Don’t Give Up!
Dr. Kirti Bajpai 7th June 2020 199Category: Health and Wellbeing.(0)

A movie theater announced that an 8-minute movie won the title of Best Short Film in the World …

So, it was decided to display this movie in the cinema for free, so that the largest crowd could gather to watch it …

The movie began with a snapshot of a room ceiling that is devoid of any decoration and of any details; Just a white ceiling …

3 minutes passed without the camera moving and it did not move to any other scene, or any other part of the ceiling in the same room …

Another 3 minutes passed without the camera moving and without changing the scene …

After 6 boring minutes, the viewers started grumbling; Some of them were about to leave the theater hall; And some of them objected to the officials of the house because they wasted their time watching a ceiling …

Suddenly, before the majority became concerned and started to leave, the camera lens slowly moved on a wall without any details as well until it reached down towards the floor, there a lady appeared on a bed, who seems to be temporary handicapped due to her severe foot injury and multiple surgeries…

The camera slowly moved to the side of the handicap bed, showing a wheelchair and a Walker beside her bed…

The camera moved to the boredom location of the ceiling again; To show a sentence: *”We showed you only 8 minutes of this person’s daily activity, only 8 minutes from the scene that this hopeful handicapped lady watches at all hours of her day, wherein a friend or two when visit her some days for an hour,that gives her immense happiness and pleasure and you complained and weren’t patient for only six minutes, you couldn’t bear to watch it ..!

So know the value of every second of your life that you spend in wellness, and thank your Lord for every blessing bestowed on you, and you will not feel its existence unless you lose it …

We suffer from quarantine and the curfew, which is, God willing, for a limited time, and we do not know that there are millions who lived their entire lives in quarantine …though I overcame this after four year’s of lows and highs and support of some very close people in my life… But remember it doesn’t happen with all.

Covid-19 has forced us to have the time to think about many privileges , and we thank God for the blessing of the freedom of movement and out of the house to see life, breathe the air, and practice activity in its various colors …

So keep moving and dont give up…

Dr. Kirti Bajpai
Psychologist Counselor

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