Poor yet happy Indian farmer

Poor yet happy Indian farmer

No matter how poor they become, their personality never leaves their smile behind in the progress of life. The Indian farmers need protection now. They must have been the real king once, but now, people do not realize their importance, not even their own sons and daughters.

I have great respect for the farmers of India, not for those who have lost their origin now-a-days running in the competition and leaving the values of life behind, but for those who have matured in age and in personality achieving the real peace of mind.

24 comments :

  1. What a gorgeous picture and gorgeous words to go along with it, thank you for sharing!

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    1. I'm truly glad that you like it Tamar!

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  2. You really captured the mood...love it.
    Laurie

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  3. He might be poor in means but probably is a lot richer in spirit than most of us. Living close to the earth is the greatest treasure.

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    1. You got it so right Maurizio. We all feel so, but are bound by some thing or the other that do not let us take a U turn :(

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  4. beautiful photo and thoughts

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  5. We can always learn from our elders. They have the attitude of being grateful for what they have instead of always wanting 'more'. Great shot and post.

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    1. That's perfect interpretation. I hope people are reading this and are taking the true meaning :)

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  6. Linda imagem e texto, me emocionou. Um abraço!


    Mirante da imagem

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  7. Every farmer, irrespective to where he belongs to, is a soul who toil the very soil where the energy of life springs forth in the form of food. The picture carries a powerful message for mankind. He is one with the tree and the ground around, though we see him as being separate. Contentment and contemplation in one place. nice shot.

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    1. He makes the picture complete, just as noticed by you with the ground and the tree :)

      Your words are awesome!

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  8. What a lovely image that captures your sentiments. Thank you for sharing and for linking up with Tones on Tuesday!

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    1. I'm really glad that you like the photo and my emotions with it.

      It's my pleasure linking up with your amazing Tones and Tuesday :)

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  9. What a great photo, love the subject, perspective and light... Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #62!

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    1. It's an honor to receive a comment of appreciation from a great photographer like you :)

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