Letter to my nephew
Happy New Year Pravir,
I wish more peace and happiness for you this year.Â Time is a concept that none of us really understand.Â How one moment actually changes to the next.Â Why space exists, why movement exists, why all of this has created all of us?Â What is it all supposed to be about, what are we supposed to be doing?Â At best, we are experimenting with our time here, either to create a legacy that will last beyond us, or to experience more happiness than the moments that have already past.Â At best, we are always stepping into the unknown.
Life, a movement from one unknown to another.
You may be too young to understand some things, but I know that you already understand the one thing that matters most in life: Love.Â Your grandfather, grandmother, father, mother and Â¨chachuÂ¨ love you very much.
The world belongs to you, and you to the world.Â Everything is a circle and we are all points along this circle.Â Anything you do to one part of the circle eventually touches every other part of the circle.Â It is never ending.Â What more is that everything that is inside the circle is the same as what is outside the circle.Â Emptiness inside, emptiness outside.Â Infinity inside, infinity outside.Â Only a thin line separates what is inside from what is outside.Â That is a circle.
IÂ´m in Quito, Ecuador right now.Â I went with 15 other friends who wanted to make the world a better place.Â I think of you often.Â How the part of the world that is somehow brighter because of our actions will somehow directly ripple brightness into your life.Â If everything is truly a circle that I have faith that what we do here will be good for you there.Â What is good for others, is good for me, is good for you.
I love you.Â You are in my thoughts, in my dreams, and in my convictions.
In this part of the world they say Â¨Feliz Ano NuevoÂ¨ (Happy New Year).Â Maybe one day we will have a conversation without words.