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There are lot of things I am grateful for, but when it comes to my parents, they trump them all!



ONE of the things I will always be grateful to my parents for is ingraining in me a very valuable lesson; the value of which has become most profound in my adult life. 

To always remain humble, no matter how high I soar in the sky, they always say "Plant your feet firmly on earth and stretch your head to clouds so that you can turn your dreams into reality, for , Bahuteyan uchheyan uddeyan nu phir dharti kithe disdi"

My parents had always taught us sisters to be graceful and grounded. To pray and have unshakeable faith in God. 😇To be the best we had the potential to be. And to constantly work hard

AND most importantly, Generosity! 

They always said-"Kade vi Ahankar na Kari, Soch uchhi te nazar rakhi neevi" ( Never ever let fame & pride breed ego, always remain humble, no matter how high you soar in the sky, plant your feet firmly on earth and stretch your head to clouds so that you can turn your dreams into reality)

In this ever-changing competitive landscape where everyone seems to be running a race that has no end, the venom of selfishness & being self centred is quite common!

But what we often forget being grounded is the key to being fruitful

No matter how successful one becomes, one should never let that fame overshadow the generous nature

We should never let nasty self centred attitude come in the way of doing good deeds

Live gratefully, offer from your own's abundance without the thought of expectation of return enriching the lives of others🌻

Believe me, you'll get manifolds of what you actually gave 

& you'll be remembered by your deeds not by how much successful you became! 🕊️

Because no matter how much money and fame you earn, if you are not grounded, one day those wings will definitely set on fire & you'll be begging for forgiveness but it'll seem deaf to the entreaties

Because as you sow , so shall you reap!

So what seeds are you planning to sow?

Think about it!

Grateful and Blessed 🥰





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