Tuesday, June 8, 2010

After some very hectic time,sunday was a day worth celebrating.Weather was terrific for a shaurashtra morning-Black clouds hovering overhead, sun playing playing hide and seek, a nice buzzy breeze blowing. We decided that it's time we wash some of our sins and go to mandir.The 'paapi' that i am,even God hated me to be there.As soon as we sat on the bikes,the wind started changing colors and in no times we realised it's gonna rain!!
But today there was no stopping us.My room mate asked,"if we should go?".To it, i just asked , you wd be able to manage the bike. He said yes and there was no looking back.

Riding some 80 kms this day, we went to temple,museum and mall...the three might seem different but this is how we young indians are-traditional ,ancient yet eager to accept change.

We were soaked and dried almost 10 times but when i slept it somehow seemed the best day after a very very long time..following is the detail---

** We started riding by the sea...and the wind kept us reminding us it's all powerful existence..but after 20 minutes of painful ride we managed to get into city...went to mandir...don't rly remember the last time i'd been there...
and after that...a museum..where we got to see lot of weapons..and to tell you it was a ranjitsinh's palace..must watch for every cricket fanatic...after that navigating through almost unknown paths , leaving city..we went ahead only to be soaked by rain almost 10 times..slept through rajniti..played bowling,cricket...had delicious meals by roadside dhaba....by the end we were tired but the happiest day in jamnagar
It's great to see very welcoming blogs on the page. One was sachin's and the other's poly.I just realised the love birds are fueled and fired. Espescially sachin is pondering and it's worth.When i talk about problems,there are always solutions.And i have a strong belief that the solution to everything lies in just one thing-education. Not the education that teaches you to build rockets,missiles,guns.The education that morally empowers you towards the constructive growth of the society.
Times have changed and at times i repent on the choice of my career.I had a chance meeting with the founder of Western Buddhist order and when he was leaving,he just said,i am not convinced with the choice of your career. He asked me to meet him in case i make it to london sometime.That seems bleak but nevertheless i realized during the talks that was worth it's mettle.
But friends,i said this to poly, that we are too young to understand lot of dynamics and we need to put up some good time in our careers , learning different trades of the game before we actually get into something that would help bring in change.
I just have one dream,and that is to see this country be one of the most educated and least corrupt of the countries.And the right way about is entrpreneurship...may be social entrepreneur..i just hope some day, i be able to light the fire in me again for the cause.....
we have a responsibility towards the people if not the nation...

**I am sorry for the unorganised write -up..but this is all i can come up

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