Holi, in it’s very essence, is a very beautiful festival. Full of colors and positivity, Holi brings with it lots of joy and happiness. Every festival we celebrate has its own set of practices. So does Holi. And if you look closely enough, every practice of every festival has something to learn from it. And so does Holi! Let’s find out what lessons the Colors of Holi teach us.
We Are All Equal
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Holi brings out the best in us. Families, friends, neighbours, co-workers, everyone comes together to rejoice in the beautiful festival of colors. We celebrate and play Holi with EVERYONE irrespective of their societal position, cast, religion, etc. Behind the different colors of Holi, we are all equal, we are all just humans. What if we could live our life like that every single day, Holi or not? Peace in our times, imagine that!
Holi teaches us to accept others as they are and appreciate the good in them.
Colors Are Important
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Life would be too dull without all these vibrant colors. Both literally and symbolically, Colors play a very important role in our lives. Holi teaches us to make efforts into making your life more and more colourful. A life filled with Colors of contentment, joy, kindness, respect, and humility is extremely necessary for a healthy and happy life. Also, we should dress in different Colors and decorate our house with all sorts of colourful furniture and home-decors. Colorful environment helps you stay in a good mood and keeps you motivated.
Always Choose What’s Right
The decision between the right and the wrong is very apparent but extremely difficult. While you may know what’s right, you may not easily be able to make the same choice. Holi gives us the courage to make that choice. It reminds us that good always triumphs over evil and thus, we should never stop doing what’s right.
Let us all celebrate Holi and promise to take away these lessons from it. It’s important that we live by these lessons throughout the year and learn some more in the next. That’s the honourable way of life. Isn’t it?