Happy Diwali

Global economic depression, terrorism, racial fighting... nothing stops people from celebrating their festivals.

Similarly, if there is something bothering us from inside, no matter how many people around you are celebrating, how much lights have been lit, how many fire crackers are been burst, we can't enjoy.

May we attain inner peace this Diwali.

12 comments:

Butterfly said...

Happy Diwali to you too.:-)

What a nice thing you have said here...If we maintain inner peace, everything will be perfect.

Butterfly said...

Ekta request korbo? Tomar blog-er ei chhobita please paltabe?Bhishon baje lagchhe tomake dekhte!

Aarbee said...

I agree with what you have to say in the second paragraph, but not quite with the first one. You need to see Delhi today to believe it, but there are no traffic jams, and markets are seeing about half the number of people than they see every year on Diwali.
Terrorism and global economic depression have takers here, it seems.

B. O'Hemian said...

@Butterfly
Thanks :)
DP changed... chobi bhalo na uthle aami ki korbo?

@RB
Then maybe it's different in Kolkata. It's totally as usual here. Or maybe I am in the second para phase, so am not noticing the difference.

Rohit Talwar said...

Yes dau, maybe you're not noticing the difference.

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~ ॐ ~ said...

Amen !

B. O'Hemian said...

@RT
Maybe :(

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@Om
Amen.

Anuradha said...

Hey a belated Diwali .. Yeah I can understand the feeling of being alone in a crowd :)

B. O'Hemian said...

@Anu
Happy Diwali. You think... you would know that being alone in the crowd feeling. How have you been?

I am said...

U bet...
nice words

Happy Diwali and Hope you celebrate from within soon..

All the best

B. O'Hemian said...

@I_am
Thanks :)