by R K Garg
Chandigarh, September 5, 2020: As the title itself states, it is all about spicy life or making life full of spice … some time intended and some time unintended.
But spice is always there, it is another thing that many of us do not realise it and enjoy it.
Many a time, we do things or express our views not knowing that it is also enjoyable.
Take an example : an illiterate person wanted to write a love letter to his matric pass wife but he did not know how to write … so he kidnapped a teacher and forced him to write a love letter which he gave to his wife without even knowing the contents, but he enjoyed giving the love letter to his wife.
Education is an important part of our lives and without passing a few exams, life is thought to be incomplete but do we ever realise that most of times education or getting some degree gives us a ‘logical’ sense or a sense to dig out nitty-gritties from everything.
We start finding mistakes and faults.
We start comparing everything, everywhere but seldom enjoy under the pressure of too much knowledge.
We can deliver a speech, make arguments and make big statements etc but when it comes to life, we are not that successful as we do not love our work and life.
So, we are literate but not educated to understand feelings of others, sometimes even our family members.
Unless we understand others and learn to handle the situation, we are not able to live life and enjoy the reality of life which is full sorrows, happiness, difficulties and this combination of all is real life.
In reality all such conditions are spice of life – if we are able to realise it.
It is personal approach – either we continue to make complaints all our life, or we enjoy it inspite of all problems.
If we have a better approach to life and are able to taste the spice of life, we make life better not only for us but for others also.
(The views expressed are personal of the author. If you wish to express your opinion, contact R K Garg at firstname.lastname@example.org)