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Mumbai got wet today..

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“Little drops of water”

And Mumbai got wet today. The monsoon started early this year and I don’t think anyone could have been more grateful. We had a real hot summer and many areas of the country observed severe drought. In such a situation monsoon has been a big respite for all.

As I told earlier in my post First Rain that i have a special bond with this season. Though many of my friends complain about the mud, the water logging, delayed trains, traffic jams and all other bad things rain cause, I just hear all that smugly. Because I love rains πŸ™‚ No one can make me hate it.

 

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“Fresh life”

When it rains and I look at the plants in my small but cosy balcony, I feel they are smiling with small beautiful droplets of water on their face! They are dancing with the winds and are lush with new life infused.

 

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“Wet earth”

The torturous heat is gone. It’s time to get all the torridness out and get filled with positive thoughts. This experience always surprises me. How just a change in weather can have such an impact on your thoughts. It is astonishingly true!

 

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“The worm for good”

Though earthworms were a pretty common sight back home, this was the first time I spotted one right outside my apartment in Mumbai. I used to find them yucky but surprisingly I was just so happy to find this tiny creature, childhood nostalgia I guess.

Do you feel a change in your thoughts and moods with any specific season? Share your experience here!

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Founder, Happy Roots. Passionate about agriculture, social change and rural economic development. I am on a mission to address the biggest problems faced by small and marginal farmers in India with technology and supply chain efficiencies. I work with small and tribal farmers across Maharashtra and help them connect directly with end consumers in high potential urban markets. At Happy Roots we not only build market linkages for our farmers but help them train and upgrade their skills so that we can nurture the next breed of micro entrepreneurs.

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