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Written by Diyaa Joshi
In the brief time I spent at Divya Vidyalaya, a school for the blind and mentally challenged, my affection for this place, which I now consider home, has grown immensely. The atmosphere was filled with unity and love, creating a profound bond between the children and teachers. Each individual, regardless of size or ability, imparted valuable knowledge and gratitude to my life. This encouraged me to reflect on how grateful I am for my senses, my Hindu roots, my family and the daily sight of nature's beauty I am provided with. I learnt the true meaning of family – a connection extending beyond blood ties.
Witnessing the children's daily smiles, despite communication barriers, illuminated lives more than a single divo (candle) ever could. Our ability to play and laugh without verbal communication created a magical, unexplainable connection, forming memories to be cherished for a lifetime.
Take a moment to reflect on just how privileged we are and to not take this precious life for granted.
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