I was trying to take a photo of the sun set through the Chinese fishing net.
Suddenly I heard a sweet mellifluous voice saying, “Excuse me sir!! Can you take a photo of the two of us?” I turned around and saw a lovely lady standing next to me with sparkling eyes and a big, bright,beatific smile on her face. My heart skipped a beat.
The beauty about smile is that when someone smiles at you, you also tend to smile instantaneously. They say a smile is contagious. Try it at home,on your colleagues and on strangers and see for yourself.
I smiled back at her and told her, “ I will not take one photo but as many photos as you want until you are completely satisfied.” She giggled like a little girl and walked with her companion and posed. I took a few photos. They saw them and were happy. They told me they were from Paris in France. Immediately I thought of my blogger friend Catherine in Paris. They have come to India on a holiday. The lady’s name was Elizabeth and the man’s name was Luke. We chatted for a while and I gave them directions to visit some important places of tourist attraction. Then I told them I want to take a photo of them to post it in my blog. They readily agreed. You can see them smiling, affectionate, loving and beautiful. I gave them my blog address. They said they will check up on my blog and post a comment after going back to Paris. May God bless them with all happiness.
No doubt,I was thrilled to meet this interesting couple and talk to them.
However, God must have decided not to let me go with half a cup of joy on account of this chance meeting with this happy, vivacious love birds who had a zest for life.
As I walked, I saw the sun setting over the cloudy skies.
I kept on walking with my eyes fixed on the sky. Slowly I could see an array of enchanting and fascinating colors spreading all over the sky. The tapestry of colors displayed was so magnificent that I was totally dazzled and spell bound.
I stood there transfixed marveling the might of God. I was soaked in happiness and then I realized my cup of joy was full and overflowing.