My dear brothers, sisters and friends,
A good week just passed by us and I am looking forward to another good week. Isn’t that the beauty of being alive? Whatever happens, we can look forward to something more every single day we are alive. Life gives us second chance every day and it is up to us to take it. I have stopped complaining and have embraced life with all its glory. I hope you too have done the same. It is a good feeling to be positive. That said, let us take a stroll and visit the events and emotions of the week.
Brothers & Sisters Day [May 2]
God felt that some of us need that extra care. He thought of being with you and around you all the time, but He is as busy as He can be. That’s why He gave us siblings –brothers and sisters. They are His form and therefore, they don’t judge, but just be. They care and never expect anything in return. They are the ones who will shed a tear if sadness befalls you, but they will stand by you even if you commit a sin. They may reprimand you, but they will be the ones who will stand in front of you, defending you.
Such a beautiful relationship should be given its due even in this fast paced world. Nothing is more important that a sibling relationship. Today is as good a time as any to appreciate what they are to you. Wish them well with our cards on this day.
Naked Day [May 4]
There is something about the bathtub and there are kinky thoughts to inspirational thoughts that come out of it. Frankly, when you are with your beloved on this day in the tub, that’s an amazing feeling for sure, but even when you are alone and pondering over issues, it is a good place to be.
I believe when we go naked and let the sun beat us with its rays on the beach, we become one with nature and there is a feeling of exhilaration.
There is something about being naked – it is romantic and at times, it is the closest one can be with nature.
There are things that we do that will make us ashamed of ourselves. Even in those moments, family doesn’t mind. It looks at us as a part of its own and doesn’t give into dissecting, but just patiently being there. It doesn’t always preach, but it knows what will work best for you. If only you would ask. Most of us share our grievances with a stranger-psychiatrist, but not with the family who knows us better than anybody else.
We discriminate our own. That is our problem. We pay and open up with strangers, but not with our own blood.
Maybe we should.
It is time to talk. Do not bottle up your feelings. If you see something wrong, speak up. If you hear something wrong, speak up. If you feel something is wrong with someone or society as a whole, speak up. Or at least write up. Do something. Don’t be a passerby. Don’t be just an observer. Don’t just be. You owe your birthplace something.
You owe your education something. You owe your teachers something.
It is time you pointed out the flaws you noticed. Maybe someone or everyone will work towards straightening those flaws. You wouldn’t know if they would until you speak up.