Stronger 🦵 Legs

▪️When we are old, our feet must always remain strong.
▪️When we gain ageing / grow aged, we should not be afraid of hair turning grey (or) his skin sagging (or) wrinkles.
*▪️Among the signs of *longevity,* as summarized by the US Magazine “Prevention”, strong leg muscles are listed on the top, as the most important and essential one.
▪️Do not move your legs for two weeks & your leg strength will decrease by 10 years.
*▪️A study from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark found that both old and young, during the two weeks of *inactivity,* the legs muscle strength got weakened by a third which is equivalent to 20-30 years of ageing.
▪️As our leg muscles weaken, it will take a long time to recover, even if we do rehabilitation exercises, later.
▪️Therefore, regular exercise like walking, is very important.
▪️The whole body weight/load remain on legs.
*▪️The foot is a kind of *pillars,* bearing the weight of the human body.
▪️Interestingly, 50% of a person’s bones and 50% of the muscles, are in the two legs.
▪️The largest and strongest joints and bones of the human body are also in the legs.
▪️”Strong bones, strong muscles, and flexible joints form the “Iron Triangle” that carries the most important load on the human body.”
▪️70% of human activity and burning of energy in one’s life, is done by the two feet.
*▪️Do you know this? When a person is young, his *thighs have enough strengths, to lift a small car!*
*▪️The foot is the *center of body locomotion.*
▪️Both the legs together have 50% of the nerves of the human body, 50% of the blood vessels and 50% of the blood flowing through them.
▪️It is the large circulatory network that connects the body.
*▪️Only when the feet are healthy then the *convention current of blood* *flows, smoothly, so people who have strong leg muscles will definitely have a *strong heart.*
▪️Aging starts from the feet upwards.
▪️As a person gets older, the accuracy and speed of transmission of instructions between the brain and the legs decreases, unlike when a person is young.
*▪️In addition, the so-called *Bone Fertilizer Calcium* will sooner or later be lost with the passage of time, making the elderly more prone to bone fractures.
*▪️Fractures in the elderly easily *triggers* series of complications, especially fatal diseases such as brain thrombosis.
▪️Do you know that 15% of elderly patients will die within a year of a thigh-bone fracture.
▪️Exercising the legs, is never too late, even after the age of 60 years.
▪️Although our feet will gradually age with time, exercising our feet is a life-long task.
*▪️Only by strengthening the legs, *one can prevent further aging.*
*▪️Please walk for *at least 30-40 minutes,* daily to ensure that your legs receive sufficient exercise and to ensure that your leg muscleus remain healthy.
▪️Please share amongst your elderly friends and family members.

द्वंद्व युद्ध

श्री कृष्ण के अद्भुत विश्लेषण।

महाभारत के कुरुक्षेत्र युद्ध भूमि पर कर्ण और अर्जुन के बीच में द्वंद्व युद्ध चल रहा था। दोनों में से किसी का भी जीत मुश्किल था। घोर संग्राम हो रहा था। अर्जुन अपने एक तेजपूर्वक अस्त्र से कर्ण के रथ को लगभग १००/ गज की दूरी पर धकेल दिया। लेकिन फिर भी कर्ण ने आगे बढ़कर वैसे ही विशेष अस्त्र को अर्जुन के रथ पर प्रयोग किया। इससे अर्जुन का रथ १०/ गज की दूरी तक पीछे गई। इसे देखकर श्री कृष्ण कर्ण की बड़ी प्रशंसा की।

इस प्रशंसा पर अर्जुन को गुस्सा आया। इससे पहले कर्ण ने अपने मुकुट को एक बार गिराया जो बहुत ही पराक्रमी काम था, लेकिन अब की बार अपने से दस गुना कम दूरी पर रथ को पीछे धकेलने पर श्री कृष्ण उसका प्रशंसा करना आश्चर्य की बात लगी।

