Friday, July 9, 2010

the cancer ward..

When it shall rain,birds will come out of their nests

they shall fly,they shall be free...

i see rain through my window pane too

can i go back soon?


The silent muttering into her mother's ear,tightly clasping her hand asking her..

"Am i going home today?"



Posted by PicasaSARAH..

A girl named Sarah from Afghanistan smiling her way fighting with leukemia...She touched my life like no one ever did..she doesn't understand my language and neither do i hers except for a salaam yet she readily smiles and offers me her hand without a fail whenever she sees me.A curious connection exists between her and me which is impossible to describe in words but in her smiling face and undying spirit i take a refuge.

Her smile will always play on broken strings of my heart.

Whenever i shall feel life is overwhelming,i shall remember song of her heart and infectious smile gliding on her face....i shall find a panacea....

if you look up to me for answers why should children suffer so much...?why God is so cruel to them...?i probably don't have any answers..

But understanding,empathy,concern,wisdom,discretion,sensitivity grows from pain only..

pain makes you more aware,more grateful and gives you life in its yin and yang...

We cringe,curse,are creatures of ingratitude,greedy,seldom thankful to existence for living throbbing life we get and hundreds other gifts..

but something changed in me today for good...to smile more often,to be more grateful for each atom of life,every breath i breathe, every time my heart pumps blood, every time my cells divide,every time i am down in dumps, a SMILE will come from somewhere and lift my spirits up!!!

let life never rob child of her smile....


god bless...

namaste






13 comments:

  1. It is one of ur best posts... I love it..and u have articulated it so well and sarah's eyes just exude so much hope..cant let her go off my thoughts...

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  2. Life inspires......and this post is a fine example.

    Great work Varuna..

    May Allah Bestow Sarah with health & long life..Aameen..

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  3. I don't know if I am sad or happy at your optimism. I felt a deep sense of calm somewhere inside me while reading your post. Sarah is cute, sensitive and innocent. She deserves all the happiness. May lord grant her a beautiful life.

    And, you continue to flourish as a beautiful writer as thoughts of positive energy flow through your words. I will keep a track from hence on.. :)

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  4. yeah agree with u know whom...one of ur best posts...may god bless her and cure her...

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  5. btw nice new look of blog..i like it

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  6. @RP thanks...
    @karuna..thnxx sis..sarah is epitome of hope
    @tariq..thanks..may allah bless her
    @ARK..so finally i see your comment;)
    thanks and i hope collective prayers heal sarah..
    @mukul..thanks bro..

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  9. Hey, is that little girl still in your hospital? I'd love to visit and try my Pushto with her!

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  10. only if tears could say what my lips cant....

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  11. Relations are indifferent to language, your writing gave a sweet example of this.

    understanding,empathy,concern,wisdom,discretion,sensitivity grows from pain only..
    -True

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