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- Did I manage to check every item on my bucket list in the current year ? NO.
- Will I able to do it in the coming days before I bid adieu to this year? No
Then what is the content about? I am alive and kicking, isn’t it something to be happy about? I am healthy and managed to survive this year without any major health issues, isn’t this something to be happy about in the times where every puff of air we breathe is capable of putting us in direct line of fire of dreadful diseases? My family, my near and dear ones are with me when relationships are volatile and vulnerable, isn’t this something I should be happy about? I have a roof over my head and heart free of fear, is there any happiness greater than this?
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I am bound till the time I test the strength of last strand of bond between us. When it gives away I am free.
I am bound till the time my fingers are engulfed by even a single bleak ray of hope. When it is shut down I am free.
I am bound till the time I garner strength to carry on in this lone battle every time I falter. When weakness embraces me I am free.
I am bound till the time I care to repair and iron out the creases from our worn out relationship. When indifference sets in I am free.
I am bound till the time I choose to suffer to make you win in front of the world. When I chose to make my own victory stride I am free.
I am bound till the time I decide……
***This is applicable to everyone who is…
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Originally posted on Candles Online
When we talk about the delicate issue of RELATIONSHIPS our discussions hover around bonds between spouses, friends, lovers, parents, in-laws too. But the most immediate relationship is often given a miss or rarely finds a mention in that list – Neighbours.
I think I don’t have to reiterate the importance of neighbours when there’s a commandment in the Bible itself- Love Thy Neighbour!
Who are Neighbours?Rather who are good neighbours? Or what are default neighbour settings? Door bell rings, ding dong- “Hello can I borrow one cup of sugar? Do you have a glass of milk? We have guests at our home can we send them over? What is your son doing? When is your daughter getting married? Hope we haven’t disturbed you. Hope you were not busy. How dare you let the speck of dust from your…
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