शाम को आराम करते समय अर्जुन ने श्री कृष्ण से अपने मन की आशंका को प्रकट किया। श्री कृष्ण ने कहा कि ” यह दूरी की बात नहीं बल्कि भारी की बात है। पार्था !! तुम ऐसा समझ रहे हो कि दोनों रथों पर सिर्फ दो लोग उपस्थित हैं। क्या इस बात को भूल गए हो कि तुम्हारे रथ पर हनुमानजी के ध्वज फहराया गया है, जो सदा तेरी रक्षा कर रहा है। जब भी तुझ पर मंत्रास्त्र का प्रयोग होता है, हनुमान उन मंत्रों को शक्तिहीन कर देता है। इस बार भी कर्ण तुझ पर जो अस्त्र का प्रयोग किया है, उसे रोकने के लिए हनुमान ” महिमा” सिद्धि की प्रयोग करके, रथ को पर्वत जैसा मजबूत बना दिया, फिर भी कर्ण इतना मजबूत रथ को भी दस / गज दूरी पीछे कर सका।। इस वीरता को ही मैं ने प्रशंसित किया। “। इसे सुनकर अर्जुन को अपने घमंडी पर शर्म हुआ और उसने श्री कृष्ण से माफी मांगी।

जय श्री कृष्ण। 🙏


  1. ADULT has 5 letters,
    so does YOUTH .
  2. PERMANENT has 9 letters,
    so does TEMPORARY .
  3. GOOD has 4 letters,
    so does EVIL .
  4. BLACK has 5 letters,
    so does WHITE .
  5. CHURCH has 6 letters,
    so does MOSQUE .
  6. BIBLE has 5 letters,
    so does QUR’AN .
  7. LIFE has 4 letters,
    so does DEAD .
  8. HATE has 4 letters,
    so does LOVE .
  9. ENEMIES has 7 letters,
    so does FRIENDS .
  10. LYING has 5 letters,
    so does TRUTH .
  11. HURT has 4 letters,
    so does HEAL .
  12. NEGATIVE has 8 letters,
    so does POSITIVE .
  13. FAILURE has 7 letters,
    so does SUCCESS .
  14. BELOW has 5 letters,
    so does ABOVE .
  15. CRY has 3 letters,
    so does JOY .
  16. ANGER has 5 letters,
    so does HAPPY .
  17. RIGHT has 5 letters,
    so does WRONG .
  18. RICH has 4 letters,
    so does POOR .
  19. FAIL has 4 letters,
    so does PASS .
  20. KNOWLEDGE has 9 letters,
    so does IGNORANCE .
    Are they all by Coincidence?

This means LIFE is like a double edged sword but the choice we make determines our future.


Please motivate the youth around you!

Benefits of AGNIPATH

1st Year: Rs.21000 × 12 = Rs. 2,52,000
2nd Year: Rs.23100 × 12 = Rs. 2,77,200
3rd Year: Ra.25580 × 12 = Rs. 3,06,960
4th Year: Rs.28000 × 12 = Rs. 3,36,000
4 Years Total = Rs.11,72,160

Retirement Time after 4th Year: Rs.11,71,000

Grand Total after 4th Year = Rs. 23,43,160


  1. Excellent Army Training,
  2. Food, Clothes, Boarding & Lodging @ Army Regimental Life for 4 years.
  3. Disciplined Lifestyle and
  4. Matured Mindset.

Job Offers after 4 Years from:

  1. Tri-Forces (Army, Navy, Airforce)
    2.. CRPF
  2. Railway Protection Force
  3. GRP
  4. CISF
  5. BSF
  6. Customs & Central Excise
  7. Forest Departments
  8. ONGC
  9. IOCL
  10. HPCL
  11. Indian Railways
  12. State Police
  13. Banks
  14. Airports
  15. Seaports
  16. Traffic Police Depts
  17. Toll Plazas
  18. ATMs
  19. NMDC
  20. SAIL
  21. All Central PSUs
  22. All State PSUs.
  23. Task Force
  24. Corporates like TATAs, Wipros, Mahindras.
  25. Private Security Agencies
  26. Logistics Companies
  27. Cargo Companies
  28. Warehousing Cos.
  29. Road Transport Corps (RTCs)
  30. Private Transport Cos.
  31. Airliners (Indigo, SpiceJet, Tata Vistara etc etc)
  32. Community Policing.
    and Many MORE!

And, excellent training to face rioters/looters/anti-social elements.

And, 10% Quota for Agniveers in Coast Guard, Defence, Civilian Posts, and in nearly 100 Defence PSUs & Defence R&D Units viz….

