A lifetime lesson

“ A lifetime lesson “

In this story, I would like to tell you about a lesson, which I learnt in my road trip to Mangi-Tungi. The lesson is so connected to our lives and it’s worthy to be understood by each of us.

The night before the ride was full of excitement, thinking how beautiful it will be, how the roads and the scenic views will be. With all that in mind I somehow managed to sleep for few hours.

I woke up, the excitement was at its peak. It was a beautiful morning, had my breakfast, gear up and cold started my bike.

So left the home, headed to the train station to pick up my friend(who was with me as pillion throughout the journey).

Here the journey starts with a beautiful sunrise, have a look.





So, the journey continues, after few km we stopped for some snacks, on my fav place(rankuva), whenever I used to pass by, I never missed the opportunity to have some snacks.

So, after having snacks, suddenly we felt that we are getting late. So from this moment we started to rush(because we had to reach to the destination as early as possible),which affected our journey. we were not able to enjoy the moments of the journey, the beauty of journey, to stop and embrace the beauty of mother nature, but Yess we does stopped many times in between to capture the photos, but it weren’t that good because we were not enjoying it. Somehow we managed to get some good clicks.

Then we took a small tea break of 5 min in waghai.

Here are the photos which I shot before reaching Mangi-Tungi.

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So after a tiring 166 km we finally reached Mangi-Tungi at 1pm. As we arrived I saw that to go on top of the hill, we need to do hiking(using steps). It was so tough after doing such ride, it was a challenge for us, but somehow we gathered all the will power we’ve got and started to climb, it took us two glasses of lemonade and lots of body pain to reach the midway(which took us more than 45 min). As we reached the mid way, there were many monkeys troubling people. People used to carry sticks so that they can protect themselves from monkeys, but we were not having any stick to protect us. So after few minutes we decided to return back to the ground.

So after a tiring 166 km we finally reached Mangi-Tungi at 1pm. As we arrived I saw that to go on top of the hill, we need to do hiking(using steps). It was so tough after doing such ride, it was a challenge for us, but somehow we gathered all the will power we’ve got and started to climb, it took us two glasses of lemonade and lots of body pain to reach the midway(which took us more than 45 min). As we reached the mid way, there were many monkeys troubling people. People used to carry sticks so that they can protect themselves from monkeys, but we were not having any stick to protect us. So after few minutes we decided to return back to the ground.

It was a big big disappointment that we could not go to the top. The view from the top would’ve been something which we have never seen before. I still regret that we didn’t reach where we wanted to and all the hustle and bustle to reach the destination and to return home early. We could’ve enjoyed a lot throughout the journey, but we kept on the rush.

Photos of and from Mangi-Tungi

Photos

I took while returning back, I managed somehow to click these beautiful pics.


So, a very important lesson, which I learned from this road trip is that : “ Never rush dreaming of the destination, you will spoil the entire journey.”

“ It’s all about the journey, destination is just a checkpoint.”

So this is also related to our lives, we rush all the way to achieve our goals(destinations), thinking that we will get that pleasure there. Sometimes we reach successfully and sometimes we fail but, in all this hustle and bustle, we spoil the fun and the moments of life (journey).

Hence the conclusion is, keep enjoying the journey and eventually you will reach the destinations and definitely, whether you fail or succeed, it’s all worth it.

Thank you for reading.

——–A Lesson of lifetime———

2 thoughts on “A lifetime lesson

  1. Good work a_snapper, keep exploring new places, and the pics you clicked are really very good. Keep it up bro.

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    1. Thank you so much for all the love, Yess I will keep exploring. It means a lot to me.

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