Monday, February 25, 2008

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Well I just couldnt control myself from attempting to blog for a third time(hopefully this continues gud) after this incident(may not seem really impacting to all:) )...

I was on my way back home from Office, struggling and getting into the crowded and spit-painted walled Guindy subway when I noticed this visually impaired person in front of me. People were dashing against him every now and apologizing after looking at the stick in his hands( wonder y sorry shudn be said to others whom they dash against!)..He was walking down the stairs, his stick stumbling against stranded slippers and other decorative pieces and I slowed down my pace and was walking by his side just to warn him of any sudden obstacles he may not recognize..I was just thinking if he could ever imagine what sort of a dress color combination he was wearing and we reached the middle of the subway..

All of a sudden the power went off..I could hear the whole subway screaming and this person dint show any emotion and continued his walk...The thought that light being there and not dint make a difference to him drove me to tears but in a flash brought about an awe...How awesome Nature and her methodologies are! What seemed normal to me is normal to him and what was tough to me was again normal to him!!!!

Wowwwww!

6 comments:

Matangi Mawley said...

good post!

aarthi said...
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aarthi said...

good journey back hime!! I have also had such "blind-encounters" before .. hopfully i come up with mine in the form of blog too!

muni said...

"There's really no use crying for ur luved ones after their life if u cant be with them through their life..."proved that words make realities.. thoe words made me to feel and put myself in your shoes ..

monu said...

i was very moved by d phrase"There's really no use crying for ur luved ones after their life if u cant be with them through their life..."

carries a very deep yet simple message....how true

now i am a fan of urs...looking fwd to more posts...! keep dis gud work alive...!

Hemanth said...

The way you wrote was very nice.. While reading it seems to be real...

Very Nice..
Awaiting for more posts