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The reflection of lights.

Since it's officially past twelve, Happy Diwali! The day went by in a blur and finally after four consecutive days of swipe, dusting and cleaning, everything looks sparkly clean. It is as if my house is dancing with joy and content because of cleaned shelves, organized wardrobes, fresh crisp curtains, new bed sheets, aromatic candles etc. Not only my house but I am too feeling good.

Settled now on my dining table for writing a blog post, the time seemed to have come to a halt unlike the speed it sprinted during the day with! But it feels nice and soothing, this time of night. The fragrance of those candles is still floating in the air. Some houses outside still are flickering with colorful lights. World is asleep yet it feels as if it can burst into a celebration any minute. Such is the ambiance of Diwali. Its magic hardly ends.

Having said that, isn't it healthy to hold onto a few things sometimes? Like Diwali. It brings lights. A glowing Diya can enlighten any face. Like those colorful lights. They show how many rainbows life has hidden in its utility room and clicks the right color on right time only. Look at those beautifully lit houses. No matter the shade of paint, put a streamline of lights and there you go! Everything turns into a beauty. Does a smile not do such a job? Put it on and even the dullest face can go the most beautiful. Like those fresh crisp curtains, a sense of newness give a freshness to the mind. Cleaned and organized shelves say to stay tidy and precise. Tough but possible. Bursting crackers bring laughter and deliver more oxygen to the blood. Diverse Rangolis add creativity and bring people together. Sweets and delicacies are little crackles being enjoyed the most. And how come we can forget the actual message it is based upon:

The rise of good over the evil.

The festival is just not only about the celebration but it is also about symbolism. So many things...in fact, everything about it is inspiring, thoughtful. So it might not be a bad idea to hold onto it until it lasts. Make some good memories, share goodness, spread warmth, hug new ideas, kiss your love welcome, forget worries and smile...just keep up with good spirits. The day will go brighter and quicker, I promise. The celebration would be worth.

Now it's 1.34 AM and I am feeling kinda tired. So heading off to sleep only to wake up for another speedy day. Wish you a happy good day.

P.S. Not sure but may be will share some pics here later but don't wait up. I can get lazy!


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