Iyer Supply, wishes all its readers, fellow Bloggers and other people having access to this post, “A Very Happy And Prosperous Diwali And A Prosperous New Year”. But this time around Diwali won’t be as much fun as it would have been last year. One of the main reasons being, this year could be termed as a year of natural calamities. Millions and millions of people have lost their lives between last Diwali and this one for no fault of their own. Millions of others are still suffering the consequences of the calamities.
I would like to wish the following people specially, so that there is light in their lives this Diwali onwards. They need it much more than we do. These guys and the other survivors need lights and prosperity to continue with whatever they have in their already made miserable lives. Let this Diwali be prosperous and beneficial to the following.
· The survivors of the Tsunami waves that hit
· The survivors of incessant rains in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Vidharbha,
· The survivors of the hurricane destruction brought about by Katrina and Wilma who were confronted to nature’s wrath.
· The millions and millions of people who are being tortured and killed everyday at Iraq and still go un-noticed.(I know this is not a natural disaster, but I cant think of excluding them because they are undergoing the worst calamity of their life, even worse then Saddam himself).
These guys need much more prosperity than we do. We need prosperity to get ahead in life. They need prosperity to survive. So let me wish them all special “Happy Diwali & A Prosperous New year” and wish them a great year ahead of them. Let they have all the strength, courage and opportunities that are required to get them back on their feet and resume a normal life that they would have been leading otherwise. Let me re-iterate it again... These guys need much more prosperity and happiness than we do.
PS: Just to end on a senseless note, Deepawali can be broken into Deepa-Wali and the most famous Deepa-Wali is “tarannum” or more popularly known as “tannu”. I will take this opportunity to wish her “Happy Diwali” too ;) (I hope you are reading this)