Whenever i go for a project visit, it gives me an immense pleasure to interact with our project children who allow me a little window in their lives-their perspectives,ideas,wishes and their whole litle world that realised me that despite of many challenges that life throws at them , they never stop dreaming,no matter what the circumstances are.
Talking to these kids and seeing the joy is always an unforgettable experience.
last week when i visited our project children at kirti nagar, i met a incredible girl who is in 8th std. Beside having a furious can-do soul, she had a knack for drawing. i was astonished after seeing her creativity with pastel and water colours.
all she needed is a box full of colours to paint her imaginations. speaking to her helped me in adore the little things in life and how joy can be found in the littlest things that we all the more regularly underestimate.
her father is the sole earning member of the family , he is a rickshaw puller.even after working from dawn to dusk, they hardly mange to make both ends meet for a family of five .who live in a small room with no windows .even after going through such painfull situation by life, but not even for once they made their pain apparent to us.next time before i complaint i will think twice because the challenges that we face in our daily lives are no way half as challenging as what these little ones and their family go through every single day ..
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