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The Rabbit whoForgot to Fly Anshuman Sharma
Copyright Copyright ©2012 Anshuman Sharma All Rights Reserved ISBN: 978-1-300-51419-0
Dedication Dedicatio To Gunn, Kli and Neelu
CONTENTSIntroductionThe Sleeping GiantThe MantraThe SearchThe PurposeThe QuestThe PathAbout Author
Introduction This is a work of fiction which tells the story of a young man named Victor. This story is histransformational journey of few months when he came in touch with a secret mantra. The storylooks at the various aspects of a teenage mind and tries to deliver a message to the readers whocan utilize these messages in their own life. The teenage mind, contrary to all the confusing data disproving their focus, is a powerfuluntapped resource. Teenagers are generally at a certain level of life in which they are bitconfused about their feelings and their ambitions. The education system in most of the countriesof the world does not focus on unlocking the potential of the teenage mind which can beexceptionally creative and analytical. In societies too teenagers are considered as rookies who do not have any seriousness orexpertise to do anything of value. They are supposed to only focus on their studies and aim toreceive good grades. They are also generally dependent on their parents for financial supportwhich blocks the freedom of thinking independently. But, if we look at the stories of successfulpeople who have changed the course of societies and history then we would find that these menand women first identified their unique gifts in their teenage years. There are people like SteveJobs and Bill Gate, who started in their teenage years, changed the way the people communicateand compute. Many teenagers are stuck at the mediocre level from which they are not able to releasethemselves for their whole life. The inferiority complex and lack of confidence which they hadin their teenage years haunts them till the end of their life. Interact with any unsuccessfulperson and enquire about his/her teenage years you would find the lack of efforts during thoseprecious years to break the shackles of mediocre thinking. So, it becomes extremely importantfor every individual to take the responsibility of their lives with improved thinking patternsand actions.
It is to be noted that every teenager irrespective of country, race, caste, color, religion,language and gender has similar potential to achieve greatness. This is the responsibility of theelders that they are able to unlock the mind and energy of the teenagers. It is in the grasp ofevery teenager, who is ready to take challenges and responsibilities, to bring the necessarychanges and improvements in the society. They need to understand few basic facts and take therequired actions to uplift themselves to a higher level, in every aspect. This book attempts to help the teenagers to realize their potential through the story ofVictor, who is a below average teenager struggling with the confusions in his life. Somethingdrastic happens in his life which changes him forever; with him the future of the society towhich he belongs. The readers of this book can understand this story in their own context andimplement the leanings of this story in their lives. They need to commit to honesty,perseverance and consistency in their endeavors. The creator of this work would like to see the teenage leaders all over the world, addingvalue to their societies.
The Sleeping Giant Victor’s birthday was coming to end but he has not felt it yet. As always, he was staring atthe clock hung in the middle of the wall with contrasting color, the wall was light yellow andthe clock was with the distinct red color. This clock was his main companion for last three years.He remembered the clock was gifted by Uncle Musa in the fifteenth anniversary of mom anddad. As it was an extra clock it was suggested by papa to put in Victor’s room. But it was kepton the table and remained there for full one week.“Why aren’t they putting it” every day, at least ten times, Victor thought about it “already mytable is small and I am not able to use it properly.”Seventh day Victor saw a thin layer of mud stuck to it. He could see it, even touch it. He wrote abig ‘V’ with his index finger cutting through the layer of mud on the box of clock. The written‘V’ looked massive as if it is shouting and saying that I belong to Victor. He smiled at it.“Mom, why this box is kept here?” Victor asked.No reply. “Mom, mamma” again, no reply.“Mamma, this box is just filling my table,” “I am not able to use it properly.”“Which box?” Mom counter-questioned her only child.“That red colored box which was kept by papa, last week” Victor shouted back.“Oh, that is a clock for you, put it in your room” Mom instructed.Victor came near the box and cleaned it with the cloth kept on the side stool, he did not like thecolor much as blue was his favorite. On opening it was a medium sized red colored clock withseconds’ hand in addition to hour and minute.