January 6, 2012

When I was reading “34, bubble gums and candies” I noticed that how small small things can be turned into a graceful memory. The author had turned simple pearls into a beautiful necklace. Our life is so puzzled that we ignore the small happy moments, those moments which we used to enjoy when we were kids, roaming in the streets under the open sky, playing the games like hide and seek , stapoo, pakdam-paddai, chain, ludoo etc etc. When we grew some more older we started enjoying games like cricket, badminton, chess etc. That life was so simple with higher dreams. The more older we are growing, we are getting more complex life and curtain to our dreams is falling down. And one day will come when we were waiting for our death and only dream will be ‘some more life’ and that day we will realize, what we have gained and what we have lost and the only thing we will have is useless wasted life. But don’t think so much because you still have time to make a change in yourself  and your environment. You just need to open your mind for the small but happy moments of my life and need to frame those moments in your heart. And the day you will think about those moments, that day will be converted into a smiling day from a sad day.
From that book I also learned  how to get into the minds of your own children and be innocent like them although today’s child is your own father. Children are so smart today, more intelligent, more clever but they don’t know one thing that they will always be lacking in experience from their parents. Children are angels of the God having wings of freedom. Get back those wings and live the life to the fullest. Dance as nobody is watching and sing as nobody is listening even if they are. Its your own life, don’t let it go away for the sake of others. Start collecting the beautiful moments of your life because you will need something to laugh at when you will be old. Grew up to be a child again….

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    Himanshu Grover

    January 11, 2012

    Hmm… I too really think that v hav lost ourselves…


Abhishek Dudeja

Abhishek is the co-author of the Poetry Book "Rousing Cadence" which has been appreciated world wide. He is a graduate of engineering. He is an entrepreneur in motion. He is currently running his business venture "BIZDESIRE".

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