Train of life

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Every time when I travel in a train and peep outside from its window to see the trees running backward, I somehow connect it with relationships. Did you ever notice when train (it can be any moving vehicle) runs, the nearby trees seem to move backward so quickly while the trees which are at some distance used to move away comparatively in a little slow pace? And the ones which are far far away seem like coming near and near? Does it not happen with the relationships? When we are on a move the near ones go away so quickly and people not so close move a little slow while the others whom we don’t even know comes near. Is it a law of nature implies on everything in a same fashion or something else? Maybe that’s why we call it the universal law.

We are such poor people, nature has already defined every rule, which we even are aware of but the irony is that we generally ignore them. Like we already know if we are on a move, near ones will be the one to go away and that too very quickly, we don’t take care of it in advance and then complain afterwards. What we should rather do is to hold on. We obviously can not grip the going away trees but we can always keep people together. We can always give them some space to be with us on the train of life so that they don’t go away.

 What do you think of it? Did you also feel the same as I do?

9 Comments Add yours

  1. soumyav says:

    true feeling Neeraj! and everything that goes in our heart has been reflected in nature in some way or other.. just that we are blinded enough to see all that

    1. Neeraj says:

      Thank you Soumya! If only we learn from nature everything will be sorted out.

  2. skuysons says:

    The Moon and the stars are one with the Earth. As the train and the tracks with its people.

    1. Neeraj says:

      They probably are the people who never want you to let go.
      Great catch though 🙂

  3. catnipoflife says:

    Wonderful post! I would like to provide a link as a related article to one of my posts on Awakenings. It is blogspot so I do not have the capability to reblog. Here is the post so you can check it out:

    1. Neeraj says:

      Its a beautiful post.. I liked the poem and photos very much. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Neeraj says:

      I am happy that you could connect. Thank you for visiting!

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