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Old Journalist…

Old Journalist…

Keep traveling… Keep exploring…

Father keeps quiet, he never talks to you about anything, Everyone has feelings for Mother but, fewer feelings for Father

“It’s very easy to be a dad but it’s difficult to be a papa”

Father plans for the future, he has feelings for the family, he cares for the family, thinks about each and every one in the family.This is the Gift to the father.

When I was traveling from Mumbai to Pune in first class Deccan Queen, my Attire was simple as usual.

     Some students were sitting in front of me, They were making fun of me, They were not knowing that I am Educated from Boston, London. After some time I called to steward and ordered some snack, I communicated with him in English as soon as after seeing and listening to me communicating in English they were shocked that my English was more fluent than their English, they came and accepted their mistake and were guilty. When I told them that ‘remember English is a language not a knowledge’ and stop taking money from your parents for your education

   ‘Earn and Learn’. After one month those students came to my place with their self-earned cars.

  I was taking care of my mother even she was in bed for 11 years. My mother once expressed her wish of eating mangoes, in the month of December.I visited many places many fruit dealers only for that one fruit, Finally after a week of searching. I Found Mangoes at the cost of 3000 RS a dozen .the dealer asked me why are you buying this non-seasonal fruit within a second I replied that “My mother wished to eat mangoes.” As soon as I replied him he offered me to take the mangoes free of cost. But I refused to take it free of cost and I paid him the cost of 1100Rs.

My father passed in the war (Indo-Pakistan War)of 1971. I found my father’s cadaver after 1 month.

 My father never earned money for us, he taught us a lesson, and he also told us to be self-dependent and learn the lessons of life all by ourselves. His teachings actually taught us how one should live his/her life.

  If you really want to do something for your father, do it now, do it every day, do it whenever you get a chance, stand beside your father in his hard times.Age doesn’t matter, ask him his problems.Try to keep him happy. If you do this much you will feel the crystal pleasure.

 By the way… All the people here in this ashram are dead, they are only Alive because they are breathing. No one is happy here they just pretend to be happy. there are many serious reasons, for these people are living in this ashram.

Father’s and mother’s days are only emotions be practical with your parents I will say one thing “Don’t forget your parents”.

If you speak sweetly, you can overcome each and every problem you will face.  After now I am going to the Himalayas.

 -Raje shirke

Matoshri Vriddhashram, Karve Nagar, Pune, Maharashtra.

Truth…

Truth...

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 On the way traveling and exploring, we saw this uncle with an Amazing beard with blue shades and unique Dressing style. Simple dressing with Maharashtrian cap, a bag full of Useful and recyclable things. Really he looks very Dashing in this picture, but the real truth and fact behind his looks is a serious truth issue. Rather saying it Black fact of India.
           According to the black fact, Children’s feel a Burden of taking care of their own parents when they Enter into their old age.These same parents did not think of the problems they were going to face while growing up their children.
Same is the case with this uncle.  
Ask yourself some questions, have you ever thought about, what should these old parents do? Where should they go and live? What should they eat?
These parents would never have thought about the work they have started doing, after such cruel behavior of their children.
          So, In present this uncle goes collecting things that are recyclable and some which he can use for himself, from garbage and dumping ground, selling some of the scrap material to the scrap centers to fill up his stomach…                                                                                Age: 66

Exercise…

Exercise...

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I’m conscious about exercise, in my early days  I used to complete eight rounds of the park.According to me, today’s generation should contribute at least 45 mins of their day for exercise.It’s been 20-25 years I’m consistent in my exercise routine, I maintain my diet But, except at the age of 46 I quit doing exercise, I was hit by diabetes. At that moment I was not able to figure out myself the things happening to my health and my life…                                                                                                                                                                       At that same time, I used to work in my sister’s company at Bombay and later on Due to my bad health conditions. It became very Difficult for me to make myself present at work. After all, I recovered in 1 year of my all time lifespan and shifted from Insulin Injections to tablets  In that One year I made one Decision I’ll leave all my Bad habits.

I left smoking and having the beverage & I am Happy with my LIFE now…

(Chandra Shekhar Sakaram Bhosle) -67