Whenever I see back in my life, all I see is how much I lose, for what? Nothing and although knowing this, still I am going on the same path, because this is life. Either walk or crawl you have to move forward with time. Anothervise all you will have is burden of regret and moments you lose. Life decide the game and we don’t have a choice except to play it.
Moments, it’s the word that we always have. Bad or Good moments are ‘moments’. Some of these moments touched your heart a lot. So here I want to share some of mine.
1. ‘He didn’t speak’
I was crossing the road outside the hamirpur bus-stand. It’s always been mess there. So bunch of small children’s were crossing the road. My attention caught by one of them, he was little afraid. I pull him close and said, “Don’t worry I will help you cdark_ankirossing the road.” He didn’t say a thing. I could sense his fear, so I put my hand on his shoulder, and help him crossing the road. I tried to start a conversation but he didn’t reply. And then his friend said, “He can’t speak.”
2. ‘They weren’t afraid’
I was going back to college in bus. Two children (brother and sister) were sitting on the seat and I was standing alongside. Conductor came asking for fare. They gave him ₹5. The conductor get shocked and told them that’s the fare is ₹30. But they were small cute school students, so he just asked for ₹10 more. They searched their respective bags found nothing. A cute girl was sitting behind watching the whole scene with me. As I put my hand on purse and there she gave ₹10 to those children. While this, one of them (children specially the girl) find out ₹10. And they return the money of girl sitting behind. In this whole scene they were not afraid a bit.
And the last moment is the one that I get chance to capture. Me and my friends, were at bus-stand waiting for one of our friend. We saw the puppy, he was licking the plastic; so hungry. We brought a packet and gave each biscuit to the puppy one by one.
“Not each moment is meant to capture by camera. Some are meant to written or hidden beneath the writer’s pen.”