The first huge trauma occurred on 25th April 2015 (12th Baishakh 2072), which was very scary. The trauma took away many lives and properties. Still people have walked further to live a life those who survived, among them I am also one. The lives of people weren’t as easy as we imagine after the disaster. The year 2072 B.S has become bad as well as good for the Nepalese. After the heavy loss from the trauma people were trying to go further but as the deadline for the new constitution was going to finish the constitution was written, which was good for our nation. All the friendly and neighbor countries praised our country for our new constitution. Similarly, the Indian government also congratulated Nepalese government but the people of Terai region of Nepal were not satisfied with the constitution. Hence, started striking and later on the Indian government also did the economy blockade because of which we Nepalese, especially people from the middle class and below the middle class, have been facing the crisis such as food crisis, fuel and gas crisis. Due to these crisis people are also losing their jobs, which is increasing the number of poverty. After the trauma not only bad but also good things have taken places such as: if the trauma had not occurred we kids of Mitrataa wouldn’t get the opportunities to be heroes in our own districts and villages. Due to various aids provided by Mitrataa in many places people were relieved and also they were taught to follow different tips while the trauma occurred. It has already been more than 9 months but the traumas have still been occurring. My family has also finished the 9 month rituals of my little brother who was killed during the trauma. Looking at my family members it makes me feel that those people who survived have started to go further to live a good life as they lived before the trauma. The past was fearful as well as painful; still the people have gone back to their normal lives. I feel proud and happy to see them trying their best to live a happy life, even after facing the trauma like the hurricane. I also feel happy because I could go for the earthquake relief in my VDC because of Mitrataa. There are still going to be problems but also those problems have solutions. There aren’t problems without solutions. Hence, facing and solving those problems we should learn to lead a good and a happy life. Problems and solutions are like circles which are never ending. Therefore, I am grateful with God because I survived, though a huge trauma occurred, because he wants me to do something good. I am also thankful to Bec and Mitrataa for always being there for me to support and encourage me. About Sarita Sarita has completed class 12 in travel and tourism and currently works in a Montessori kindergarten in Kathmandu.