Last week was Historic for India. Not because of an impossible looking chase made possible by Virat Kohli, an Indian Cricketer during India versus Pakistan in Melbourne, Australia during the Cricket World Cup.
And may be not also because of Rishi Sunak, a British Indian becoming Britain’s Youngest Prime Minister in 200 years. And that here in India, all are going gaga about 75 years later remark! Even though it isn’t any less an achievement. Given how britishers are divided on an Asian being their Prime Minister. In a hilarious swipe, I heard Trevor Noah stating on it being the revenge time, while coaxing the English people to imagine a time when the great empire was trying to rule countries where no one looked like them!” Anyways, I only wish that however he got elected, he must put his everything to get Britain back on track.
But for something which completely got overshadowed with all the happenings the world over. Last week Indian Space and Research Organisation put the heaviest ever Indian Rocket with 36 satellites into the orbit with a payload of 6 metric tonnes. And successfully positioning these satellites in space.
From this to
This. It is this that amazes us of how and what we have achieved in 75 years.
Decisions and crises and moments of significant effort and risk can be stressful.
But the challenge of a stressful day is rarely directly related to today,
it’s about tomorrow or years from now.
Because we live in the times and they are changing.
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