  1. Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (All 38 Divisions/Units of HAL and HAL JV Companies)
  2. Bharat Electronics Ltd (all 10 Units)
  3. Bharat Dynamics Ltd
  4. BEML Ltd.
  5. Mishra Dhatu Nigam Limited (MIDHANI)
  6. Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited (MDL)
  7. Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Ltd (GRSE)
  8. Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL)
  9. Hindustan Shipyard Ltd
  10. Advanced Weapons & Equipment India Limited
  11. Gliders India Ltd
  12. Troop Comforts Ltd
  13. Armoured Vehicles Nigam Limited (AVNL)
  14. Munitions India Limited (MIL)
  15. Yantra India Limited (YIL)
  16. India Optel Limited (IOL)
  17. Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) Labs/Units
  18. Advanced Centre for Energetic Materials (ACEM)
  19. Advanced Numerical Research & Analysis Group (ANURAG)
  20. Advanced Systems Laboratory (ASL)
  21. Aerial Delivery Research & Development Establishment (ADRDE)
    22.Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE)
  22. Armament Research & Development Establishment (ARDE)
  23. Centre for Air Borne System (CABS)
  24. Centre for Artificial Intelligence & Robotics (CAIR)
  25. Centre for Advanced Systems (CAS)
  26. Integration of Strategic Systems
  27. Centre for Military Airworthiness & Certification (CEMILAC)
  28. Centre for Personnel Talent Management (CEPTAM)
  29. Centre for Fire, Explosive & Environment Safety (CFEES)
  30. Centre for High Energy Systems and Sciences (CHESS)
  31. Centre for Millimeter Wave Semiconductor Devices & Systems (CMSDS)
  32. Combat Vehicles Research & Development Establishment (CVRDE)
  33. Defence Avionics Research Establishment (DARE)
  34. Defence Bio-engineering & Electromedical Laboratory (DEBEL)
  35. Defence Electronics Applications Laboratory (DEAL)
  36. Defence Scientific Information & Documentation Centre
  37. Defence Food Research Laboratory (DFRL)
  38. Defence Institute of Bio-Energy Research (DIBER)
  39. DRDO Integration Centre (DIC)
  40. Integration of Strategic System
  41. Defence Institute of High Altitude Research (DIHAR)
  42. High Altitude Agro-animal Research
  43. Defence Institute of Physiology & Allied Science (DIPAS)
  44. Defence Institute of Psychological Research (DIPR)
  45. Defence Laboratory (DL)
  46. Defence Electronics Research Laboratory (DLRL)
  47. Defence Materials & Stores R&D Establishment (DMSRDE)
  48. Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory (DMRL)
  49. Defence Research & Development Establishment (DRDE)
  50. Defence Research & Development Laboratory (DRDL)
  51. Defence Research Laboratory (DRL)
  52. Defence Terrain Research Laboratory (DTRL)
  53. Gas Turbine Research Establishment (GTRE)
  54. High Energy Materials Research Laboratory (HEMRL)
  55. Institute of Nuclear Medicine & Allied Sciences (INMAS)
  56. Institute of Systems Studies & Analyses (ISSA)
  57. Institute of Technology Management (ITM)
  58. Instruments Research & Development Establishment (IRDE)
  59. Integrated Test Range (ITR)
  60. Joint Cypher Bureau (JCB)
  61. Laser Science & Technology Centre (LASTEC)
  62. Electronics & Radar Development Establishment (LRDE)
  63. Military Institute of Training (MILIT)
  64. Mobile Systems Complex (MSC)
  65. Microwave Tube Research & Development Centre (MTRDC)
  66. Naval Materials Research Laboratory (NMRL)
  67. Naval Physical & Oceanographic Laboratory (NPOL)
  68. Naval Science & Technological Laboratory (NSTL)
  69. Proof and Experimental Establishment (PXE)
  70. Recruitment and Assessment Center (RAC)
  71. Research Centre Imarat (RCI), HYD
  72. Research & Development Establishment (Engrs)
  73. DRDO Research & Innovation Centre (RIC)
  74. Scientific Analysis Group (SAG)
  75. Snow and Avalanche Study Establishment (SASE)
  76. Snow and Avalanche Complex
  77. Solid State Physics Laboratory (SSPL)
  78. Terminal Ballistics Research Laboratory (TBRL)
  79. Vehicle Research & Development Establishment (VRDE)

and many more!

