Blessings of elders pacifies the mindSocieties have changed, people have changed, generations have changed, centuries have changed, almost everything has changed but the charm of getting blessed by an elder is still the same.
Talking about past or present, every younger child or brother- sister still bows down in front of his elders. This bowing down may be voluntary or involuntary but the desire to receive a blessing still is always a reflex action of mind.
After observing many kids I found that a child won't lift his head up, once he bows down in front of his elders, until he is being blessed by the wish he actually wants the person to bless him. And this behavior of a child isn't because he wants everyone to notice his culture or etiquettes rather it's because he still believes that the blessings are always powerful.
This displays an extremely outstanding belief of our younger generations. The fact is that however intensely the western culture is trying to influence our lives, our Indian culture and its morals AMD etiquettes are still immersed deeply somewhere in our hearts and minds and they always pacify us internally.
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