- 16 JAN 2017
The Road To Recovery Part 3
“Hi Rohit, how are you doing? What’s up at school”, I asked Rohit giving him a hi-five. “I am learning how to skate and dance. It's fun!”, he said. Ramesh's kid was having a ball at school, it seemed. I looked up to see Ramesh sitting on his chair in the background, beaming at me. He seemed better from last time, 3 weeks back.
“So, Ramesh, how are things shaping up?”, I asked. “Good. I am more in control of the situation now. My biggest worry was Rohit's education. That was not something that I could afford to compromise on. With the money that I received from the claim I submitted to Edelweiss Tokio Life, I am now able to meet Rohit's school fees and that is going on without any interruptions. God knows what I would've done without the policy”, he continued. “ I'm now able to make all my payments regularly, be it the utility bills or the school fees or the society maintenance charges. I managed to even gift my nephew on his engagement. When I was in the hospital, I could never have imagined that things would be so good 2-3 months down the line. My recovery is also good. The stitches have completely healed and I definitely feel better”, he continued.
Of course, when you are mentally stable and in a good space, your physical health starts improving. With there being no stress of managing the finances, Ramesh was fast improving.
- 5 NOV. 2018
What if Things Don’t Go As Planned?
Any human being doesn’t want to even imagine about his / her death. All of us wants to believe that we are immortals. In Mahabharata, there was a dialogue between Yudhishtira and Yaksha where Yudhishtira answered the questions asked by Yaksha. One of the questions asked by Yaksha was ‘What is the greatest wonder?’. Yudhishtira replied ‘Day after day countless people die. Yet the living wish to live forever. O Lord, what can be a greater wonder?’read more
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