Demand for 🐄 cows

The demand for cow dung reached abroad, Kuwait placed a big order
Foreigners are also understanding the importance of dung, the packing of dung is being done under the supervision of the customs department, “In research, the use of cow dung increases production”.

Agricultural scientists of Kuwait, a Muslim-majority country, have claimed in a research that cow dung is very useful in farming. After this, India has got the order of cow dung from Kuwait for the first time. On June 15, 192 metric tonnes of indigenous cow dung will be sent from Jaipur to Kuwait.

◆ This order is being packed at Sunrise Organic Park at Shree Pinjrapol Gaushala on Tonk Road, Jaipur.
◆ The number of cattle in India is around 300 million. They get 30 lakh tonnes of cow dung daily. Thirty per cent of this is burnt as dung cakes
◆ In the UK six million units of electricity are produced every year from cow dung.
◆ Apart from this, dung gas is supplied to 15 crore households in China for domestic energy.
◆ In a research conducted by agricultural scientists in Kuwait, it has been found that the use of cow dung in the form of powder has shown an increase in the date crop.

Its use resulted in a significant increase in both fruit size and production. After this, Lamor, a Kuwaiti company, placed a large order of cow dung in India. The first consignment of this order will be sent from Kanakpura station to Mumbai on June 15, from where it will be sent to Kuwait.

Essence of Geetha

Tell me, Doordarshan channels are being watched by almost all families, have you ever heard of Bhagvad Gita on Doordarshan? Gita is not taught in the schools.
The meaning and the teaching of Gita are not taught in the colleges. Private coaching classes or educational institutes never teaches Gita.

At the age of teenagers no one teaches Gita. Upto the age of 40/50 all are busy in earning and future planning. Entire life is spent like this. How can I explain you that there is no alternative than Gita?

Knowingly or unknowingly we ourselves have burnt our lives.

Ask any man or woman who has reached the age of 40, whether he / she knows a single verse of Gita and its meaning?

I give here the essence of all the 18 chapters of Gita in just 18 sentences.

One liner Geeta –
Will you forward and circulate this to all? Each one is requested to forward this to 100 persons in 4 days. Not only within your state but this should be forwarded to the entire India.

One liner Geeta

Chapter 1 – Wrong thinking is the only problem in life .
Chapter 2 – Right knowledge is the ultimate solution to all our problems .
Chapter 3 – Selflessness is the only way to progress and prosperity .
Chapter 4 – Every act can be an act of prayer .
Chapter 5 – Renounce the ego of individuality and rejoice the bliss of infinity .
Chapter 6 – Connect to the higher consciousness daily.
Chapter 7 – Live what you learn .
Chapter 8 – Never give up on yourself .
Chapter 9 – Value your blessings .
Chapter 10 – See divinity all around .
Chapter 11 – Have enough surrender to see the truth as it is.
Chapter 12 – Absorb your mind in the higher.
Chapter 13 – Detach from Maya and attach to divine .
Chapter 14 – Live a life- style that matches your vision.
Chapter 15 – Give priority to Divinity .
Chapter 16 – Being good is a reward in itself .
Chapter 17 – Choosing the right over the pleasant is a sign of power .
Chapter 18 – Let go, let us move to union with God .
( Introspect on each one of this principle) || ॐ तत्सत् ||

P. S. – Again and again I request you to forward this to 100 people and explain the importance of Gita.


कभी कभी मुझे लगता है कि मैं फिर से अपने बीते हुए दिनों से गुजरना चाहती हूं। किसी चीज को बदलने के लिए नहीं लेकिन फिर से अनुभव करने के लिए।

फिर से छोटी बच्ची होकर मां के गोद में लेटकर उसकी मुस्कान देखना चाहती हूं। फिर एक बार अपनी स्कूल जाना चाहती हूं। पढ़ने नहीं लेकिन अपने साथियों से छात्रावस्था के दिनों में रहने के लिए, जिन्हें मैं स्कूल दिनों के बाद कभी नहीं मिली। कालेज फिर से जाना है, सिर्फ अपने पढ़ाई को और एक बार खूब समझने के लिए।

दिल चाहता है पहले काम करने के क्षेत्र में फिर एक बार नवसिखुआ होना चाहती हूं, कामचोर होने नहीं बल्कि पहली तनख्वाह को हाथों में लेने की अनुभव के लिए।

