Hi. So an image of 10 women sitting across in a room, what does that tell you? What comes to your mind? The most cliched one is they are all sitting and chit-chatting, kitty party chal rahi hai etc.
But this women’s day, we did something wonderful. So, 10-12 of us gathered and simply mused. We spoke about a lot of things, we picked up different questions and we talked and we shared.
We spoke just about everything right from the earliest memory that we had as children to one sport that we would pick up and there were so many interesting things that came about. The one problem of India that they would wish to go away. We discussed everything right from corruption, to justice system, to civic sense and of course the women’s issues. And then at the end of it, we had a wonderful potluck. We filled our bellies to the full and we spoke about supernatural experiences. Isn’t that super?
With that, I would just want to tell you that I don’t think we need to wait for women’s day or celebratory days to talk. Discussions lead to more knowledge… They lead to the construction of the self. So, in my opinion, the best way to go about doing it is just to ask questions. Ask questions to yourself, ask questions to people around you and hear. When you start to listen to what others have got to say when you start to take a stand that is when your horizons expand.
And with that let me tell you that you don’t have to wait for a special day to ask these questions. You can use these cards. They come with a variety of questions and they form for very interesting conversations. If you want to win these cards, it’s very simple. You simply have to leave an interesting comment or ask an interesting question and then you might just win a Musimgs kit.
That’s me, the MasterNi, Signing off for today.
I just want to say thank you very much for everything, for all the love that you have bestowed upon me and everything that we stand for.