In this world we often encounter humans with varied thoughts,complexities and characteristics and each one of them carry a unique persona which woo people to be around them. We often as a human get lost in our own fantasies and forget about our own uniqueness which we possess and repent after years when we realize the mistake, this is what hinders us from becoming one what we are rather than becoming one what we are not; in this hustle bustle we find ourselves lost or submitted to this world and see the world by the eyes of others rather than eyes of ours and that is we face problems and stereotype a lot but in this world there are people who within span identify themselves and bring out the best out of them they didn’t choose to be amongst one who submitted to the will of others but to the will of one and we have many examples set for us in the form of our Leaders and people we love to follow as they are the ones who inspires us to do good for the society and welfare of others as it is rightly said “Do Good Feel Good”.
So in quest of life and its meaning I took myself to the streets of Patrakarpuram in Gomtinagar Area where I found a guy on a motorbike standing at the corner of the street with his eatables waiting anxiously for someone to pop up his delicious fritters, this man interested me a lot by the punch line he had at front of his vehicle and its initials were ‘Pehle Istemaal kare Fir Vishwaas Kare’.
I was gazing this man from the corner as soon he saw me clicking pic he got to pose meanwhile I asked him about his story of survival which took me to his world and that made me think of humans in general how they mess up with their life and how this man despite being in odds is serving us with the lovely smile he possess;his story was no less than famous tale we used to listen during our childhood he lost his family at a very tender age in a car accident and travels 22 kilometers daily to work out his survival and when asked about he prepares these yummy fritters he said “Bhaiya roz 5 baje uthte hai aur kaam pe lag jate hai fir baccho ko school chorne k baad kaam pe nikalte hai”(I wake up at 5 am daily and prepare these fritters and then after having drop kids to school I go to sell them)when asked about how kids were progressing he told that he is happy to get the kids admitted to the government school and they are doing quite well though it costs him to work for extra penny but he is happy that his kids wont suffer the way he did and he wants them to be a good humans for the society.
Finally I concluded the talk with him over a plate of hot and yummy fritters with some special spices sprinkled over it and munched down those with the beautiful thought that “Aadhi roti khayenge magar baccho ko zaroor padhayenge”(We may eat less but we wont compromise on kids education.)