A lot of what we feel is linked to what we are thinking about at that point in time. If our minds are full of bitterness and negative thoughts, one can't appreciate the present moment that one is experiencing. But if the mind is a blank slate or "relaxed" would be the right word, one can feel the present.
Gazing upon your majesty for hours, I can feel my face touched by your glimmer. Granting a moment to sit back and admire the glimpse of new love and new smiles.
As you gently kiss the horizon, the day puts up its lustrous cheerful crown. Savour the mornings with fresh dew drops, blooming in the garden ,gracing the eyes flowers rejoice along the new start.
A white star luminates the dark painted sky after thousand soothing dreams re-bloomed in the heart. Dreams unfurled one by one,each touching in within, Like those of golden oblique sun rays ,rising up in the sky.
Clouds shy away from morning sun's splendor, wind greets the wisdom of the mighty king and bees buzzing in ears,came by to sing. The day begins,deserves many toasts Blazing sun welcomes the commoners so shall we enjoy the reign.
Energy assimilates within drives new hopes, rejuvenating the dying souls, calms the roaring silence and pulls closer from half sung melody to a complete whole. In an instant,it weaves a new story In an instant,it shines and rise Sun's glory,golden story.
So just today when I was traveling (which I do a lot these days), I saw a truck loaded with stuff I couldn't really make out and it was lying by the road on its side.
Strangely, it didn't bother me. I just glanced at it like I would at a sunflower in the field, yes I saw sunflowers today morning which made me happy because I've not seen one in a long time.
And then when I started to think why did the truck lying there didn't bother me, the first pop up said it's just another one which in fact is very disturbing because there comes the second pop up that I've seen too many trucks I have seen recently which constitutes to the fact that we have roads which are not developed as a result making travelling unsafe.
We still have overloading of trucks which is driven by an exhausted driver who travels 26 days in a month to earn decent money to feed stomachs at home and push himself that he can do it and can't go back home early to see their eager faces to only disappoint them further for not having returned home with enough money.
And that's when I read a sign which says : sadak pe masti, life nahi hai sasti.