#960 Not letting that balloon touch the ground

Human design is made to face problems/challenges and if there are none we make sure to create a few. Yes this game of kicking or hitting the balloon with hand and then not letting it touch the ground is one such self made challenge. It normally starts after someone’s birthday where we get a lots of balloons or when one comes from a fair balloons comes in along with kids. The rules for the game are not set, they get established without any announcement or efforts. The material required is also too cheap and very less, just a balloon. Number of players is not a constrain as even a single person can play this. If there are more, the merrier it is. This game starts the moment someone kicks or hits a balloon in air. Then someone else puts his leg and ensures it not touches the ground. As the time of balloon in air increases the challenge and passion towards the game increases. Now nobody want to let the balloon go down, people jump and dive to ensure it not reaches the ground. Life is just like this game of balloon, it engages and involves you in the rules created by you yourself. If you keep hitting back facing all challenges you enjoy the game, but what if you miss it? NOTHING happens the balloon simply hits the ground and you just have to start playing the game again.

After a long journey of this balloon in air when someone hits the balloon so hard that it moves out of range of all those who are playing and goes towards the door. Everyone is upset that now the balloon will hit the ground as nobody is there to save it. At that very moment you just come into the room opening the door. Not by plan but by your instinct you just kick the balloon when it was about to hit the floor. Fabulous …this indeed is a littleBIGthing 🙂


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