Today I end the first day of the “Rising Above Adversity: The Baachu Story” campaign. So far, the journey has been a mix of intense emotions – from thrill and excitement to anger, frustration, disappointment, and loneliness.
I am a firm believer in resolving conflicts peacefully and with love, but despite my best efforts, the situation only escalated.
For the past 8 months, I have been doing everything in my power to resolve the issues with the APMP Board. Despite my efforts, they chose to communicate with me only through their attorney, which left me feeling discouraged and helpless. However, I have come to understand that I cannot simply accept this situation. I have tried my best to find a resolution and I will continue to do so.
I will continue to clarify the facts and do my best this can be resolved in the next 14 days.
Despite the challenges, I am grateful for the outpouring of love and support from my friends, family, and supporters. Your encouragement and kind words have given me the strength to carry on. I am reminded that love is indeed strength and together, we can rise above adversity.
As I look back on this situation, I am reminded that conflicts and differing viewpoints are a part of life. It is crucial to consider the mindset we adopt in resolving these conflicts. Opting for love and empathy increases the chances of a peaceful resolution. Conversely, choosing aggression often fuels even greater and more damaging conflicts. I will continue to share my side of the story and hope that the world will listen and comprehend my point of view.
I am grateful for the love and kindness that surrounds me, and I am reminded of the power of my voice. I am humbled and grateful for each and every one of you who have shown your support. I ask for your continued thoughts and prayers for strength and guidance during this challenging time.
Thank you for always being there for me.
With love, Baskar
P.S. With heartfelt gratitude, I want to extend my thanks to each and every one of you who have supported our cause. We’ve made good progress with 100 signatures on Day 1, but there’s still more to be done. Thank you to all who have supported so far. If you haven’t yet, please take a moment to sign and share the petition for Baachu’s fair hearing.