फिर से शादी करना चाहती हूं। पार्टनर को बदलने नहीं लेकिन शादी की खुशियां धूमधाम से फिर एक बार मनाने के लिए। यदि मेरे बच्चे फिर से छोटे हों जाएं, इसलिए नहीं कि वे बढ़ रहे हैं, मैं इस बार उनके साथ खूब खेलने के लिए। मेरी उम्र लंबी होने की आशा करती हूं, ज्यादा दिन रहने नहीं लेकिन यदि मैं किसी का सहारा बन सकूं।

Interesting Post

Mridanga saileshwari temple

There is an ancient temple in India made famous by thieves. Four times in recent history, thieves stole the temple idol but returned it as they could not go far with it.

The reasons they gave ,makes the story even more intriguing.

Mridanga Saileswari Temple is an ancient temple located at Muzhakunnu – Kannur district in the southern state of Kerala.The temple is among the 108 temples believed to have been established by Sage Parasurama.

There is a story behind the temple getting the name “Mridanga Saileswari”.

Mridangam is a percussion instrument from India of ancient origin. In ancient Hindu sculpture, mridangam is often depicted as the instrument of choice of Hindu deities like Ganesha and Nandi, the vehicle and follower of Shiva. Mridangam is also known as Deva Vaadyam or the musical instrument of the Gods. It is believed that a piece of rock, perhaps a meteor, in the shape of Mridanga fell from heaven at this place and Sage Parasurama, feeling the presence of Goddess, invoked her into the Rock and established a temple for her.

Mridanga Shaileswari temple is also considered as the birthplace of South Indian Classical dance, Kathakali. In this temple, Goddess Sakti is present in three forms namely, Kali, Saraswati and Lakshmi.

A couple of years back, Rtd. Director-General of Police of Kerala State, Shri Alexander Jacob made public the stories of four robberies that happened in this temple in previous years. The estimated value of the temple idol is around 1.5 crores. With no security around the temple, it was an easy target for thieves.

The first break-in at the temple took place in 1979. The thieves took the idol from the temple, but the next day morning, the idol was found to be abandoned few metres from the temple. The Police couldn’t find the culprits. The idol was reconsecrated as per the rituals. The ritual lasts 41 days and requires certain mantras to be recited 41 Lakh times.

A few years later the story repeated. But this time, police could not find the idol and the investigation was stuck without any leads. The temple authorities decided to go for an Ashta mangala Devaprashna. Ashta Mangala Deva Prasna is conducted to ascertain the causes and to plan remedial actions.

With the deva prashna, it was calculated that the idol was travelling towards the state of Tamil Nadu but the powerful idol of Goddess will return to its abode by its own divine power.

As predicted, on the 42nd day, Police received information of an abandoned idol beside a highway in Palakat near Tamil Nadu with a note left behind. The note read – “The idol is from Mridanga Shaileswari Temple, we are not able to take it any further. Please return it to the temple”. Again the idol was reconsecrated like the previous time with rituals lasting 41 days. But the Police could not trace the thieves this time too.

Since this is the second time, Police suggested improving the security for the temple by posting a police guard there. But the temple authorities declined the offer saying that the Goddess can protect herself.

Soon thieves struck for a third time, this time, a gang from the state of Karnataka. They planned their route through the forests of Wayanad to Karnataka to evade the Police. The Police were clueless for the next three days, but this time, both the temple authorities and the local people were confident that the Goddess will find her way back, even if the police failed to find the culprits.

On the third day by mid-afternoon, the Police received an anonymous call from a lodge in Kalpatta, Wayanad in Kerala. The caller introduced himself as one of the gang members and gave details of the location of the idol. He requested the Police to return the idol to the temple citing that they are not able to take the idol with them. Police found the idol at the lodge, with flowers and a lighted lamp placed near the idol. The usual rituals followed and the idol re-consecrated.

Statue of Pazhassiraja at Mridanga Saileswari Temple
Police made a breakthrough in the second robbery attempt by accident. A gang of idol thieves from Tamil Nadu were caught when they attempted to steal idol from another temple in Cochin. They confessed stealing idol from Mridanga Shaileswari a few years back. Same way, people behind the third robbery attempt was also caught accidentally when they attempted to steal idol from a temple in Kasaragod in Kerala. They confessed their role in the third robbery attempt at Mridanga Shaileswari Temple.

