Mountains and Humbleness
Triund Hill and Dhauladhar being mighty mountains from centuries are still humble and their beauty teaches the fellow trekkers and hikers to be modest and generous to each other and in day to day life. Yet most of the trekkers going over Triund and pass Dhauladhar are reluctant to learn being humble instead they behave opposite. 90% of trekkers don’t greet fellow trekkers while they pass along nor even smile they simply ignore the fellow trekkers and move on. Trekking is no fun if one doesn’t greet or smiles to fellow trekkers. Without any politeness the trekking to such beautiful, lively and humble mountains is just like Show off and full of ego.
These mountains have been on this beautiful earth before humans and have seen generations of humans come and go.…humans will come and go but these mighty mountains will remain as they are till the end of the World…so we all should learn to be generous and humble to each other during trekking and in our regular lives.