What peak are you climbing?

THE CLIMB IS TOUGH…. : My cousin — Raja Da heaves a huge sigh of relief and rest after finally conquering the Naina Peak! You can notice the Peak height scribbled in the brown roofshelter behind him, if you notice carefully!
THE CLIMB IS TOUGH…BUT THE VIEW FROM THE TOP IS WORTH IT : Pictured once again my cousin, Raja Da, basking in the splendour of the breathtaking view of the Naini lake from the highest peak in Nainital. This view redeems all the agony of the climb and is well worth the effort, at least in my opinion.

1.) You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step, and then the next and so on. One step at a time. That is really all you can do.

2.) Dream Big. Start Small. ACT NOW.

Self explanatory, isn't it?!!

3.) We rise by lifting others

Looking back the Naina peak was merely couple of hours trek but some peaks a lot of us are silently climbing are lifelong treks. Day in, day out.

As i’ve mentioned above, everyone is scaling their own peak and challenging their own obstacles and taming their own demons whatever they might me. It helps keeping the above points in mind. One step at a time, consistent progress however tiny it may be and support is always round the corner. We can all scale our own personal Nainia peaks everyday. For some it might be very obvious and physically apparent like a health makeover, for others it may be career, finances, inter-personal relationships or perhaps something more invisible. Truth be told, the personal peaks are way more challenging and higher than most tangible peaks. Looking back the Naina peak was merely couple of hours trek but some peaks a lot of us are silently climbing are lifelong treks. Day in, day out.

Pat yourslef on the back. You’ve come a long long way. Keep Going.

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