Posted in Morale

A wise advice !

Take a break from your schedule and look around yourself. You’ll end up observing that the people (not all of course) are all ready to pull you down, to criticize you, and to demotivate you.

Everyone wants to win the rat-race no matter how.

Yes competition is good but let’s clarify that “healthy competition is good”. The competition that includes hatred, demotivation, humiliation is not a competition, it’s a war. A war that can be dangerous.


So what to do ?

Help others. Yes that’s the answer, “help others”. Help others because God helps those who help others. And trust me there can be no other wise-advice to achieve the so-called success. Don’t let this unhealthy competition snatch away your morale.

Be an encourager because the world is already full of plenty of critics.

Don’t demotivate and humiliate others but on the contrary help them, to help yourself. When a person pulls someone down he doesn’t realises that he’s hurting himself. He doesn’t accepts that it will certainly cause his self-disrespect. He may not realise it at that moment but it destroys him afterwards.

Which makes more sense ?

And yes I admit that sometimes helping others can trouble you or can interrupt your way but remember the peace you’ll get, the peace you’ll experience after helping the other person, it will make you more happier.

As far as we consider KARMA, it also teaches us that if we’re doing good to others then ultimately the good will happen with us. And so if you do a good deed then I can bet you that God will never ever let anything wrong happen to you. You just need to wait, wait for your turn, wait for “your time”, God has planned something really special for you (touchwood).

Last but not the least with this I would also like to thank for giving this inspirational idea to write about. (Bhai you’re doing a remarkable job). Go and check his blog, he has got some amazing stuff there.

Also with this I hope you all are fine and healthy. Stay home, stay safe and remember help others because because because God helps those who help others.

Keep reading. Keep supporting. See you๐Ÿ™‚.

Posted in Motivation

Moon !

Moon is alone,
but still look at it’s glow.
It teaches us,
to go with the flow.
Teaches us to do a comeback,
no matter if everything gets black.
~Shagun Thakur๐Ÿ’ซ

Eid Mubarak ๐ŸŒ™

Stay home. Stay safe.

Posted in Motivation

Fly high !

Fly high,
until you reach the sky.
Go far,
and pluck the stars.
People will laugh,
and will raise the graph.
They’ll pull you down,
don’t let them snatch your crown.
They’ll demotivate,
they’ll hate.
But don’t you listen,
and go spark your glisten.

~Shagun Thakur๐Ÿ’ซ

Posted in Motivation

You’re still exisiting !

Greetings my amiable readers. Today it’s been 6 wonderful months of writing this blog, writing for such great viewers and readers. I wanna express my gratitude and a big big thank you to everyone who has been reading my blog posts๐Ÿ’Œ.

Back to work “Read that title again”. You’re still existing ! You’re still just existing ?

Life is short, very short to just exist. But even a day is enough to “live”. Feel blessed that you got this opportunity, this opportunity to express, to laugh, to love, to explore, to pray, to fight, and to live.

With every morning comes a new page of your life. A page that is blank. It’s totally in your hand that how you fill up that page. How creative you are in filling that page has a major part in deciding your future. And the best part is that the more interest you’ll take in decorating the canvas of your life the more interesting stories you’ll be able to tell to your coming future generations.

๐Ÿ’ฆDo not just watch the raindrops falling down, learn to feel them.

๐ŸƒDon’t just give out carbon dioxide and take in oxygen, learn to breath the aroma the atmosphere has.

๐Ÿ‘€Don’t just see the world, learn to capture the memories ,not in your phone but in your heart.

๐Ÿšธ Don’t just walk, learn to enjoy every bend that comes throughout your way.

๐Ÿ’ฅDon’t just sit, learn to try everything new that comes to your mind. Do everything that you have or once you had in your bucket list.

๐ŸŒป Don’t look at the 100 reasons to be sad about, learn to experience the 1000 reasons to be happy about.

๐Ÿ’ญDon’t just think, learn to imagine how you’ll celebrate when you’ll have everything once you wished for.

๐ŸŒDon’t just smile, learn to be happy.

โค๏ธDon’t just exist, learn to live. Live the one and only life you have. Live the one and only life you’re blessed with.

And there can be no other ending quote other than the one I personally love the most. “You can’t be old and wise, if you were never young and crazy“.

Mind that !

You’re lucky, you’re lucky my friend that you have this life. And the moment you’ll realise it’s importance trust me you’ll become the luckiest.

