A well-wisher from UAE, Akbar Saheb shared his wonderful painting with me. I thank him for this gesture. pic.twitter.com/g05S4om9fd— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 17, 2015
Today is the 65th birth anniversary of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and for those who have reposed faith in his leadership, it is truly a great day. I don't really believe in fate or destiny, but if I did, I would say that the day he was born, after Independence and the bloody partition of the Indian nation, was a day when destiny planted the seed of change, a seed that would not sprout to its fullest till 2014, when Modi won a spectacular election victory and emerged with the first one-party majority in 30 years. More importantly, he emerged as a beacon of hope for the young of the nation who want to make their lives better, and their country greater.
It has been a long journey from May 16, 2014 to today, and there is still much distance to traverse. Ancient Indian wisdom teaches us to be patient, as long as the path is right, the destination will be reached, however slowly, but surely. With that, we wait for acche din, still sure that we have elected the right leader.