The season of change is here it’s time let go of the old and usher in the new. Guess this is the way of nature. Old yellow leaves fall off the trees giving way for fresh leaves to replace them. This is not only true to nature but also to the humans.
This is the time when the school sessions finish. The kids get a gap of 10 to 15 days before the results are announced to relax and rejuvenate. They are back to school by 1st April in a new uniform, new shoes, new bags, a new set of books and copies, accessories, new classes, new teachers and new subjects. New everything… along with the excitement of results which will be declared at the end of the session the kids are excited about going to higher classes and making new friends class reshuffling adds to the excitement and is a source of anxiety for some. Some may move out of the schools due to transfers/postings of the parents and some change schools because they want a change.
So basically we all need a change and prefer it to stagnation and rather than expecting others to bring out the change we should opt to be the part of the change and better still be the change ourselves. Not only this as per the Hindu calendar the new year also starts in this month known as ‘Chaitra.’ It is celebrated as Navratri where Goddess Durga is worshipped for 9 days in different avatars on the earth. On the 9th day, the celebrations end. Some people fast for full 9 days and some only for 2 days depending on what they can endure and the faith that they have in it.
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