Happy Diwali!

It's Diwali already!
Can you believe the year is almost over? How quickly it has passed and I'm still wondering about my New Year Resolutions. The ones I made in the beginning of this year.
Have I done anything worthwhile? Have I made a change? Can I still start today?

As I see the houses lit up with diyas and lights, I wonder if we have all made an attempt to light up other people's lives as well. I'm not talking about the poor and charity and all that. That's all an individual take and I hope each one of us is doing something for it. I'm talking about if we've been nice to people. If we've become a little wiser, a little more patient, a little more tolerant and a little more caring. Do we smile more? Or do we brush people off.

Why do we wait for an occasion to celebrate people in our lives?

I hope this Diwali, we all do something more than just play cards and gorge on those sweets. I hope we find light in our hearts to love, forgive and give to people who have touched our lives in some small way.

Happy Diwali to all my friends and family all across the world. I'm not there in body with you but I love you with all my soul.


Purvesh Gada said…
yes, diwali is actually about spreading the light. And thats is not only by lighting diyas, but also spreading happiness in the lives of people around us.
HijiBijBij said…
happy diwali to you and your family! cheers!
Naina Gupta said…
Wishing you a very Happy Diwali as well.

I agree about not waiting for an occasion to celebrate people. For example, I never make new years resolutions. When I need to change then I do it, it should not be something we set out to do, simply because it is new year.

Since it is now the next day in India, I would like to wish you a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Thank you Naina.
Thanks Purvesh.
Hope we sprad the light and more importantly find the light within us as well.
Mr Lonely said…
Happy Diwali to you ~~~ have a nice day ~ =D

http://www.lonelyreload.com (A Growing Teenager Diary) ..
Hello Mr Lonely,
I saw your blog. What's your real name? I hope you know there are friends all around for you, even if they're not physically there.
Have a great diwali break. Light up your life with purpose beyond yourself and you'll find all diwalis to be filled with love :)
annie said…
hi madhuri,
hope u had a great diwali. u shd write more..i have been waiting for a post from ur side.

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