Tuesday, October 11, 2005

A Line on the Shattered Ground

Weird are the ways of the world... as if the shadow of death already biting away into the rays of hope in the lives of poor Kashmiris caught between the wheels of strategic avocations and political chores was not enough, the earth shook... taking away ground from under the feet.

And whatever remained still hangs in balance tilted sometimes by humane cries for help from the other side of the line, otherwise by staunchly poised armies not willing to trust the relief from the other side.

All because the self-proclaimed representatives of the two communities chose the path of divorce, preferred reticence of communities to amity, and drew the line on the ground.

Would life ever be same again?

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Dreams Never Die

Maybe it sounds a bit philosophical and even artificial from a guy who normally sounds much different. But the difference is also a manifestation of the dream he dreamt long ago.

The soar of the mind preceeds that of people. Dare to dream higher and higher. And work for them. Because the day you get them, You would say thanks to yourself. The most satisfied of all human beings is the warrior who lies exhausted in the battlefield, VICTORIOUS.

And the day your dream lies shattered beside you, have the courage to keep your chin up and spirits high. For Dreams never Die. Niether do Dreamers.