500 People Dancing in the Sky
We must extend ourselves in life, be engaging, for life gives us back far more than what we put in.
Like operating a computer, results will depend upon the data you put it.
No input . . . no output.
Our individual success would mean the ultimate of the whole.
“So what is life, if full of care . . . we have no time to stand & stare”.
You probably remember this little poetic line from your school days. Life’s kaleidoscope has a constantly changing pattern or sequence of objects or elements . . . a kaleidoscope of colours. I remember making one of those toys for our school annual art exhibition.
Time is even stronger than kings who are constantly fighting each other. The passage of time uncovers lies and lets people see the truth.
The field of human endeavour never fail to amaze as shown by this video where the performance of each individual contributes successfully to the building of the “dynamic aerial human pyramid” in the spirit of teamwork. Likewise, “Chinese Dream” calls for the success of the sum total of each & every individual’s performance.
This is then the magnificent aspect of life’s kaleidoscope.
Gross individualism or self-centredness must not supercede collectivity.
Ultimately, everyone of us make our exit in life.
Strike it with fire & zeal while we still have it.