The phrase “It’s A Dog’s Life” suggests the miserable life that dogs live. From scouting for the next piece of food to fighting other dogs off their territory, it is indeed a tough life. Some people among us also live a tough life with no one to turn to in times of grief?
You are one in a million but you are also a drop in the ocean. Sometimes we feel we have a lot but it turns out it is very little compared to what is needed. Be it positivity, money, good friends, food. On the other hand, there are times even a drop in the ocean counts. Every small effort, every small contribution in the right direction makes a significant difference.
It quenches your thirst, keeps you and your house clean, and is instrumental in bringing food on our table. What would mankind have done without this elixir of life? The one natural resource that covers two-thirds of our planet and makes it habitable.
Humans are the most adaptive species. We adapt when we are removed from the safe confines of our home and put in a school. We adapt when we move cities. Initial teething troubles persist but we adapt to biological, cultural and seasonal changes. Which is a good thing! The problem is when we get comfortable with our surroundings so much that we do not want them to change.
Hello bloggers. As we gear up to celebrate the festival of colours (or hide indoors and save ourselves from over-enthusiastic neighbours), let’s also spend some time doing what we love to do- blogging!
We will give you a reason and a prompt to get started.
“Seize the day, then let it go.” ― Marty Rubin