Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Living with Courage

I just saw a beautiful program on Discovery. It was a documentary on a man from Congo who lost his wife, job, estate and home to the rebellions. He has three kids and nothing to feed them. What struck me hard was this man’s will to survive and to raise his children successfully. He doesn’t have a place to live but his eyes still sparkle of hope, of a better tomorrow. When the interviewer asked him how he plans to live now, he said that as long as he can walk on his own foot, he doesn’t fear future and will work hard to begin his life again from a new edge.
What an amazing fellow!

It’s being said that “Courage is not the absence of fear but the ability to walk through it.”

There are many among us who are ready to devote their energies to the positivity in life. We all have troubles in our own way but how are we helping those who live around us? What are we giving the world each day? How do we inspire others? Why can’t we be different from others who just know how to take, how to crib and how to gain self importance? Let’s be a ‘giver’, let’s all give peace, smile and good wishes to others and Mother Nature and let us all be incredible citizens. We have lot to be thankful about; start feeling grateful about gifts of life before it gets too late and you miss your chance to do so.


Bawstongirl2010 said...

your blog is truly inspiring! thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and time with us!

Patrice said...

What an inspiring story. Indeed, he is a man of courage.

Great post by the way.

Josh said...

I must say you are very courageous since this is very dangerous stunt and very big professional also think twice before doing it.

kre alkalyn

Nitima Sood said...

Yes Patrice,
That man is very brave indeed.

Bawstongirl - thanks for your kind words.

Josh - I am not the one on waves, its just a random photograph I picked from net to depict courage.

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