Sunday, August 10, 2008
Saturday, August 9, 2008
Tuesday, January 1, 2008
In 2007 we have seen love loosing to hate, peace loosing to violence. We should stop and ponder. Are we going to allow this to continue or we should do something to reverse the trend?
If we want that in year 2008, love should emerge victorious over hate and peace over violence then we need to bring love back in to our lives. My friends wonder where the love has gone. I wonder too. Has love really gone out of our lives or it is still there within our hearts but has been covered by greed which brought hate and violence to the front? Whatever is the situaion we should re-discover love. Without love we cease to be human beings.
Every year people make new resolutions. I also do. Last year I made a resolution to develop positive attitude towards life and people. I succeeded to some extent. I continue with this resolution for year 2008 also.
This year I make a new resolution to bring love back in our lives. Let love be victorious on hate. Let peace be victorious on violence.
I have many wishes too (list is very long. Here are some):
No deaths under blue line buses.
No killings of senior citizens.
No child abuse.
No violence against women.
No road rage.
No police brutality on innocent citizens.
No expolitation of and discrimination against any citizen.
No terror killings.
No photos of ministers on public ads.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL.
Sunday, October 21, 2007
Yesterday Kishu had her birthday. We all wished her happy birthday in the morning. Whole day was full of happy activities.
In the morning we did havan (yagya).
Then all of us went to METRO WALK.
We took many rides. It is a very good place. We enjoyed, enjoyed and enjoyed. Then we went to Nirulas in the mall inside Metro Walk.
We came back home. Kishu did puja.
And then the cake.
Kishu cut the cake. We all ate the cake. Then we had a nice south Indian dinner.
Baar baar din yeh aaye, tum jiyo hazaro saal yeh hai hamaari arzoo. Happy birth day to Kishu. Please bless her.
Tomorrow is Dussehra. We will go my brother-in-law's place. My wife will do Tilak of her brother. We have this tradition in our family. On Vijayadashmi day, sisters put Tilak on their brothers' forehead and tie red thread on their hands.Happy Dussehra to all. Let us celebrate victory of good over evil. Let us drive out evil from our hearts. May God fill our hearts with love, love and love for all.