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    Don’t leave the ground in the pursuit of flying high

    The child is playing with the kite from the top of the house. The kite is flying high in the air. The kid is holding the thread ( Maanza). He is making the kite go up and further up. He is the happiest kid in the world. All of a sudden the thread got broken. The kite is moving the way wind goes and the boy is not having any control. Any movement it may fell down. The kid is worried.

    Same is true with the life also. As long as you are on the ground whatever heights you go you will be safe. But the moment you leave the ground the collapse is inevitable. This is the fact of life. The movement you start thinking great of your achievement and forget your basics, you will be the sufferer. Keeping fundamentals right is always a must for a better living. One should never forget that whatever may be the heights you fly, a day will come when you have to go down into the earth.

    So we should always try our best to go up in our lives but we should keep in mind where from we have come.


    This is my entry for TOW contest,
  • #646965
    Be always down to earth & follow what is appropriate even if your times move in either ways because one day we would found ourselves beneath this soil. Doesn't matter whether you are a beggar or a king, the final moments of all us would be the same. Good message by the author.

  • #646968
    Good advise from the author, as often in the guise of achieving excellence , we tend to forget the ground realities which has to be faced or we have to face the tune.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #647242
    A very realistic message conveyed by the author with a suitable example. It tells us to be stable and strong with our moorings.


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