A lovely event by Forest Essentials got me heading to my favourite mall in Pune. A few warm and wonderful interactions, festive music in the air, elegantly dressed Forest Essential products for company, the most intense, enchanting aromas to awaken the senses and the goodness of Ayurvedic indulgence. (More about Forest Essentials and the event soon)
Sunday had me conversing with some wonderful and awe inspiring ladies who have seen so much and achieved so much. One of them is blessed with the most gorgeous straight golden hair, with ringlets at the end, the kind of hair that I dream of, the kind that would need an army of stylists and a few kilos of styling products to achieve. I was admiring her hair and bitterly complaining about mine, till she very casually mentioned that there are so many women who have no hair (she works with breast cancer patients).
It made me stop and think about how much I take for granted. I make a conscious effort to be appreciative, and yet so often I am caught unaware, caught complaining and caught taking things for granted.
Even in the most negative situation there is something to be grateful for….just needs a little soul searching..