The happiest was the younger brat, for not only had his elder brother got admission to his chosen college, but we were also a ‘full family’ after having been separated for the whole day!
In the rose patches were tiny tight buds and bits of bright colour trying to burst through them.
There is beauty in every human being. Can’t we just bring it out by being good, honest, compassionate and pleasant?
The boy had learnt his lesson in compassion from two mice – one a big field rat in a trap and one a tiny dead mouse.
A pencil extender from my childhood set this post off.
A genuine, spontaneous smile can brighten up the day for the paper boy; the woman who collects garbage every morning; the man who serves you at the tea stall in the bus stop…..Even if they are feeling grumpy and they don’t smile back, it would make them feel good. Go on try it. It is FREE!
I think that when we look at something as the best thing that could have happened even when it is not, we actually try and find something good in it.
Though I had lived in cities with some beautiful rivers, it wasn’t till I set my eyes on the Ganga that I fell in love with a river for the first time in my life.
Ever wondered how The Iron Man of India was as a schoolboy? A birth Anniversary tribute to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel who was born on 31 October 1875.