Writing makes me happy and the past one week I have been writing my Vrindawan journey posts that is basically enjoying the journey back with words and keeping the memories alive for forever by giving them a space in the blog.
Travel posts are energy boosters and a good way to keep your memory alive and refreshed.
Day -7 #HalfMarathon
Where I stayed ?
I had two trips to Vrindawan and during the last trip i stayed at Geeta Bhawan Ashram accompanying the people with whom I came .
What I saw there, left me to with new lessons. I saw little boys of 6-7 years of age, they left their homes at such early ages and started living at ashram searching for their God, hunting for their devotion greed towards Krishna.
Those little boys were playing football and wore a white dhoti.
Their everyday routine followed chanting God’s name, Yoga, working on concentration improvemnet, learning the chapters of Shree Geeta Ji , helping the Ashram people to cook food , milk the cows , take care of their eating, watering the plants, playing football and 6 hours of sleep.
I looked at everything and then later went to the mess to take dinner after the evening aarti.
The dinner was pure food with no negative prone ingredients .
And after the dinner there was a concept to lift your plates by your own, go to the basin area and clean it by yourself and keep on the shleves back.
I never cleaned any utensils at home earlier so I was deeply touched by their concept that never let anyone touch your eaten utensils .
I was a newbie in cleaning so I enjoyed cleaning it there and one day at Ashram life taught me that We humans should our work by ourselves intead of relying on others for anything because none is born to be servant of anyone and lift your waste plates and leftover food .
This time during the trip, i stayed at families own residential flat .
It welcomed us to a beautiful sunrise.
The place was good with air conditioners in each room, well furnished and with home meal made by the Ramu kaka.
It gave us comfort but taught us nothing.
So basically what I want to say is that life teaches us a lot of things but we ignore many things for our comfort and luxury.
P.S – Learning of life lies behind your comfort zone.
The post is a part of Half Marathon challenge with Blogchatter