We have felt the impact of terror in our lives. One hears the bomb blast in the neighbourhood and is scared. Another person nearby may have lost a limb and just next door a friend may have lost life. Scary scenes these are indeed. Of course, metropolitan cities like Mumbai and Delhi have been worst hit in India and globally speaking it is New York City that bore the brunt. Terrorists move in with an aim when they launch a terror attack and to achieve the aim they go all out, come what may.
Ha ha ha- a loud laugh without any inhibitions- well, that is how the session on laughter begins and also ends. Interesting indeed. A number of public parks in India that is Bharat are full of people, young and old, men and women who wish to laugh but have been bereft of occasions and company where a loud laugh is encouraged.
A couple took their own lives when they were overwhelmed with grief because of the death of their only seven year old boy because he had contracted a deadly disease called Dengue. A tragic case indeed it was when responsible citizens, neighbours and loved ones shed tears but could not do anything to reverse the fatality.
Modern age war has undergone a change and it is so different from the Dharm Yudh that was advocated in ancient India. Now when a nation goes to war against another nation, the aim is to win. Win by any means, use any weapons, employ any strategy but achieve the aim.