Can't get over this..Take me back!🔄
Duke's Nose- A begginer trek near Lonavala.
Trek by @trek_panda
Follow @trek_panda for travel related content and be a part of our unique trips.
Use #trekpanda or tag us to get featured.
I am going through a terrible personal and professional space right now.
It has been a turmoil to come out from the sad and depressing times over the last few months only to get back in the same dark hole
I am trying my best to keep sane
I am trying my best to hold on
I am trying my best to be strong
I don't know how much of it will I be able to make up for.
This picture is an inspiration to keep reminding myself
How to rise from being a nobody to being a somebody.
How to work hard and leave a mark in the world.
How to not give up and keep fighting.
I have hardly edited this picture much as I would like to keep it as simple as the man in the picture looks to be. @haram_khor_
Simple and Grounded
That's how I look at this man in the picture.
I don't know when will the hard times get over. But whenever I am on the verge of giving up, I will come back and look at this picture to help me keep believing in myself!
"Always stand up for your self-respect!"-Lord Ganesha.
Legend has it that once, all the gods and goddesses left Lord Ganesha in-charge of the Swargalok, as they left with Lord Vishnu's marriage procession headed towards Goddess Laxmi's abode. Lord Ganesha was tricked into taking care of Swargalok, because the other deities were embarrassed of his physical appearance and massive diet. On getting to know the truth, Lord Ganesha wanted to avenge himself, and devised a clever plan that would make them realise his importance. Ganesha sent his rat-vehicle, Gajasur, to dig up the roads that led to Goddess Laxmi's abode, and he obeyed. As expected, the deities couldn't proceed further, and called for help. A farmer who was crossing by the road decided to help the deities, and pulled out the carriage stuck in the road in the first attempt after chanting Lord Ganesha's name. He explained how only Lord Ganesha's name could have induced the strength in him to lift the carriage, since he is the Remover of Obstacles. This made the deities realise that there's more to a being than his physical appearance, and they returned to offer their apologies to Lord Ganesha.
Lord Ganesha's story is a lesson to never let anyone undermine your abilities, or your physical appearance cloud people's judgement of you. #lordganesha#stonestatue#quotebyganesha#storyofganesha#shotononeplus#shotononeplus6t