Being in a house with the Mom who follows customs and traditions, the home would be vibrant and auspicious on that festival day inspite of being tedious and work ridden just before few days…
One morning my mother told me to clean the brass vessle with the aid of tamarind and brick powder to get it’s colour polished. As she went, I started my job scrubbing and washing the vessle for quite a long time unknowing of how it would look after washing, meaning I had no clue of it’s original colour as I was doing it for the first time. Sadly, my mother wasn’t there at home to enquire about it’s colour after cleaning. So unknowing of the output,I was putting my effort relentlessly. When my mother arrived and to her surprise the vessle came out to be glittering and looked like a new one .
She just gave a pat on my back and resumed with her remaining works but I was wondering about the lesson I learned from washing the brass vessle,
“When we put our effort relentlessly to acheive the desired goal, not bothering about the end result naturally we would be rewarded with the excellent result beyond our expectations”.
Beleive me Home is the first and best teacher ever and teaching is everywhere …..
So start listening to your life and you will also feel that “Teaching is everywhere”.