Why can’t we simply accept people in our lives just the way they are, instead of constantly trying to judge them within our set parameters…
Sometimes I feel there is hardly anything in this world that could surprise me; and yet I have only experienced a fraction of a droplet in the vast ocean…
If you set expectations, you are bound to get disappointed…… let there be surprises and you shall find happiness!
It’s easier to be wise to others! We mostly cause harm to ourselves…
None is above or beneath another…. we may have different roles to play in our lifetime but each existence is equally important in this universe!
There can be less envy around if people could learn to appreciate in others, what they feel they lack in themselves!
Humanity has merely reduced to becoming a catalyst in the self-destructive process of this universe!
‘Nothing is permanent but change’..the moment we stop changing, we stop existing! There is a limit to the physical extent to which a human can keep changing..and maybe that is why we mortals pave way for our future and pass on the torch to the next generation to carry through the process of change while we embrace the end of our physical existence.
What we perceive may not be what was portrayed to us!
We are so busy setting expectations with our near and dear ones and then so occupied with working around those expectations, that we forget to actually live and enjoy our lives with them..
It is not necessary to have a constant compulsive need for justifying our intent and actions to be noble and altruistic… sometimes it is ok to merely acknowledge and accept our human flaws and occasional selfish motives, and just be fine with it!
Even the strongest and wisest may experience fleeting moments of indecisiveness; at these moments, emotional support from a near and dear one can rejuvenate, renew and refresh the person and help him/her in transforming those flickering thoughts of considerations into firm determination!
Reading in enriching…Writing is liberating!
कुछ आधे-अधूरे से क़िस्से बिखरे हुए हैं पन्नों में… उन्हें देखकर मैं रोज़ एक कहानी बुन लेती हूँ।
More than ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge that is dangerous!