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  • Hope is there in life for a good happy future but we must make honest efforts to make it happen.

    Like another year 2011 crosses over .The world celebrates by fireworks, songs , music and dances, distributing fun laughter and joy, maybe somewhere food and sweets are given away in happiness. What are we really celebrating? what do we plan to do? how much good would we bring into the world? how many people will be happy content and satisfied?
    promises by public leaders, hopes for a change, looking up to the sky but feeling the biter cold…
    The political speaker shouted at the top of his voice on the tv addressing not so huge a rally in a stadium, compared to some other gatherings recently held.It has become a way to judge a leader by the number of people he manages to gather and force them to listen to all his plans of the uncertain future. It is a world of hope that survives, a mind mature enough to see the right lawful path, to follow the ordained, to believe in the Truth and above all to act upon it…The lonesome thoughtful bird perches on the top , as the sun goes down or more so the Earth turns more, as we humans celebrate cry moan complain and kill , it watches and is hopeful to find thrown away crumbs and a few drops of water…

    there is providence in the perching of the sparrow…there is good…there is happiness…there is more than we are grateful for….there is work to do…see how the bird sits quietly and observes…it gives the sign of patience and courage to reach the top and we need to think and follow Natures Guidance for our betterment.
    More in life , more color more luck, it is there waiting to be discovered…to celebrate a new effort towards the good of all humanity
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