Blog on the Indian Revolution.
As the revolutionary little black fish said in that children's story before battling ruthless fish killing reactionary bird..."Death could come upon me very easily now. But as long as I'm able to live, I shouldn't go out to meet death. Of course, if someday I should be forced to face death-as I shall-it doesn't matter. What does matter is the influence that my life or death will have on the lives of others . . ."And these martyrs never died. They are the Shining Star whose memory and road leads to something worth living for, more than a landlord's inslut or loaner making you evade living.
I have translated The Little Black Fish into English. The ISBN numebr is: 978-1-4389-1399-5.You will find so many amazing quotes here than anyone can imagine from a children's book...
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