Saturday, April 9, 2011

The questions we don't like to answer!

What all precautions shall be taken when we step out of OUR a/c car into the EARTH, in this damn summer? Do you use any sun-screen lotion when you loiter around on sun-beams? 

Which juice do you prefer when you befall thirsty and tired? I prefer full mugs of chilled Grape juice ;)
One of my friends wrote a funny sentence on his facebook-wall, “I hate the sun coming up at 6 and lighting his torch on my eyes. I will be sleeping with sunglasses from tonight!”
I've seen handicapped BEGGARS forced to look up at hot-sun whole day on roadside for some pennies to keep life on; may be deployed by some mafia of cruel vendors as we seen in 'The slum-dog Millionaire'! We can’t justify that 'these' live in higher life-standard than that of discolored street-dogs! 

Whenever I pass aside of them with branded body-embellishments and loaded wallet, I feel 'guilty' and sadistic on receiving a 'palm-less arm' in front, for mercy!  The thought about the distance between one HAVE's pocket-money for a single day and one HAVE-NOT's life-budget always bothers me when I see those inglorious humans! Government (we) got plenty to act after these disastrous lives for long-term goals! I meant, apart from 'removing Beggars from pedestrian-streets to municipality dump-corners'!  

Every 'I' are helpless here! Someone genuine needed to initiate the eradication of this chronic illness of our humanity! Or else the 'warm fact' in front of our eyes will remain as 'cool factor' forever! 

This is an old-fashioned and unpopular topic where we always wish to disconnect our thoughts deliberately and to keep quiet and ‘mind our own businesses’!


  1. really...these all are in the drama...but here we r blessed by the lord its our part to serve them..

  2. Loved the post and very much agreeing 2 it, bt then is someone reallyyy doing something 4 it... well guess the ppl might say, mind ur business..

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  5. Very Heart touching fact indeed

  6. We, the one's who are challenged, need to be heard. To be seen not as a disability, but as a person who has, and will continue to bloom. To be seen not only as a handicap, but as a well intact human being.There are more valued than normal human being.Good Post