Himalaya

Life is mixed bag of success and failures. Surprises, Shocks, Sweetness and Sorrows, a collection of memories and relation.

Stuward the modern day traveler decides to travel from Europe to explore Himalaya

Himalaya is shared by Afghanistan, India, China, Pakistan, Myanmar (Burma), Nepal and Bhutan..

Nature teaches us sharing of resources.. It could be river, lake, mountains and Jungles

Stuward observes the various shapes of mountains and finds big rocks staring at him…

He looks at peak and finds it full of snow.. Very few individuals would like to be at peak..and rock climbing is always tough..

Stuward takes a book and pens a thought

‘FATHER MOUNTAIN…

STRONG AS YOU ARE

SHIELDING US FROM HARSH NATURE

NOTHING BREAKS YOU BUT SELF

BE WITH ME ALWAYS

AS I FEEL LIFE IN A MOUNTAIN ALL ALONE MAKES US WONDER

WHY WE CHOOSE TO BE ALONE LIKE YOU

RATHER CAN I NOT HAVE A COMPANY

TO CHILL OUT NEAR THE MOUNTAIN

ALL ALONE WHERE ME AND MY PARTNER

EXPLORE EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL NATURE ALL ALONG

IF RELATION GOES HAYWIRE

JUST GO TO A MOUNTAIN AND EXPLORE NATURE

IN THE SMOOTH ENVIRONMENT OF NATURE

LOVE MAY RE SURFACE ALL OVER AGAIN

AND FATHER MOUNTAIN WILL  GUIDE US

WITH FULL SILENCE AND WHISPER IN OUR EARS

‘I AM ALL ALONE SURROUNDED BY BIRDS, ANIMALS, TREES AND SHRUBS

WHY YOU CHOOSE A LIFE OF BEING ALONE

JUST ENJOY THIS NATURE AND RETURN BACK WITH A LESSON

‘What rises will fall’

‘What is fallen will only rise back again’

Stuward looks at sky and shrieks ‘I AM A WINNER’

and soon he hears echoes from all side ‘Am a Winner’

Stuward is happy that the mountains too declared themselves Winner..

He reaches the top most peak and looks below.. A very large ravine and he realizes Nature explains us the heights and depths of life.. To master nature, one should be able to self review more deeper that required and it will teach us to be honest to self and understand our weaknesses. External strengths will be needed on continuous basis

It is late noon and Stuward begins his journey to walk down..

He begins his journey to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan and again wonders

‘why humans fight for shared resources and try to own them first and only then build infrastructure.. why cannot someone just begin and improve lives of people who stay neat huge mountains, isolated from the world

What about kids growing there.. watching nature, mountains and becoming tougher to fight more battles for self progress?

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