You already have lost the battle because you lost hope!
A flower reminds you that however small life span you can always hope delivering joy and bringing smile on others face however broken you are inside!!
You are always dangerous inside the cage or outside that…all you know is you are a lion in any circumstance you just need to roar and get it going day by day!
Sky is your limit, you just have to remind yourself that nothing can stop you from achieving anything all you need is hope,determination and huge dreams!
When world is against you, theres a ray of hope and that’s your hugging you and telling you everything is going to be alright!
Theres always a ray of hope! Hope will get you going…may that be biggest problem of your life or however down someone puts you…you are stronger than you ever know!
In tough times, laugh like a kid, play like a kid and let go like a kid.. The innocence is something that will help you through life sometimes!
Greatest example of preserving hope are the warkaris travelling to religious destinations during palkhis and able to do that hoping to find peace through it.
They give us immense hope to wake up next day and be grateful to the food we get.
One thing that we have to preserve is to hope that something good is going to happen and get through journey called hope.
We are meant to celebrate the uniqueness we have because we Indians are too proud of certain things but are we proud of small things we have?
We are a population of different castes, interests, religion, opinions and still we manage to celebrate EID, DIWALI and every possible festival we can!! We have no barriers when it comes to celebrate India win over Pak!!
Our huge population doesn’t stop us from being ranked in one of the developing countries because we have an undying spirit whether it comes to working 9 to 7 or dancing on zingaat!
We have got Indian jugaads!! Even our gully cricket is next to national sport! And going home after our batting is over is also a next jugaad to save time! We even have our own jugaads at home… remember the tap that you fixed with a cloth last time?
We display our art everywhere may that be in oscars or walls our public places…We have got enthusiastic artists!! And also we have got people who still think with their heart and sometimes use brain… Remember your Mom predicting the story of next daily soap?? Ohh not that! I am talking about Indians reaching International level with their intellect!
We are unique in our way!! The mutual thing we have is respect for our country and we are worshipers of our own work!
Our farmers are our heroes who work really hard to feed such a huge population. We are primarily dependent on our farmers, our festivals are also based on our agricultural products and we worship food. We surely owe it to our farmers who have responsibility to feed such a huge population.
Our developing IT sector is the next destination along with developing cities but one thing remains common is sense of belonging! You would find Indians dancing on streets even out of our country when we win a cricket match!! Every fan DIL SE INDIAN!
We have stored unique knowledge from our generations may that be yoga, grandmothers recipes and mythological stories! Remember drinking that distasteful kadha when you were sick???
We have got gossip in our genes!! But that helps us in someway!! Atleast during this lockdown … Remember your mom asking your masi about the realtive that don’t even exist for you!!
Kyuki humare mohalle mein chand rehta hai!!! On a serious note we not just have families at our home but whole society is our family, remember neighbour Aunty complain about you to your mom??? They treat you just like your child!
There are still many areas where India needs to work on but we have never ending spirit to lift our country up, may that be through small steps or some major steps by the government.
But there’s always a Ray of hope and we have got millions of hopes to take India to developed country from a developing country!!We will make it there one day because we have got some serious talent!
Photos: Darshan Shah