When children are born everybody laughs and they cry. All the family members, relatives, friends, neighbors come to see them. Everyone starts teaching them their own wisdom. Say mama papa, uncle aunty, chacha chachi etc. and goes on. Gradually and slowly they learn lot of things from the family, friends, society, school, college, colleagues etc. As they grow older then they decide and realize what is right and wrong for them. To achieve their ambition in life they do the hard work, put all energy to improve self awareness, self knowledge, build their own identity, develop their strengths and talents, improve wealth, improve self potential, enhance their life style, fulfill self aspirations, as they think of their ambitions only and are disconnected with the world. Now compare this human with the nature. If plants, trees and animals start thinking only for them and stop giving us the fruits, oxygen, vegetables, milk etc. then this human life would almost come to an end. Now give a pause and think about your contribution and others contribution in your life whatever you are today. Think of the contribution of that warden who picked up your first shit when you were born, nurse who changed your dippers several times in a day, doctor who brought you in this world safely, teacher who held your hand and made you write ABCD, bus driver who drove you to school every day, your friends, parents, grandparents, spouse, brothers, sisters, relatives, neighbors, colleagues, social people, employees, employer, astrologer and many others who helped you to achieve what you are today. If we measure your contribution would be just 20% and others would be more than 80% in your life. How much we care for them, do we have time, is it enough, ask yourself?
This beautiful earth, blue skies, eternal mountains, lush forests, quiet streams, starry nights and wondrous animals are all yours. This is your world. Do you feel it? It is your world...
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