I’m here…

I was in my hometown when the lock down started. Just 2 days ago, I came back to Pune.So many memories are attached to this city, even if I want to, I cannot erase it. I notice that many changes have come in the city due to this lock down. But apart from all these changes, one change was making me more nervous and uncomfortable.

Where I live, there is a school nearby. Before the lock down, there used to be small children in the morning. Every morning small children were crowded around the school.And the school used to pray at 7 am in the morning.I used to listen to that Prayer in the small children’s cute voice. In 9 months, I missed a lot, but I missed this things, too much.Because maybe I used to feel my childhood after hearing the voices of those Children’s or Maybe I was addicted to that routine. From 2 days, I have kept looking at the terrace of my building every day, but now the crowd of children like that is not there like before.

There are some memories, which do not have any connection with us, but still remembering it gives a different comfort. Maybe I had some similar connection, that’s why I feel that difference of not having those things.

I think our life is also like this, some things or people have no connection with us but due to getting used to it, we consider those things or people as part of our life and we do not want to lose that comfort.This means life is not easy or difficult, only we make it easy or difficult according to our comfort.And we will not be able to understand the true meaning of life until we go beyond our comfort zone.





2 thoughts on “I’m here…

  1. Far out. I travelled to Pune once to do a story on your local kushti warriors. Loved the place, even though the story pushed me out of my comfort zone. So you’re definitely right that improvement comes from outside that zone.

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  2. Pingback: Some things or people have no connection with us but due to getting used to it, we consider those things or people as part of our life and we do not want to lose that comfort – Wants

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