Wednesday, April 15, 2009

A hand to hold





It is an animation movie that inspired me to write this. "Wall-E" which won the Oscar for the Best animation movie this year. Story of a "single" robot who falls in love with another robot.

I always love and like to hold someones hand and walk. Not just someone, but someone whom you love, or like a lot.

There' s a saying like " never miss a chance to hold your child's arm..because a time will come when your child wont allow you to do so..." so its a usual practice in the childhood to hold the hands of their father or mother. But time can make things upside down, and now I hold my father's Hand since he is not able to walk properly, who is recovering slowly from a paralysis.

The last time I ever held my brother's hand was, when I was 15 I suppose. When we were crossing the road he held my hand and ,I never forget those moments.

Linked hand with crossed fingers, carry the warmth, love, and togetherness. The innumerable feelings that linger inside those hands is beyond words to explain. And I have heard many of my friends saying they hate walking with linked hands...I pity them..

Its a dream, an unfulfilled dream for me to walk with a friend with holding each others arms... and I thought I was crazy to think so. But when I watched the above movie, I came to know that I am not alone, there are people who think like me...

When t he movie portrayed the irresistible desire of the Robot to hold the arms of the other Robot, and when it fails, the Robot desperately cross itself its both Hands together and link the fingers. Tears rolled down my eyes when I watched this scene, because I used to do the same thing when I felt like doing so, so many times, to get a feeling of reassurance, and I kept on watching that scene again and again, And I forgot to count how many times...

(Bottom Line:- Human figures, actors or Human situations are not at all needed to portray human feelings. What needed is a Script writer and Director with Brain and Concept...)

(There's an amazing sky dancing sequence in that movie with full of Romance...)

6 comments:

~Cheryl said...

Beautiful words, Binoy. You give a lot to think about! Thanks.

Binoy Mathew said...

welcome....

frenchie4moi said...

I hold hand a lot with those I'm close to - girls and boys :). Thanks for this magical post!

Binoy Mathew said...

I think thats so wondeful.. am I correct..? So u feel the magic in holding hands... so thats so happy to hear from u...

*SparkleMirror* Kiln-Fired Art Studio said...

I like the way you express yourself, Binoy. You have reminded me to see this movie, and I will comment again on your blog post after I do. Thank you...

Binoy Mathew said...

oh thats so great.. thats a good movie.. watch it enjoy and let me know...