So so and so LIVE LAUGH and LOVE.

Stay home and stay safe.

Keep reading. Keep supporting. See you๐Ÿ™‚.

Posted in Awareness

Quaran-tionary !

So my amiable viewers hope you all are fine. So here I am with some specific words that are being used in the present pandemic scenerio. It’s not just to inform you all about them but it’s main motive is to distract our minds from everything going around us and learn something new and something creative.

Underlying are some words that you need to add in your Quarantine-Dictionary .

1. Doomscrolling:- Obsessively scrolling for updates on the pandemic even thought there’s no positive news mentioned.

2. Coronadose:- It refers to overdosing on bad news. (stay away from this one please)

3. Quarantini:- A kind of a drink or cocktail that people consume while they are in quarantine.

4. Covidiot:- Ones who behaves with reckless/careless disregard for the safety of others.

5. Panicdemic:- The result or consequences of doomscrolling or coronadosing.

6. Quarantime:- The slow and unpredictable passage of time passed in isolation.

7. Caremongering:- Spreading love and kindness to help the vulnerable and lonely people.

8. Pandemiquette:- Social etiquette shown during a pandemic (e.g. no handshaking, coughing into the elbow, etc.).

So Stay Home, Stay Safe. Take precautions.

Keep reading. Keep supporting. See you๐Ÿ™‚.

Posted in Travelogue

160 steps to heaven !

๐Ÿ“Kotdwar, Uttarakhand

June,2018 ; There’s always something magical about family trips. And if you’re exploring mountains it emerges as the icing on the cake .

“Heyyyyy mountainssss”- I shouted on top of my voice as we entered Uttarakhand. It wasn’t first time I was visiting Uttarakhand neither it was the first time I was seeing mountains. But my love for mountains is an endless venture and it’s something I can never grow up to be excited for.

So it was a trip to Haridwar, Uttarakhand because my Aunt’s family stays there so we regularly keep visiting them. Soon we reached our destination. And everyone was excited to meet up after a whole year. We the siblings already started planning that what all we’re gonna do and where we’re gonna visit within that week. So randomly someone suggested to visit Shri Sidhbali Temple in Kotdwar city of Uttarakhand.

So the very next day we headed toward our destination. It was around 75 Kms from home. 75 Kms, 9 people, and infinite trip memories.

Kotdwar is a city situated at an altitude of 1,700m above sea level which is surrounded with thick oak and beautiful blue pine forest in the Pauri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand, India. Kotdwar initially originated from word “Khohdwara” meaning the gateway of river Khoh, since it is located on the bank of river Khoh.

A centre of faith and devotion Shri Sidhbali temple have been a place of meditation of many great saints( sidh). The temple is painted in deep orange colour, the favourite colour of Lord Shri Hanuman. The surrounding scenerio and hill forests at the backdrop of temple makes it more attractive for the visitors and tourists.

As we reached the temple ground we were informed that the temple is 160 steps above the ground. So basically we had to climb 160 stairs to reach the main temple. And trust me that experience was magnificent. 160 steps are very easy to climb when you have the best company and that excitement within you. So as we reached at the top. . . . . yes we took that 5 second break to look at that breathtaking view. That whole view was surrounded by river Khoh and it looked like we are sneaking through heaven to look at that particular part of earth.

View from hill-top.
Showing off my photography skills ๐Ÿ˜…

That view had peace in the air. That view had a sparkle of spirituality. And of course that view do gave us all goosebumps. In one word it was panoramic.

So we entered the temple, took blessings of Shri Sidhbali. We also had our lunch there. We were in the temple for about two hours. And that two hours were seriously one of the most peaceful two hours we all experienced. The air, the atmosphere, the mountains around, the birds chirping, the sound of bhajan, everything, literally everything was so calm and quite.

We came down. Then we had “shikanji” a typical Indian drink of lemon and sugar added in water. We also had some local famous food stuff. So while moving back when we looked back at that temple from a certain distance we still had that peace, peace in our soul and in our mind. So this travel story was one of my favourite because of two reasons. Firstly because it included a sense of faith and our spiritual devotion and secondly it included mountains ๐Ÿ˜.

Can you spot the temple ? It’s there the orange one.

Will share some more of my travel stories with you all.Keep reading. Keep supporting. See you๐Ÿ™‚.

And most importantly stay safe and take precautions. We will get through it together very soon.