At this juncture, I remember a filmy dialogue "Asmaan me Tare kithne hain?" (This is a code used for challenging an unknown for authentication of identity). The reply code was "Tare sab apne hain". I really enjoyed this star dialogue.
No life without Sun
We enjoyed our childhood very happily. My grandfather used to show us the stars in the sky and used to tell their names also. We used to spend in the open area in the nights for some time and used to observe the stars and moon in the sky. As mentioned by the author we used to try to count the stars in the sky and we used to hold water in the hand when it is raining. When it was raining heavily we used to make paper boats and level them in the water where the stagnation is there.
These issues very common and many children will do these acts during their childhood. But slowly the attitude changes as they grow.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Knowledge is power.
Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.
We ourselves have gone through such experience and they are as vivid today as they were during childhood days. Although a lot if things have changed and I know my next generation won't be able to feel or experience all the things I have experienced. But nature never differentiates, it's us who have created boundaries.
Live before you leave.