“Love is the absence of judgement.” –Dalai Lama XIV
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And yes thank you again!
Because simplicity is beauty for me.
Enjoying the dance.
Turning the pages of the newspapers I only see advertisements of the ‘Puja sale’ ‘Diwali sale’ or some other kind of sale going in the shops and online websites, it is then when somehow this irony struck on me. On page 4 I read an article named, “Minor girl kidnapped by classmate, raped for three days.” While just on the next page there was an advertisement for ‘Durga pooja’ saying, “Instead of searching for her in an idol, find her in your life.”
We human beings are so cryptic, we pray to an idol with all our heart while a girl is faced with such inhuman conduct, goes through such humiliation that she herself is reduced to such a state of a cold heartedness.
Just warming up 😉
Gujarati folks enjoying the Dandiya night.
Wishing you all a great Navratri and Durga Puja ahead.
“You cannot protect yourself from sadness without protecting yourself from happiness.” –Jonathan Safran Foer
I kept staring at him, smiling and listening. I had nothing to say but I had everything to hear. We sat there for more than four hours and talked about things we hadn’t discussed ever. Cups of coffee entered and exited but the smile on my face didn’t.
I was elated.
He had no idea.
I completely forgot that the most significant test of my life awaited me the next morning.
Suddenly a smile on his face was more important than good marks and a better job.
PS: While writing the exam I could only laugh at my own stupidity.