30 June, 2018

Success and Satisfaction #WriteBravely

PS: This is the final part of the fiction series. I am very grateful to each and every reader who commented, appreciated and encouraged me in this Write tribe festival of words. I was really scared to write fiction on my blog for the first time and you know, I tried my best with limited time. Success doesn't matter but the satisfaction of writing matters.

Read other parts here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5 and Part 6.

Karthika is on cloud nine when she received the award from Business Insider as one of the Best Startups of the year 2018. The reason for happiness is not the award, but the thought that she could prove Rajiv wrong. Rajiv always insulted her that she cannot win life on her own without his support. 

There is no turning back for her. Gradually, she expanded her reach to other cities and became a popular brand on all third-party sites.

Now that the business is growing, she became busier. But, still, something is missing in her life. Neither the newfound luxury nor the comfort and money gave her happiness. 

She always admired the philanthropist "Mrs. Sudha Murthy" from her childhood. Inspired by her speeches, Karthika wants to do something which helps the youth of our nation. 




She still remembers her disappointment when she couldn't continue her graduation due to financial troubles. She started volunteering on a foundation which funds to build libraries in high schools across the nation. Also, she decided to contribute some of her profit to the students like her who couldn't continue her education.  This decision gave her happiness and fulfillment in life.


“A true hero isn’t measured by the size of his strength, but by the strength of his heart.” – Hercules



Until next time,






Linking this to Write Tribe Festival of Words 2018.



18 comments:

Anshu Bhojnagarwala said...

Sometimes money and fame cannot make you happy. Glad she realized something was missing in her life and acted towards it.

Bhagyashree said...

Well done. A befitting finale.

Unknown said...

Wonderful. Your short stories talk about larger than life characters.

Rashmi Raj said...

Oh beautiful! Such a fitting end to an inspring story Ramya :)

The Novice Soul said...

That was really nice. I am glad that Krithika got all that she deserved. Enjoyed this story.

Vidhi Duggal said...

Beautiful way of incorporating all the prompts in one story. Glad that the story ended with positivity

Suzy said...

Wonderful. Even when we reach great heights, we should remain humble. And there is nothing greater than humanitarian services. Well done, you did well with your stories.

Healthwealthbridge by Dr. Amrita Basu Misra said...

Loved the story .I hope Karthika will now continue to study since money problems are solved.A part 2please.

Shilpa Gupte said...

Reaching out to help others, giving back to the society is what gives us much more happiness and peace!

mahathi ramya A said...

True Anshu. Sometimes money and power doesn't give satisfaction.

mahathi ramya A said...

Thanks Bhagyasree.

mahathi ramya A said...

Thanks 🙂

mahathi ramya A said...

Thanks Rashmi. Iam glad you liked it.

mahathi ramya A said...

Thanks.

mahathi ramya A said...

Thanks Vidhi.

mahathi ramya A said...

Thanks Suzy . Means a lot to me.

mahathi ramya A said...

Thanks Amrita. No part 2. I was really scared to write this fiction . Thanks for your encouragement.

mahathi ramya A said...

Agree completely with you Shilpa.

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