nauseous but was unable to go anywhere.

An old couple were sitting nearby where I was standing. When the train reached Vadodara railway station in the afternoon, the couple offered to sit with them. Many others objected, but they ignored him. I got a seat 14 hours after the starting of trip and I was very relaxed.

The couple asked me to have lunch and drink some water. I could not eat food but still drank some water and fell asleep. I woke up in the evening when the train was at our last stop at Kalyan Junction, Mumbai. All my colleagues gathered there, we were about 40 persons of the same age group. Read More…

Nature is the Beauty of the Great Outdoors

God gave a good planet to live. Where nature beautifies our earth. A combination of mountains, rivers, trees, flowers, fruits and many other things which looks very beautiful.

Nature provides oxygen for us to breathe and food to eat. The most beautiful planet is Earth, which has a clean and beautiful nature full of trees and flowers.

Nature is our best friend, it gives us fruits, flowers, vegetables, air to breathe and more. Nature is the most precious gift from God to us to live our life on earth. There are many animals that provide us with milk, meat, wool etc., which is a part of nature.

Nature is full of diversity, in part it appears white due to snow, elsewhere it appears green due to trees, some part of the earth appears blue due to water bodies and due to some desert of the earth, it appears golden. Read More…

Success by Diligence

Diligence is the key to success. Strong determination and firm intention are necessary for success. Along with this, it is also necessary to have self-sufficiency. It is a precious mantra that never goes empty. Success and failure are like climate, which keeps on coming and going.

But some people work hard but are immersed in despair and frustration, always cursing the problems and destiny. Not once do they think that man’s greatest enemy and all his failures are his own laziness. Such people never succeed and grow.

To aspire to success is a different thing and for that one has to work hard and work hard, become a devoted to work. He gets the pleasure of labor, which performs every work like a festival. The more we labor, the deeper our joy and satisfaction will be drenched. Read More…

When Man Becomes Machine

Machines are incapable of this quality which makes human beings unique and at the same time superior to them. But you might heard a human becomes machine.

He either works on command or like a program. In this case he usually finds him alone. Thus it becomes his habit. He lose his relations in the society. You will find this type of behavior in people who have rules and fixed timings for doing every task every day because they are either afraid to express themselves or they cannot.

Because they got some advice on how to behave in certain situations. Sometimes it is also just easier to not think. Thus they does not live a peaceful life. Read More…

Women, The Foundation of Our Society

Women have to work much harder to make it in this world. Even though a mother has a vital part to play in the child’s life, the men in the family take major decisions

regarding his/her future and that of others in the family. It really pisses me off that women don’t get the same opportunities as men do, or money for that matter. Because let us face it, money gives men the power to run the show. It gives men the power to define our values and to define what’s sexy and what’s feminine and that’s bullshit. At the end of the day, it’s not about equal rights, it’s about how we think.

We have to reshape our own perception of how we view ourselves. We can make our society much better by standing both together. Read More…

Wondering Stormy Night

It was night when I woke up from sleep. It was still raining, it was also necessary to go out. As soon as I was ready to get out of the house, my feet went into the water and somehow I escaped from falling.

Outside was very dark. Very high trees were surrounded all around and seems to be the Angels. High speed wind was blowing. A corridor passed through the trees, but it was not known where it was. If there was a slight noise, then all the body would sweat. There were shivering in the body due to drops of rain and winds.

While leaving the house, he had forgotten to take rain. There was a strange nervousness in my mind. He was regretting his decision. There was neither a population nor any human being visible, where shelter could be taken. The sounds of wild animals were making the atmosphere even more frightening.

My throat was drying up, there was confusion about where to go. The legs were not getting up. The mind was reduced to zero. There was a strange sound in the clump of trees, the right courage also answered. Read More…

Our Yesterday And Today

When there is a transaction of one commodity or service against another, it is called Barter System.

In this system no social unit (currency) was used. Before the emergence of currency, all transactions were in the form of barter. While we think of that time today, we can feel ashamed. But it was easily done at that time. There was a lot of affection in the society. Everyone took care of others.Loyalty, honesty and social values ​​were at the top.

While today we think for that time, we may feel ashamed. But that time it was done with ease. Lots of affection in the society. Everyone takes care of others.  Today, it may seem our society doesn’t practice many values. We have a rise in discrimination, abuse of power, greed, etc. What are we leaving behind for our future generations?

May be it’s time society takes a hard look at its values. Values can be contagious; if you practice them, many others will also, including our children. Hopefully more practice from all of us will leave the world a better place for future generations. Read More…

The Days We lost Part-II

In my family there were my grandfather, three uncles and aunts, besides my parents, four boys and five girls of elder brother of my father, we were four brothers and one sister, and my two uncles had six boys and four girls. There were twenty-nine members in our family.

With the gradual passage of time, the situation of separatism in the family arose due to the small house which my younger uncle started. The house was just an excuse, the younger one was his mindset, especially my aunt, because my uncle was the only source of external income in the house, everyone else did farming.

Whereas today we have four different brothers. Two are in the village, settled in a different city and I separate. My story is very modern. I have two girls and a boy. My elder girl works elsewhere. Where she lives with her mother. I live with a girl and a boy. Perhaps this is called modernism when not only the family, members of the family also live separately. Read More…

The Days We lost Part- 1

What were those days? At night, they used to sit in the courtyard of the house after putting a cot. They used to tell their own things among themselves. Where the fatigue of the day was lost in a moment was not known. There used to be a good gathering, it seemed that some big program was happening.

Children used to play and run among themselves. It seemed like a performance without any expense. Today, even we are spending a lot does not look that amazing. There was no brotherhood like those days. Today moral values ​​have changed, Relationships have changed. Relatives have become guests. The members of the house became relatives. Formalism is left everywhere.

When the whole village was a family. Now the family is not together. What will the children be with grandparents, they do not like to live with their parents. Many of us do not have work, but still we do not have time for others. Today the world has come so close, yet people are far away. Read More…

Tomorrow Never Comes

Years ago a man named “Hathi” was living my neighboring village. He was very strong in physical. There were no public transport that time nor do the people have money to afford. One day “Hathi” went to see some of his relatives around twenty miles away.

While coming back to home he saw a heavy stone used for mixing & grinding home construction material. He planned to carry it to his village. So he lifted it on his shoulder and brought to his village.

Near to his house there was a Panchyat Ghar. Lot of aged people sit there in the evening for “Hooka.” When he was passing through they called him asked for “Hooka.” Saying that he is coming from a long distance and have some water and rest. Tomorrow will place it at the right place.

Hathi urged them to place the stone at the right place but they stopped him doing so. That stone remained there. In 1985 Government launched a scheme to lay down stone in the streets of the villages. Then this stone came in between. No one could remove it even tractor could not drag it. Finally it was broken into parts and removed. Everyone remembered the man who alone brought it from 20 miles away. Read More…