Again this time the entries that I have received were very less. The picture was very nice but probably didn’t interest the participants much. But those of you, who have participated and deciphered it was excellent. They were commendable which are given below:
Kalpana Kameshwari Vogeti: “No matter how small a splash you make, at the end of the day it’s the ripple effect that gets registered which is always huge.”
Archana Dipu: “Overcome your weakness. Turn them into your wings. Go, conquer that story.”
Preeta Bhatnagar: “Don’t be afraid to take chances! Go ahead and explore.”
Vishal Bheeroo: “Chew more than you can and when it hits the hardest! Get knocked and up to rise and soar!”
Sandhya Parida Majumdar: “May my faith always be like a hummingbird…returning to its favorite place, where she can quench her thirst.”
Prabhjot Kaur Saini: “It doesn’t matter if I am big or small, I will make a difference to the world around me…”
Mrs. Sandhya’s caption impressed me a lot as it tells how in our gloomy life and unsatisfied life only God can quench our thirst if we come to Him. But after discussing with few of my friends (not on Candles Online) it is my delight to announce the best one from all the above entries is Prabhjot’s as it reflects the message without talking about the objects that are seen to our eyes. So to speak, it is indirect and helps us to look at the picture again to affirm the message conveyed by her. Beautiful reflection!!!
CONGRATULATIONS, PRABHJOT KAUR SAINI!
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