Friday, November 5, 2010

Diwali - Lessons from It


Astronomically, Diwali - literally translated into "Row of Lights - is celebrated on darkest night in the darkest period between October and November, marking celebration of a New Year.

That means even a spark of light or a tiny twinkling star could stand out in the vast canvas of night.

And that the light isn't just a sight but a guide.

So, when there's light, there's no confusion.

Everything is clear. Nothing is an illusion.

May we dispel our ignorance, flagrance and vengeance for conscience, prudence and valiance.

Wishing Thiva, Vijay and all my Indian friends who are celebrating Diwali a Joyful and Meaningful one.

4 comments:

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Fi-Sha, wow! Deepavali? We don't even know about it here...
I sure miss visiting my Indian friend's homes....
Nice pic you have there.
Best regards, Lee.

Fi-sha said...

Dear Uncle Lee
It's Deepavali :D On top of maruku and jalebi, mutton curry and apum, may i suggest you and auntie to try indian ice cream they called Kulfi. It's really nutty and creamy-licious :)

I wish children these days look at festivities the way we did last time Uncle Lee..

My dear Uncle Lee,

I hope you and Auntie have a lovely autumn weekend in ontario. Its been drizzling all day long - a perfect day for me to curl on my bed with my book, reading,reading and reading. Fat chance, this cinde-sukarela has tonnes of chores to do and i just love chores!

Take care Uncle Lee...

Amit said...
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Amit said...

Love thy work.. Nice blog covering almost all the aspects of day by day life...
Specially about this post, Loved the pic and wordings too...
Wishing u and ur family Happy Diwali and New year too...