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  1. A vision

    Oct 23, 2006

    A loud cry and everyone in the bus was staring him grovel on the floor.
    His mother held his stomach which was in intense pain. In his early twenties he caught up with some cancer which was curable but treatment was a costly affair for the poor. Now I guess how that widow would have managed her life with her only son who was an added burden on her. Mostly prayers are for the well-being of someone but I guess that the old lady would be asking god for peaceful death of her only son because life was more dreadful than death. All I could do at that time was to pray for the poor soul.

    As the time moved on, this situation denied to leave my subconscious mind & I kept asking myself: “why don’t we have free medical facilities for all?” This question bears no answer but this has left me with another question: Why don’t I do something?
    Right now it’s more than a half decade to this incidence but still it appears as if it happened yesterday.

    Now I have a dream to open hospitals offering free care for the poor people & the dream is still a dream and all I’ve in this dream is a "WHAT", it still lacks "WHEN".
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  2. 17 Comments:

    1. samuru999 said...

      That is so touching and beautiful!
      When you see someone suffering...
      you want to help!
      Your vision is one of goodness!

      Margie

    2. Cuckoo said...

      So heart touching post!

      Sunil, your thoughts are very much like mine. I keep doing what I can do though in a very little small way but then there is a saying in Hindi "boond boond kar sagar bane".
      Keep it up. Don't let the spirit die and do when you can..

    3. priya said...

      That was so sweet sunil. You have a good heart to help people. Best wishes on your dreams..

    4. Keshi said...

      this is so very sad!

      Keshi.

    5. preetha said...

      If there are more people like you in our country, can you imagine where we would be today??? best of luck sunil in your missions!

    6. Very good one Sunil!

      By the way, did you change the address of your blog?

    7. All great things started out as a dream.You surely are a compassionate person.

    8. vibhor said...

      try to visualie ur dream and may be its a destiny that this kinda dream reoccur to you...
      wish ur dream will come true one day...
      take care...

    9. samuru999 said...

      Just stopping by to say "hi"
      Hope you have a great day!
      My poem was based on fact!

      Margie

    10. samuru999 said...

      Or rather I should say...
      "have a great evening."

      Margie

    11. Cuckoo said...

      Hi Sunil,
      You are tagged!! Check my blog. I wish you do it.
      Thanks.

    12. Sunil Parmar said...

      Thank you everybody...
      This dream of mine is definately gonna be reality...the only yhing is that it'll take time.

    13. Apun Ka Desh said...

      Our Primary Healthcare centers are bad. But - if the Health Minister spends time - figuring out charges against AIIMS director - where is the time to correct all the filth created in Primary Health Care Centers across the country.

      If 50% of foodgrains are stolen every year out those meant for distribution among those below poverty line - what can we expect of other services...

      How will this mess be created. Why should we allow this to continue.

    14. Apun Ka Desh said...

      How = Why... messed up.. :)

    15. Hannelie said...

      You just again showed how kind hearted you are Sunil. I got that link changed finally, thanks for reiminding me :)

    16. Velu Nair said...

      I am sure u r gonna achieve quite a lot in ur life, Sunil. And I wish this dream of urs turns out to be a priority, that finds realisation at some point of ur life or the other!

      :)

    17. jaipal said...

      hi!
      hope you remember that talk between us.................................
      whenever it may be, just keep me in mind.........

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