Thursday, December 19, 2013

Dreams.


When was a kid, my dreams were about chocolates, dolls or Tom & Jerry. And after some years it went upto Super Mario, tree houses, fairies, secret gangs and mysteries.

As years passed, instead of doll houses I dreamt of high heels and sleek mobiles. And SRK replaced Mario. Cycle turned to scooter and cartoon times upgraded to girly gossip calls.

Now in my twenties also I'm dreaming... about achieving all my professional positions, business and social ventures, travelling around the world, owning a huge library and what not.

But once I met a person, actually quite a few people, who's oldest and only dream was to erase the darkness in and around their eyes and see the world in front of them, atleast once. Their dream was to see the deep blue sky, the dark wood of a tree, tear shaped raindrop or what actually colors look like. Their dream is to see the world, the people, their family, his own face with his own eyes...

... But for that they need someone's help. Someone should hold their hands and take them to their dreams. Can't we do that? Can't we help them to see this world?

Donate your eyes and organs.

Once dead our eyes and organs are not going to be of any use to us. So why not donate them instead of giving them to destroy with our body. Gift them to someone who really deserves it and who's going to take good care of them. 



http://www.onemilliondonors.org

I seriously don't wanna miss been the part of all those robotic and techno nave changes of the future, after my death. So to see the world, experience the future even after our last breath, I pledged to donate my organs. Yeah, I know it's pure selfishness! ;)

How about you people?

If you wish to bring change to a person's life... follow the link below the picture above. 


Today's theme is "Dreams".



22 comments :

  1. Truly appreciate your work !!!!
    Good Day

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  2. This is such a noble thing to do and a fab take on the prompt! Even I have pledged to donate all organs too. Recently, I got my card for that. It is wonderful thought of helping someone see the light or live for their loved ones, after our death :)

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  3. I did not see that coming. (Oh that was an unintentional bad pun, sorry!) I honestly hadn't thought about donating my eyes to science. Mine are starting to weaken each year, I'm not sure if they'd want them.

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    1. My eyes started showing trouble right from small age... (courtesy to so much of reading and video games)... and have been using specs too... but having vision problem is not a problem in donating them! :)

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  4. Sheethal , this is the highest form of donation , giving life to others.And in this , I feel , the dead person continues to 'live'even after he/she is gone away.

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    1. Yeah it gives a chance for us to see the world after death ;)

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  5. How noble. I pledged my organs too this year and I swear I feel so good about doing it.

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  6. You know, I never thought of it as a way I could live on through another after my death. That is kind of a nice perspective. ♥

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  7. What a beautiful gesture Sheethal! I hope this article of yours definitely becomes a reason for others to think about organ donation. Way to go! :)

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  8. I have always believed in donating my organs...been on the donor list since I was in my early twenties - nope, not telling you how long that's been! Nicely done.

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    1. That's just awesome! :) And no m not gonna ask your age... ;)

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  9. I signed up as an organ donor years ago. It makes me feel good to know that I may be able to help save someone else after I've moved on to my next adventure. This is such an important topic. Thank you for reminding all of us!!

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  10. Great post and reminder to everyone! We can make difference in so many ways even after our passing. I had signed up to be an organ donor so many years ago (most of my family actually) that I had forgotten. My organs are feeling pretty old these days, maybe they'll use them for 'what not to do' research. ughhhh (at least I have good intentions).

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    1. Very true. Even a single person can make a difference in this world. Thank you :)

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  11. Hi Sheethal

    Just WOW. Its one the best blog post I have read . truly inspiring.

    My blog website http://www.sweetsharing.com has completed 3 months . I want you to be a part of this celebration . Hence I have nominated you for Sweet sharing’s Wordsmith award. I hope you will acknowledge it & be a part of my blog forever :)

    http://www.sweetsharing.com/sweet-sharing-wordsmith-award-2013/

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    1. Thank you so much Garima. :) Know m pretty late on acknowledging the award... so sorry for that... but will do it asap. :)

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