We meet different people of varying ages , from different backgrounds and with different characters . They may be financially different from us , some may be difficult to talk to , to be friends with and even may have very different personalities and ideas . We all are taught to be kind , loving and sweet with others .But all have met with people who are so tough outside , very rude and unadjustable. We judge them as ' horrible' and 'shady ' immediately through their words ,or actions , pushing our minds to develop hatred . But , ever thought as to why they are like that or what possibly could have gone wrong in their lives , that may have forced them to act bad and distance themselves from others????!! No one is born good / bad , it's their surroundings or circumstances which make them that way . Experiences play a crucial role in a person's mental state. One bad , sudden traumatic incident can change that person's world upside down , their perspective towards life totally changes!! They are hard outside but soft inside . Inside lies a caring soul , a loving mind which is masked from this world . Rather than eliminating them , we all can unmask the toughness to reveal the inner kindness . A hug ,some attention, making them feel wanted and important , care and love is indeed what they expect. Some time kept aside for them to share their sadness and troubles , helping them open up their minds and just to be there would be enough ! So....let us stop judging and assuming people around , give them their time and space to evolve in comfort and peace . Slowly the world would become a better place to live in .✌️
The Corona virus pandemic has hit us good , slowing down the fast pacing lives of humans. Look at us for instance, locked at home , having to attend virtual classes and maintain social distancing. With a heavy heart, we do miss our friends , delicious restaurant food and movies in theatres. The post Corona virus world would surely be not the same .
One of the major sector affected by this pandemic is the tourist sector.Post pandemic, Ecotourism may develop as it involves not only minimal effect on nature but also limited human contact too. Technological innovations to make travelling safer with cameras set at airports and railways to detect people without face masks , would be effective. Hand sanitizer machines would be setup at every corner , conventional classrooms would be made in such a way that we sit at a distance of one arm from each other , maybe seperated from close ones ! No mass gatherings , no rituals , regulating work places using drones to check further infections.
To conclude , life would be very different. But as told , everything is temporary. For the world to come back to normal , cooperation and willingness to follow the rules of the government is very important. Let us now and forever fight together ,for a disease free , clean and bright universe.
When her father said, "concentrate on studies, not music." She whispered a 'yes' There was a tinge of sadness in her voice A tinge in the voice, a ton in the heart.
When her teacher said, "why don't you just stay at home?!" For scoring less in the exam, she whispered a 'sorry' There was a tinge of sadness in her voice A tinge in the voice, a ton in the heart.
When a 40-year-old lady in the city bus said "It's the way you dress that gives the men the idea to rape" with a cringe, "Right" she whispered There was a tinge of sadness in her voice A tinge in the voice, a ton in the heart.
When a relative of her's said to her mother "Why to bother letting her study MBBS, she's a girl!" She laughed it off, But, there was a tinge of sadness in her voice A tinge in the voice, a ton in the heart.
When her mother said "We all should marry someone at some point of time, and no marriage is a happy marriage" talking about the guy who once bullied her, she whispered an "okay, mom," there was a tinge of sadness in her voice A tinge in the voice, a ton in the heart.
When her mother-in-law yelled, "My son is too good for you, he married you out of pity," she whispered a "sorry, mummy Ji" There was a tinge of sadness in her voice A tinge in the voice, a ton in the heart.
When her husband, after coming home at night, says "Don't bother with dinner, I already had, with my friends," even without asking if she had. Her reply is "Sure" always. There was a tinge of sadness in her voice A tinge in the voice a ton in the heart.
When her girl friend asked, "How are you doing?" "I'm fine, just like you." She replied There was a tinge of sadness in her voice A tinge in the voice a ton in the heart.
You didn't board on the boat Won't realise falling into an abyss Paper facades Dreams dissipated into the thin air You drift into the dark Just to paint it in your hues To get lost through the spaces You wish to be found in.
Muffled chaos Howling echoes One Mississippi Two Mississippi Three Missisi.. You struggle A breath short Choking on the words unsaid Blown wick of will.
23 missed calls Their thoughts Proven abstract Mocked maniac. But Amidst the crowd known There was the one Who lent their ears on the 24th call.
Anguishes heard. Four Mississippi Took too long to follow But because You knew someone was on the other side You decided to reach out to the light. The present materialises.
This reach won't promise you A studded forever But that particular moment You were saved. @k_arathi -------------------------------------------------- It can't be stressed enough on how important it is to talk your heart out with somebody and more importantly to be the listener that the troubled one seeks for. I might not be the best one to preach about how to prevent depression and anxiety from manifesting a being but I know that a burdened heart yearns to share its load, someone to make them feel that they aren't alone. It's the sense of being lost that drives them to not feel the need to be ever found. This state is often a labyrinth, connecting dots from most unrelated places to draw dubious conclusions. Words might fall short and fear of contradiction may loom over but a call for help is the pitstop you'll need. : @writersnetwork@mirakee