From the heart


Three simple words which can work miracles in our life but only if we understand them well and practice on a daily basis. It is truly said that when you give LOVE and CARE, RESPECT is earned automatically and KINDNESS comes in as a BONUS. Believe me this calculation can really work well in all ages, races, religions and nationalities and we make it a practice then it automatically fits into our nature and character soon.

The world can be more and more beautiful if we all can follow this simple formula in our daily life, as LOVE, CARE and RESPECT is right of all. Nowadays somewhere we have forgotten to take these simple things in action and that is the reason our lives are moving towards a life without meaning.

We people have become so busy earning our livelihood that we even somewhere knowingly and unknowingly forgotten to perform the simplest things in our life i.e. LOVE, CARE & RESPECT and then we keep complaining that we don’t have time for many small things which is a MYTH. Everyone is gifted with the same 24 hours a day and it depends on us how we utilize it to maximum productiveness. To be honest it takes no time to value these small things in life. We search for happiness everywhere but we don’t realise it is within us and can be experienced by expressing very small actions everyday.

After a long time and after many thoughts, I decided to write on this topic as we all know this is the need of the time. We all have suffered in some or other way during this pandemic and on the other hand we have also learned a lot about how life can take 360O turn anytime. People lost life, lost families, lost jobs and lost much more which can never be replaced with anything else but a gesture of LOVE, CARE and RESPECT can at least bring a difference. “To make a difference in someone’s life, we don’t have to be brilliant, rich, beautiful, or perfect. We just have to care enough and be there.” I know many who have extended supporting hands to people out there in need which is a tremendous act of KINDNESS during such a messy time. But we have to make sure such gestures are made often and cultivated in generations to come, that’s how we have made this world a beautiful place to live in.

I end my write-up here with the hope that my grandchildren can see a more beautiful world than mine 🙂

“In this life we cannot always do great things. But we can do small things with great love.” Mother Teresa

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