Naturally the curious Police wanted to know, the reason behind the serial thieves, abandoning the Mridanga Shaileswari idol halfway through. Both the gangs gave the same reason that astonished the police.
When they touched the idol, they lost their sense of direction and everyone entered into a confused state of mind and lost all sense of direction and could not proceed further and they decided to abandon the idol halfway through.

Three failed attempts did not deter another gang of idol thieves. This time it was a gang of seasoned thieves from a minority community in Kerala state itself. They did not believe in the supernatural powers of the idol. They also abandoned the idol. When later caught, they gave the same reason for abandoning the idol.
There are a lot of things around us that we cannot reason with our intelligence and our scientific knowledge.



दोनों दोस्तों के बीच पार्क में चलते – चलते आज के सामाजिक परिस्थितियों के बारे में बातचीत हो रही थी। एक डाक्टर और दूसरा वकील थे।

वकील बोल रहे थे कि “औरंगजेब मंदिरों को गिराकर मस्जिदों को बनवाया। आज की सरकार मस्जिदों को निकाल कर मंदिरों का निर्माण करना चाहते हैं। दोनों में क्या फर्क पड़ता है? “

अब डाक्टर ने कहा , “छोड़िए इन बातों को आपका बेटा यहां जो ऐस्क्रीम् खा रहा था, वह अब यहां दिखा नहीं दे रहा है, कहां गया होगा?”

वकील बेबसी से बेटे को खोजने में चारों ओर चक्कर लगाने लगा। तभी डाक्टर ने कहा “वहां देखिए आपके बेटे को वहां एक काले कुर्ते वाला उठाकर दौड़ रहा है। ” वकील दौड़कर बेटे को बचाने जा रहा था। डाक्टर ने उसे रोकते हुए कहा कि ” आपसे उस लड़के को वह उठाकर जा रहा है और आप भी उस लड़के को उस आदमी से छीनना चाहते हैं? दोनों में क्या फर्क पड़ता है?”

*अरे! वह आदमी मेरे बेटे को उठाया है वह तो मेरा अपना औलाद है। और सिर्फ मुझे ही उस लड़के पर अधिकार हो सकता है। वह मेरे बेटे का अपहरण कर रहा है और मैं उसे बचाने जा रहा हूं। दोनों एक कैसे हो सकते हैं “? डाक्टर ने हंसते हुए कहा “अब समझ में आई न औरंगजेब के लूट और सरकार के पुनर्निर्माण के बीच की अंतर!!! लीजिए मेरे गाड़ी की चाबी और जल्दी बेटे को वापिस लाइए।”।


*Our trip is Very Short I’ve read this atleast 5 times since this morning. It’s so true and beautifully written*

A woman climbed up the bus and sat down beside a man, hitting him with her numerous bags.

When the man remained silent, the woman asked him why he did not complain when she hit him with her bags ?

The man replied with a Smile:
“There is no need to be upset about something so insignificant, as our journey together is so short,
because I’m getting off at the next stop “

This answer disturbed the woman so much , she asked the man to excuse her and thought the words needs to be written in gold

Each of us must understand that our time in this world is so short, that darkening it with useless arguments, jealousy, not forgiving others, discontentment and bad attitudes are a ridiculous waste of time and energy.

Did someone break your heart? Stay calm.
The trip is too short

Did someone betray you, intimidate, cheat or humiliate you?
Relax – Don’t be Stressed
The trip is too short.

Did someone insult you without reason?
Stay calm. Ignore it.
The trip is too short.

Did some one make a comment that you didn’t like?
Stay calm. Ignore. Forgive, keep them in your prayers & love them still for no reason.
The trip is too short.

Whatever the problems some bring to us, it is a problem only if we think of it, remember
that our journey together is too short.

No one knows the length of our trip. No one has seen tomorrow. Nobody knows when it will arrive at its stop.

Our trip together is too short.💛

Let us appreciate friends and family. Keep them in good humor. Respect them. Let us be respectful, kind, loving & forgiving.

Because we will be filled with gratitude and joy, after all Our trip together is very short.

Share your smiles with everyone….choose your path to be as beautiful as you wish it to be
Our trip is Very Short 💛…