Today will go down as important chapter into future history books of our children as a day of great encouragement. A day of encouragement for all those who may have given up on their legitimate demand to have a fair shot to life. A day of encouragement to all those people who live in societies full of prejudices where people are judged by their skin color, race or ideology and not judged by the content of their character and their skill to bring about change. It gives us hope that we can dream to be anything and achieve anything, if we think we have what it takes to get there. It’s also signals the beginning of the end of an era for all the gatekeepers out there who decide unfairly on who deserves an opportunity and who does not. Barrack Obama deserves every bit to have a shot at this great opportunity to lead the most powerful and influential nation in the world. History will not only remember him for this victory but will also judge him with what he chooses to make of this opportunity. What can I say? Hope rings in my heart and makes me believe in my dreams again.

I will keep coming back to look at this screen shot whenever i feel i have hit a roadblock.

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4 Responses to A day to remember

  1. ifizzie says:

    haha. jamshed, i knew you would blog about this when the results came out!

  2. Jamshed Wadia says:

    Predictable ain’t i? 🙂

  3. Anonymous says:

    Nice picture hahaha

  4. Akrund says:

    i would add here a that in a Democratic india, we had this long back, Like Dr. Ambedkar wrote a constitution, Dr Kalam as president along with other Muslim leaders , Many Sikh's as President & Prime minister,

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