Here is one such.
After about 100 meters of sure footed sprinting, he stopped and started walking. Still smiling. The train I was in, kept pulling away at greater speeds and the last I saw of the boy, he was still walking. I hope he still is, with the smile intact.
The intensity in the stride, the surefooted in an uneven terrain and kept me captivated for long after the journey was done. .
That is my wish of all of us this week. To run with joy. For movement begets its own momentum. With momentum you never know where you could end up at.
Every time I look at the photograph, I get a dose of raw energy that suddenly courses my veins. Of course the boy doesn’t know. Which brings me to the other point: Do you know who you inspire to action / reflection?
Do you realise that you may never know that what to you are ‘simple routines of daily living’ could be deeply inspirational to many. When the lens changes, the action takes a different meaning.
“You dont have to get it perfect. You just have to get it going” said Gary Halbert. Perfection is an elusive target that will stay elusive forever. Getting going, will get us all closer to perfection
I wonder what you think of the picture. What stories come to your mind? You never know how inspiring your stories can be. Share. Somewhere!
Have a great week people.