This blog has been named ‘One Single Candle’ because of the potential power it denotes. A candle doesn’t give out much light by itself, but it nevertheless dispels darkness. It seeks not the caste, creed, colour, religion, race or wealth of those in its vicinity before dispelling their darkness. All that matters is getting as close to the candle as possible. Those that strive to do so, and those that can, are the ones who can see the most.
Secondly a candle loses nothing by lighting another. The wax that melts would have ordinarily melted even if it didn’t light another. But by lighting another it makes true the possibility of having double the light. By lighting even a thousand candles, it still doesn’t lose any of its brightness, instead it creates a flood of light that banishes the darkness.

Supposing the candle had decided not to light another, and lived its life. The light that it so preciously protected would die with it. Instead if it shared its flame with a hundred more candles, it would outlive itself a hundred times over. Here’s hoping that this one candle of mine provides that one spark for the revolution.

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One Response to “Seekers”

  1. Sid Says:

    so you know her huh???

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