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PURSUING HEART’S DESIRES
of life are to be fought alone. At times it may seem that all battles of life
are being fought alone. I have come to realise and accept that there is no
getting away from harsh realities. On the positive side if you were to fight
them all with the right intent you will emerge only stronger. The consequence
of these battles may or may not be in your favour.
I keep asking
myself is this entire struggle just about survival? What about the intrinsic
desire to live life to the fullest? Well I guess all these come along with some
pre conditions. We simply can’t get away from certain responsibilities
entrusted upon us by life, or can we?
many questions make the path ahead hazy. We seem to battle denials and struggle
to find sense of balance. So would it be just right to swim through the tides
and keep hoping for better tomorrow?
there is no escaping is you are in the game of chasing what herd is chasing. It
sounds easy and joyous at times when we feel like dropping it all and simply
vanishing. But at the back of our mind we want to give up the pointless chase
and wildly pursue what heart desires. Come to think of it, may be our act of
trying to balance it all is the problem. It sure takes some guts to give it all
up in pursuit of heart’s desire. Uncertainty is the roadblock and at the same
time it’s also something we need to triumph.
to all of it may be residing in clarity of thoughts. If we were to have clear
thinking and strive to stick by it for good, things would be simpler. There it is
first step towards pursuing heart’s desire. Where would it lead us? Somewhere
for sure! And if we were to take it as learning in the right spirit, may be the
learning itself would be the purpose of action.
It was yet another Friday or billions of
earthlings. May be it was a mundane day ahead for
some and exciting for others. An exciting day ahead for the ones who were certain
of the joy to be unwrapped the next day, the weekend. Well, in my case it was
the former. Blame it on being one amongst the many who work on Saturdays.
The distance between us questions possibilities, Two souls who connect yet shall stay detached, Life running along parallel tracks that shall never meet, Yet hope says they would someday be entwined. UnInhibited feelings spoken, thoughts exchanged, Unassuming how the world would read them, Prejudices can't be fought, let free thoughts sail, It's a battle less spoken, but I know many shall be fought. Feelings expressed in words for many are view points, Sometimes misunderstood, unacceptable for few. Thoughts expressed are sometimes song of a bleeding heart, These emotions maybe shunned by many as no art. Questioned and unacceptable orphan thoughts, Wish to die accepted, but denied and stay detest. Don't let yourself be consumed by the opinions of others, Your soul deserves a sweet song, let it be one about it's zest.
The other day in midst of a long tiring journey from the airport I zoned out in thoughts, looking outside the window. What was I thinking? I was trying to fathom as to what's the single most element distinguishing mediocrity from excellence.
A lot of us have this beautiful idea in our mind to be achievers of some sort. Each individual has their own definition of excellence. All of it leading to creating a happy space in our minds. But these remain mere ideas and definitions in our head.
We have a lot of clutter occupying our minds. Some of it even includes being less appreciative of others success. Being too bothered about right and wrong of others choices. A bunch of useless thoughts which in no way are going to be helping us in our pursuit of happiness. When we are done with all the wining about the world and people in it, we get on with our mediocre life.
We seem to believe that there is solace in the cocoon of mediocrity.
"There are no easy ways, no escapes, Yet we wish s…