Hats off To Chak De

Ever since I got into
running
a couple of years back, I have become fascinated with sports,
especially because it is so character-building. For example, one of
the things I’ve learnt (the hard way) is team spirit, both in trekking
as a group and in running (which, in my opinion, was one of the
reasons that lead to ion).

I think every child should be compulsorily part of a sports team,
whether it is cricket, badminton, track team or chess.

I never imagined that Bollywood can produce a good sports movie, but
I’m happy to be proven wrong.

“Chak De! India” is a very good movie. Go watch it.

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“Run and become. Become and run. Run to succeed in the outer world.
Become to proceed in the inner world.”

— Sri Chinmoy A.C.

8 Comments

  1. HI Swaroop,

    “I think every child should be compulsorily part of a sports team”

    Forcing a child to do something he/she doesn’t want to is not correct. If a child shows interest in sports then I think all encouragement needs to be provided.

    Regards,
    Mahesh.

  2. @Mahesh: Many students don’t like studying, they prefer to look at business or sports. Yet, they are forced to study, aren’t they?

  3. @Swaroop: Would you like it if someone did the thinking for you? Imposed their will on you? A little bit of persuading children to study may be required so that they don’t fail, however living their life for them is not correct.

  4. @Mahesh: Whatever you just said applies to sports also. A little bit of persuading for children to play sports may also be required to teach them life lessons. For example, it teaches team work.

  5. @Swaroop: Of course, but if they decide they’re interested in something else, they should not be forced.

  6. really this movie is full of enjoyment as well as its a great leasson fo any team who who don’t have as much confidence, and its a great example of team-building…………

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