The Kid who never grew up.

Somewhere in the journey of life the bubbly kid in us died not because we grew up because we went through things much worse the world wouldn’t imagine. This is the story of a boy who loved to dream who once craved for happiness and fun, but what made him stop we wonder, no it wasn’t growing up nor his parents but an experience that no young kid/guy has to through. Well he still can’t forget how it feels every time he dreams, it brings him down but he never gives up climbing the unengirl-childding mountain and achieving his dreams, well the question lies what made him go through this. This is something which the Adult world knows and has experienced a lot about, yes its Sexual Abuse which is experienced by a lot of kids but never spoken about to anyone and the offenders never caught with their intention to continue.

I’d like to quote

“Strong-Willed children become adults who change the world as long as we can hang on for the ride and resist the temptation to “Tame” the spirits out of them” – Anonymous

With such a world out there we should encourage the child in us and the people who have gone through such a horrible experience to bring harmony and love into their life and maybe they will change the World. The boy continues to fight a battle with the experience he has had but will never give up and will surely give his best to make this world a better place.

God Bless.

Mumbai Meri Jaan

Yes you’re right the whole Country considers Mumbai as the heart of India, Even the world does. Such was the excitement I had for the Global Citizen India Festival where Coldplay was Playing Little did we Realize we had forgotten the main aim of the festival which clearly stated Sanitation, Education, and Gender Equality. Which I found in scarce during my Journey all around Mumbai. Well, then I met this new friend in Mumbai and then we got talking about how amazing Coldplay was and how she was never allowed to go to a concert.

This got me thinking what else hasn’t yet changed and made me think more deeply which girl-childmade me ask her how her family was and I was disgusted as to know girls were still treated so horribly. where they still follow untouchability when she gets her period gives her separate clothes, our utensils, and even a place. it couldn’t get horrible than this and we talk about gender equality when such things still exist. But this made me think we should have more integration into our education systems for us to participate in social schemes and actually bring a change into the Society.

Mumbai did get me a sense of bringing a change into myself and be someone but not without forgetting that in someone else’s happiness ours.

I’d like to end with a Quote.

Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.” – Muhammed Ali.

God Bless.