On the second day we visited a school in Seremben. Mr. Nandor Lim , as usual a very calm and quiet person, was ready to pick us from hotel. It was a very warm morning. But we forgot everything to see Indian breakfast after a long gap, as we were travelling quite long time. We enjoyed the breakfast and it added flavours as we met a very loving, kind and always smiling lady Mrs. Yimi.
She is such a wonderful person to have as a friend. After taking heavy breakfast we went to school. Chung Hua High School, a school with big campus. The meeting was good and we discussed about each others education system.
On that day I saw the people closely. I felt we all are same, having same problems and same life. While going to the school I saw many trees, particularly the Palm trees. In India now a days it is rare to see such green area. The concrete jungles have swallowed the green grounds. It was a long drive without any noise. The people are never using the horn, it shows they are very patient. The people drive with great patience and respecting the rules.
It is a dream to have this thing in India. We should learn such things from them. When I came back I shared this with my students. The one hour drive was really peaceful for me and lot of things were going on in my mind.
So I learn how we can be patient and keep ourselves calm and quiet!
“Though there was no noise outside
I feel the world conceal & keep something to hide,
I was struggling with the noise within
just thought why peace is so far and thin?,
we need friends and companions
to stop the hate and fighting
yes, the world will be happy
with the people who are caring and sharing!!!”
Thank You AAKASHA ….
[To be Continued]
I visited Malaysia in the month of May. It was a new page of my life. The visit has added many more things to my life and I will cherish them forever. The members of “AAKASHA” group are amazing. Before landing in Malaysia I was little bit scared and hesitant but all members of “Aaakahsa” changed my outlook beyond everything.
I just want to say,
I landed there, little bit scared
But they came with love and care
I learned how to share,
They conquered us with tender and gentleness
My heart weeps, to receive pure happiness,
They bind us with friendship & tranquility
I regained trust in humanity,
“AAKASHA” — means the Sky
The connection of companionship gave me strength to fly,
They are noble and their hearts shrine
I am still in the flood of remembrance to feel divine
[To be Continued…….]