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A LESSON TO LEARN

*Takecare of them like a child like they took care of you in your childhood*

A lovely story I enjoyed reading:

*"Amma, I am going to the Mall along with my wife and daughter. Please take care of the house."*

*"OK son. You go ahead. Already my legs are aching. I am not interested in coming to the mall. You go ahead."*

*"Grandma, you should also come"* insisted the grand daughter ...

*"Grandma cannot climb all those steps in the mall. She does not know how to use the escalator.* As there are no temples there, Grandma will not be interested. She is interested only in going to temples," said the daughter in law.

Though Grandma nodded in agreement the grand daughter was adamant. She refused to come to the mall if Grandma was not coming. *Though Grandma repeated that she was not interested, she could not stand her ground against her dear ten year old granddaughter.* She agreed to accompany them.

The granddaughter was very happy. Father asked everyone to get dressed up. *Before her parents could get ready, the oldest and the youngest were ready.*

The youngster took her grandma to the front room. *She drew two parallel lines, a foot apart. She told her grandmother that it was a game and the old lady had to pretend that she was a crane (the bird).*
She had to keep one leg within the lines and raise the other leg by three inches.

" What is this my dear?" asked Grandma...
*" This is the Crane game Grandma. I will show you how to play."*

Both of them played a few times before the father could bring the car.... *Grandma became adept in the game.*

They reached the mall and when they reached the escalator, the father and mother were wondering how the elderly lady would master that. *The granddaughter took Grandma near the escalator and asked her to play the Crane game.* Grandma raised her right foot and kept it on one of the moving steps and raised her left leg by three inches and could easily reach the next moving step. This way, *she effortlessly used the escalator to reach the higher level, to the wonder of her son and daughter in law.* With her successful debut, Grandma and the grand daughter moved up and down several times on the escalator and were enjoying the fun.

They then went to the theatre to see a movie. As it was cold inside, granddaughter took out a shawl from her bag and covered the old lady, with a mischievous smile. She had come prepared for this! After the movie, they went to a restaurant. When the son asked his mother what to order, his *daughter took away the menu and thrust it in the hands of Grandma.*

*"You know how to read; better go through the menu and order whatever you want."* Grandma decided the items to be eaten.

Before leaving for home, Grandma went to use the toilet. Using that occasion, *the father asked his daughter how she knew so much about his mother which as a son, he was not aware of.*

Prompt came the response: *"Dad, when a young child is brought out of the home, you make so many preparations - milk bottles, diapers, wipes etc. Your mother would have done all these things for you. Why not show the same consideration for your mother?* Why did you presume that the elderly would be interested only in temples. They also have normal desires like going out and enjoying all the fun. Since they do not openly express it, we have to coax them to speak up."

*The father was speechless.* However he was happy to learn a new lesson from his ten year old daughter...
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*Strange but true !!!!*

1 - Inspite of so many colours - White is considered Class.
2 - Inspite of so many voices & sounds - Silence is considered ultimate.
3 - Inspite of so much to eat - Fasting is considered healthy.
4 - Inspite of so much to travel & explore - Meditating under trees & on mountains is considered superior.
5 - Inspite of so much to see - Closing your eyes & looking within is Apex.
6 - Inspite of listening to all the outside world - Voice from inside you is eternal.
7 - Inspite of a sweet charming life - A Peaceful Soul is Solace & Divine.

*Trust your Senses. Live a Great Life*.
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It’s not OVER!!!!
When I wear a mask in public, or decline an invitation to a party or to come inside:
🔵 I want you to know that I am educated enough to know that I could be asymptomatic and still give you the virus.
🔵 I want you to know that I am educated enough to stay at home and not contribute to the crowd and possibility of spreading the virus.
🔵 No, I don’t “live in fear” of the virus; I just want to be part of the solution, not the problem.
🔵 I don’t feel like the “government is controlling me;” I feel like I’m being a contributing adult to society and I want to teach others the same.
🔵 The world doesn’t revolve around me. It’s not all about me and my comfort , my pleasure, my life.
🔵 If we all could live with other people's consideration in mind, this whole world would be a much better place.
🔵 Wearing a mask or staying at home, doesn’t make me weak, scared, stupid, or even “controlled.” It makes me considerate.
🔵 When you think about how you look, how uncomfortable it is, or what others think of you, just imagine someone close to you - a child, a father, a mother, grandparent, aunt, or uncle - choking on a respirator , alone without you or any family member allowed at bedside.
🔵 Ask yourself if you could have sucked it up a little for them.

Can you do the same?

Wearing a mask and staying at home and maintaining safe distance is not political. It’s public health! It’s courtesy.
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Loved this message so sharing :

Sunflowers 🌻 turn according to the position of the sun. In other words, they “chase the light.” You might already know this, but there is another fact that you probably do not know!

Have you ever wondered what happens on cloudy and rainy days when the sun is completely covered by clouds?🤔

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This is an interesting question.Isn’t it?

Perhaps you think the sunflower withers or turns its head towards the ground. Is this what crossed your mind?

Well, that’s incorrect!

This is what happens?

They turn towards each other to share their energy.🌻✨🌻

Nature’s perfection is amazing. Now let’s apply this reflection to our lives. Many people may become low-spirited, and the most vulnerable ones, sometimes, become depressed.
How about following the example of the beautiful sunflowers 🌻i.e."Supporting and empowering each other". Nature has so much to teach us.

Wishing everyone a "Sun flower"🌻 trait of turning towards each other on their cloudy and gloomy days.

Spread goodness...it will come back to you..
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#workfromhome

Should the Corporates Invade our Homes...???

A youngster was attending a video conference with his Manager who was upset over the background noises. The Youngster turned around and told his grandmother to keep quiet.

She walked towards the youngster, to take a look into what he was doing and saw a person on the Monitor and asked, “Who is he?”

The youngster muted his audio and video and said, “He is my Manager”.

She said, “I want to talk to your Manager”. But the youngster denied. By the time the Manager started pinging the youngster and the youngster unmuted to talk and his grandmother shouted, “Manager I want to talk to you".

The Manager agreed and the youngster unmuted the video. The grandmother, with a smile said, “Vanakkam” and introduced herself and the Manager also greeted her.

She said, “You look upset”.

The Manager said, “Yeah, some kind of work tension, a lot of noise around your house and we are not able complete the meeting in time”.

The Grand Mother asked, “May I help solve your problem?”

Her grandson was stopping her and telling her to keep quiet.

The Manager said, “It’s ok, let her speak”.

The Grandmother narrated, “Once there was a Young man, who sat under a tree for taking rest. He was continuously hearing a bird’s sound. He lifted his head and seeing a bird, started chasing it, so that he could peacefully take some rest. The bird came closer to him and said, “You are taking rest under my nest. I will not ask you to leave this place but you should learn to co-exist with us”.

The Grandmother looked at both of them and said, “Your Home is your nest” where you are supposed to take rest and bond with your dear and near ones. I do understand the Covid-19 situation, but you should also understand that our home is not your office.

*When we come to visit our family members at your office place, we are expected to behave professionally or maintain a certain decorum.*

Similarly, when you are using our home for your office work, you should understand the situation at our home.

There is nothing wrong with working from home, but remember, it is the family members benevolent nature, that is keeping the corporate world functioning today and the economy running.

She looked at the manager and asked, “Am I correct ?”

*The Manager’s mother peeped and said "You are absolutely right”.* 👍😊

{Courtesy: Ms. Honey Thakur}
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