Simply the way in which in Birbal ki khichdi, the poor farmer saved himself alive submerged within the icy waters of river Yamuna by a lamp far-off, one can hope of a greater future forward as a result of there’s nothing so dangerous that there’s not some good in it. Consider that the publish lock-down interval will show to be much better than the pre lock-down days!
Manu Sharma, the simply launched ‘reformed’ killer of Jessica Lal homicide case, got here out of the jail with sanity intact and searching cheerful. When a journalist requested him, whether or not he felt bitter languishing within the clink, Sharma mentioned, the hope of a greater tomorrow underneath the blue sky gave him an impetus to dwell.
Sure. That is an incentive to dwell meaningfully when one’s hopeful of a greater tomorrow lurking someplace shut. Furthermore, as soon as the human thoughts will get used to a selected state, though which may be undesirable, a way of acceptance (thoughts you, not resignation) descends.
It’s like, ‘Pessimism, whenever you get used to it, is simply as agreeable as optimism.’ Or within the phrases of Urdu poet Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib, ‘Ranj ke khoogar hua insaan toh ghat jaata hai ranj/ Mushkilein itni padeen mujhpe ke aasaan ho gayeen’ (As soon as inured to pains and sufferings, the depth will get mitigated/I confronted so many troubles that they don’t look menacing any longer). Solely with this perspective and method, we are able to all bid adieu to the blues of post-confinement.
So as to add an apart, literary world’s best creations emerged solely after lengthy spells of confinement. Readers could also be conscious that the Nice Britain, a rustic of poets, playwrights and philosophers, produced three nice masterpieces in its frequent and interminable lockdowns in the course of the time of Bubonic plague.