What ritual You Follow Everyday.Why do you do it? How did you come to adapt it? What happens When You Fail To Do So?

I am not a very punctual person by nature nor do I follow a proper schedule that segregates me from the common people except for a few things that does. I am a follower of Dharma and I try my best to follow most of the principles as prescribed in it. I am fully aware that I don’t always think well,of others,regarding others. I have my meanings of the world, mostly double meanings.
Despite all this one thing that has been constant with me is and what I am proud of is my faith in God. I believe in goodness, hope equality and friendliness and love and the eternal consciousness that binds us together. I have come to realize that things happen for a reason and that reason has a deeper spiritual meaning. One could say one thing that I do daily and may separate me from the crowd is the ability to think spiritually about most of the things if not all.
I do this ritual because I believe in it. In the goodness of people and that the collective humanity can progress and live in unity,peace.
I am not a constant follower of daily news but I do know that humanity is meaning in today’s so called practical world. Nevertheless I
believe in that shimmer of hope of a brighter future as I come to have for a long time.
I came to adopt this ritual because I realized the importance of this ritual. It influences me to be good. It drives me to be a better
person and make others around me happy too. I have come to understand a lot of things in life. I have matured. The change it brought in
me made me take it up as not a part of,but as my whole life itself.
On the days I can’t perform it are the days that I don’t believe I exist. Not because I follow everyday but because I fail to even
remember those awful days. It may be because I don’t want to. I feel let down on those days. Lethargic.Let down.Depressed about my life.
Gloominess. I hate myself the whole day. But then when I do follow the ritual on the next day I do realize that maybe it was just the night being darker than usual. Things happen for a reason and it may have been for something too.


If you were the new leader of your country and had the chance to transform something that’s currently an annoyance (or worse) into a very fun activity, what would it be? How would you go about the change, and why would you choose that particular thing?

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “The Fun Platform.”

If I was the new leader of my democratic country.Wow.And had the chance to transform something that’s currently an annoyance and yes

Being with the leader. What would I change!!

Being with the leader.
What would I change!!

definitely worse into a very fun activity,I would choose, among a lot of many things, the one I find the most needed-ambition.
Sounds confusing,right. But yes that’s what needs to be changed in today’s world too. Our children, youngsters define how a country progress. We adults just run the way it should and contribute to it by shaping it. But the very path of the country can be altered if every child knows what he wants to become. The herd mentality has to stop. Stop being followers of the followers. You are yourselves a job title. Don’t play the dog be the master that asks the ball to be fetched. They don’t realise that the ball is in their court.
If they did what they were passionate about, they would work for it whole-heartedly. When you love what you work, you stop working and start enjoying. A country progresses if its citizens follow duties assign to them as required of them, properly. Like a lot of things that matters,ambition defeats all. A passionate person achieves what he has to achieve not caring how he does it.
If that can change to a fun activity, pride for their job, uniqueness about what they do,we can be at peace finally. After all only successful people can form a successful country. And success is doing what you love and being paid for it.