What’s the most complicated thing to maintain in life? Diet plan? No. Daily assignments? No. Relationship? A very big YES. It has always been very easy to utter ancient quotes or give long speeches on such a sensitive topic but, when it comes to performing it in real, the balloon gets inflated. I am a person who believes in a pure and eternal relationship. A bond which is immortal. A bond which is mutually productive yet, quite sustainable in nature. I love nullifying the void between two souls.
Besides sharing a praiseworthy bond among parents, friends, professors, and colleagues, I would like to cherish another very special bond which means a lot to me. Everyone is born with a silver spoon, for that spoon is the realm of nature. The nature surrounding us unfolds its beauty every single time. It can be in the form of snow, rain, lush green valley or even in the form of silence. I have always felt safe and solace in contact with nature. I do not hesitate to spare some time conversing with beautiful flowers and old trees. It keeps my mind fresh, enthusiastic and positive.
Memories and vivid relationship with nature: Nullifying the void between two souls
As a child, I used to climb trees and play with its branches whenever I am in my maternal grandmother’s village. It is very easy to see things at a surface. I analyze things deeper. I used to go to Shantiniketan, Namchi, Chandigarh, Dalhousie, Gulmarg and many places around my country, India often. The main reason to travel so much is, interacting with the various manifestation of nature. I felt the essence of the oldest banyan tree standing with pride. The astounding chirping of birds, vivid plants and flowers make you establish a great bond with Mother Earth. I guess I am carrying out the tradition of showcasing the eternal bond of “Purush-Prakriti”.