Happy Children’s day: Passion lies in the childish version of humans

It’s in the childish version of you, where lives your passion. Go find it. Keep the child in you alive, so that you can keep your passion alive.

So on today’s date,14th November, India celebrates every year in her history as the CHILDREN’S DAY. This is celebrated in the remembrance of Sir Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who was very much fond of children, as it is his birthday today. Wishing all the children a very happy children’s day and others a very happy Children’s day to the child in them.

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So let’s celebrate Children’s day this time by not SELLebrating our educational system like our deMOCKracy. Let’s make our education system better. Education is the information that is been fed into the empty neurons of chidrens, what’s the use of feeding data which comes under the category of junk files?!

Let’s feed data by the means of our education which becomes a search engine in the brains of children, so that they can find their passion by the help of that search engine. Because it’s only the passion of today’s children will drive the wheels of tomorrow’s world. Why to commercialize the educational system today at the cost of passion-less tomorrow?! Think.

Children are made to carry heavy 30-40 books bags every day to schools. They are unaware that the educational system is trying to make them habituated with carrying burden. Books in bag are heavy, but not the knowledge in those books. Because knowledge is never heavy, it is like air. We should not make them carry books in bag, we should make them carry information and knowledge in their brains. Not by making them mug up the syllabus of books, but by making them aware of the importance of the subject which they are taught and by making them ethically moral. With which they can take a decision of what is right and what is not at the critical time in their life. Let them enjoy these beautiful moments of life now. Don’t be the rain in their life, be the sunshine in their life. Be the rays.

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Saying Quotes

Children should not be taught to compete, instead they should be taught to become complete.
Children doesn’t need race to become complete, they need rays of knowledge to become complete.
Knowledge doesn’t come by carrying books in bag, it comes by carrying passion in our soul.

Wishing all the souls a very happy children’s day. Because our soul will always be childish only our bodies become older. Keep that child alive. Keep the passion alive.

Happy children’s day. Have a great weekend. Thanks for reading.

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69th INDIApendence de – Celebrating 68 years of Freedom

Independence is not for a country, it is for her citizens. Independence is not for bodies, it is for the soul.

India got independence from British rule on 15th August 1947. Lot of sacrifices, Marches and revolutions were the cause so that we got independence as an effect. Being the largest democratic country and which believes in unity in diversity, India is known for not to wage a war on any other country throughout its history.

So today on 15th August 2015, let’s celebrate the joy of freedom, the bliss of being independent, the pride of being an Indian. But not to forget that we all are global citizens undivided by any border. We all are images of one worldly soul. We all are the pieces of one mother soul living in order to achieve peace. So, if we divide a place by country, we are dividing a part of ourself without which we are incomplete. Each piece obtain its independence on its own in order to become fit for the perplexing puzzle of life. India, one of the pieces of Soul, got  independence on this date. Freedom which is for the Indians, of the Indians and by the Indians.

Independence is the freedom from being divided. Saluting to all the brave and kind souls which sacrificed their existence in order to make us feel the existence of being Indpendent.

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Asaan nahi tha azaadi ka ye safar,
Hazaaro ki qurbaani ka hai ye asar,
Aaj bhi hote hai log suffer, aata hai kya tumhe nazar?
Housla do unhe iss tarah, that they will feel better,
Kuch aisa karo ki vo kare apne aap pe fakar,
Mann ki azaadi ke liye, don’t let your dreams buffer.

Translation:
It was not easy, the journey of independence,
This is the effect of sacrifices of thousands,
Even today lot of them suffer,
Do something for them that they will feel better and proud of themselves,
In order to free your soul, don’t let your dreams buffer.

Thanks for reading. Jai Hind.