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Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Powerful but graceful



BAR_WW_BadegeSheela  was  a   Deputy Director of  Education.  She was a very graceful  lady. She commanded  great respect , not only  among her subordinates, but also  among her seniors. Due to an accident in her childhood,she was handicapped, but she never felt conscious of her disability. Where ever she went, she earned  several accolades.  A word  from her carried great respect. She  never allowed any one to come too close to her,  She  was  a woman of principles, who kept  flatterers  at bay. She never discussed  her personal  life in her official capacity.She spoke very  gracefully. She was a perfect  example of a person who is powerful but graceful.



Written for B A R Wordy Wednesday. This week's phrase prompt is 'Powerful but graceful'.


Submitted  as archives to B A  R The Group 6th July                                   


16 comments:

  1. Indeed! A fine example of power and grace! :) <3

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    1. This is a reality of a lady I know.

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  2. Wow, a person of such stature definitely needs all the respect that it commands. :) Beautiful expressions.

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    1. Yes. I know this lady in real life.

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  3. wow! what a personality she is! thank you for bringing her to us..

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    1. Thanks Parul. this is a true story.

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  4. An awe-inspiring lady, indeed!

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  5. Like they say Usha Ma'am, we carve our own place under the sun and nothing can unsettle her if we found our path towards fulfillment and happiness.

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    1. Vishal, you have very nicely assessed the position of the lady.

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  6. I tip my hat to Sheela, a powerful and a passionate lady.

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    1. Thank you Kalpana. you have rightjy placed the lady on a high pedastal.

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    2. Thank you Kalpana. you have rightjy placed the lady on a high pedastal.

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  7. Yes, there is grace and power in those who win over their disabilities....nice take on the prompt....short and apt....

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    1. Thank you Sumana for the encouraging comments.

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    2. Thank you Sumana for the encouraging comments.

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