Find yourself again…

We usually forget everything is temporary, sometimes maybe the thought comes across our mind too and may be someway motivates us to do give the best and do something out of the box out of our comfort zone but then that moment also passes n that also becomes a memory and get stored. And we continue believing and living as if there are plenty of tommorrows waiting for us. We postpone our feelings, desires and words to another day, another week, another year.

Everything is temporary and forever is an empty promise followed by …Sometimes we get lost for so long that we forget what it was like to be ourselves…Maybe our life is not so much about becoming anything. But may be its about now not becoming everything that is not really you so you can be who you were meant to be in the first place.

जीवन की भाग-दौड़ में –
क्यूँ वक़्त के साथ रंगत खो जाती है?
हँसती-खेलती ज़िन्दगी भी आम हो जाती है।
एक सवेरा था जब हँस कर उठते थे हम
आज कई बार
बिना मुस्कुराये ही शाम हो जाती है!!
कितने दूर निकल गए,
रिश्तो को निभाते निभाते
खुद को खो दिया हमने,
अपनों को पाते पाते
लोग कहते है हम मुश्कुराते बहोत है ,
और हम थक गए दर्द छुपाते छुपाते
“खुश हूँ और सबको खुश रखता हूँ,
लापरवाह हूँ फिर भी सबकी परवाह
करता हूँ.
मालूम हे कोई मोल नहीं मेरा…..
फिर भी,
कुछ अनमोल लोगो से
रिश्ता रखता हूँ……!

Beautiful poem by
–हरिवंशराय बच्चन

Find yourself…

My way or highway…

So its a highway….


A big word with no meaning unless its from heart. Mere words “I accept or I ve accepted” is sheer fake sympathising feeling. It needs a whole heart and a soul to accept. We need understand that sometimes our heart needs more time to understand what our mind already knows. Its hard but a bliss to the mind if we accept things which are not doing our way.

Not accepting things as they are is a fight against reality. It’s kind of crazy, really. Say that someone said something hurtful to you. You can wish they hadn’t said it forever, but the fact remains the same—they said what they said.

Say you did something you regret. You can wish you hadn’t done it, which could keep you stuck for a long time, but here’s the truth—you did what you did.

The problem with wishful thinking, wanting things to be different than they are, is that it’s disturbing. It resists what’s real and keeps you puzzled, you stay busy trying to make sense to it so that you feel better. But it doesn’t work, and it won’t bring you happiness.

It’s liberating to know that there’s another way: accepting things as they are.Accepting things as they are is a beautiful starting point that opens up possibilities you may have never considered.

Easy said then done but worth an effort.

Acceptance is taking an honest look at things as they are right now. You let go of judging or interpreting. You don’t need to add the layer of feeling like a failure or victim because of the situation. Rather than turning away from a situation, turn toward it and see what’s here with great compassion and understanding.

Like its about your choices.

You can live forever waiting for an apology, or you can accept that it probably won’t happen.

You can continue with a habit that doesn’t serve you, say you drink or smoke too much, or you can accept that this is the reality and explore the feelings lying inside. You can wish you had made different choices, or you can accept that you’re in the situation you’re in.
You can spend your energy denying, defending, and avoiding, or you can accept. The choice is in your hands…

“She was beautiful, but not like those girls in the magazines. She was beautiful, for the way she thought. She was beautiful, for the sparkle in her eyes when she talked about something she loved. She was beautiful, for her ability to make other people smile, even if she was sad. No, she wasn’t beautiful for something as temporary as her looks. She was beautiful, deep down to her soul. She is beautiful.”

~F. Scott Fitzgerald