My life revolves around my beautiful and supportive family and University of Delhi where I am pursuing my Ph.D. My mother is my biggest support to let me do what I want, who taught me to have faith and trust in God, never lose faith and never lose hope!
Every day I wake up with mummy voice which is very particular just like alarm clock and telling me when to get off the bed and get ready for the Department. Everyday I follow the same schedule going to the Department, working in the Lab and returning back home after completing lab work. Today when I am going to the department I am asking myself. That life is so boring, I cannot see anything beautiful in this day, feeling little bit hopeless. Moments come in everyone’s life when daily schedule/work looks quite boring and you start complaining. And suddenly something happens which made me trust that life is beautiful and enjoy each day to the fullest and always feel blessed for what you have and never lose trust and faith in God. Since your desire can never be satisfied and you always want more and more. But when you realize that you have enough then you start valuing your life more.
While traveling in metro with little bit annoyed. I am observing the girl sitting next to me and also listen her telephonic conversation with her friend. The girl who is sitting next to me is blind. But the spirit towards life is amazing.
Part of Conservation I liked the most:
“I asked for strength and God gave me difficulties in my life. God makes me strong. I asked for courage and God gave me danger to overcome. I asked for love and God gave me people who help me. I received nothing I wanted, but I received everything I needed. God is with me and always helped me. Thank you God!”
After listening such an inspiring words I felt that life is beautiful and we should always respect what we have rather than complaining what we don’t have.
At the end I would like to share one quote by the Dalai Lama
“If you realize that you have enough, you are truly rich”
“When you are discontent, you always want more, more, more. Your desire can never be satisfied. But when you practice contentment, you can say to yourself, ‘Oh yes – I already have everything that I really need.”