The other side of life.

As I reflect back over the last few days, I think I’ve noticed enough contrasts to last me for a while. When I realized that there is a place where I can go and do what I was really expected to do, and not feel like I’m doing it for the heck of it (sad that I didn’t do this earlier)..I grabbed the opportunity.
Spending three hours with the children at Disha Foundation taught me volumes about human behaviour, made me see life as radically different from what me or my kins see it as and for the first time ever made me feel truly satisfied for having helped someone else, or having made a small change in someone else’s life.
(Believe me, all that advice I give some of you people, or all those silly passed on assignments that I help people with…is zilch compared to the satisfaction I felt today)
"I shall sing for you tomorrow" said  8 year old Mintu, who promptly answered all questions meant for her neighbours, solved everybody’s problems and showed maximum eagerness to help…
I only wish I was going tomorrow

3 thoughts on “The other side of life.

  1. Hey there!!!!! i know how it feels. everytime i visit Mother Theresas and I am able to help in some way i feel blessed that i can. and that feeling it stays with me the whole week. ………..we are truly blessed in numerous ways and what you are doing is Marvelous . It will only help you grow…………..bettter……

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