In a combined effort of the National Organisation for Social Empowerment and Save the Quest, we talked to a middle aged man, with partial paralyses, who has been travelling all over India to spread awareness on Disability, AIDS, Youth Awareness and other objectives like that, also, fulfilling his love for travelling.
To motivate the youth and make his voice reach the zenith it deserves, we decided to talk to him and let people know about it endeavours and further aims. We thought Prabir deserves his share of recognition and hence, the interview.
“It’s not plan, but faith in the Almighty and being optimistic, that you cover every hurdle of life”, says Prabir Gadania, former freelance journalist, who was also a videographer and a tailor by profession. Prabir tells us about his adventurous life while he travelled across India to places like Wagha Border, in search of purity, happiness and the pure form of Almighty. We at National NGO and Save the Quest work to uplift and empower the differently-abled and Prabir would be the best example to show and prove that they are just ‘differently abled’, not ‘disabled’.
Charged with zeal to live and enthusiasm, he told us his story of how things have always fallen at their right place because of his optimism and belief in Lord. A highly religious person, he believes in open awareness and not following anything blindly. Prabir has successfully completed four journeys on his tricycle before this one.
When we asked him about his plan for combating the harsh winds and high mountains of the terrain in Ladakh, he chuckled with a laugh and said “The Almighty will show me the path and if I have a strong will power, I will definitely cross these obstacles as well”
As we moved further with our conversation with Prabir, he told us his larger goal of securing the NRI International Fund for the blind and the needful. Dwelling in his personal life, he told us he would want to get married if he finds someone who would understand him and his mission.
When we told him about our intention of the empowerment of the differently abled, he got highly impressed by our work and decided to take it forward with his journey and promote it wherever he travels.
Talking to him was like taking optimism lessons for life. We understand his struggle while travelling and therefore, we gifted him a set of track suit with a pair of shoes, and a memory card for his interest in music as a token of appreciation and respect for his work. The National NGO for Social Empowerment and Save the Quest wish him all the best for his further endeavours and his passion for travelling. We have always felt a need to give the differently abled fair recognition and have always strived to keep them motivated and unleash their potential in the best possible way. Prabir has not just set example for the differently abled, but for the whole world to see that ‘Where there is a will, there is a way’. We acknowledge and salute his courage and patience and would want the world to do the much needed.