‘Change is the only thing that doesn’t change.’ – This is a familiar sentence that we are used to hearing often.
Sometimes when we are in a good place in life, there is a constant fear in mind that a ‘Change’ might come and disrupt what you’ve got.
How many of us have thought, ‘What if I don’t want to change?’
The truth is, change is going to impose itself on you, whether or not you want it. And the best way to survive in life is to prepare for the change, try to adopt to the changes, or even better make a change by yourself!
Surprise the ‘Change’ in your life by taking the first step towards Change by yourself!
Life will be much more simpler that way!
They don’t simply say that, ‘Behind everysuccessful man, there is a woman.’
But the unwritten meaning behind it can be quite revealing.
A woman can make or break anything. She can mould a beautiful statue from clay or she can shatter a statue to mere dust.
And the way she behaves is a reflection of how a man or a woman behaves with her.
If you embrace the inner beauty of a woman, she can make you do wonders. She can be the pillar that holds a castle up. She can project you to become a great man.
A woman can change your life; but only if she thinks to.
The war between the heart and the brain is incessant. While most of the time heart wants to give us immediate happiness, the brain comes in between and speaks about the logic of doing things for lifelong happiness.
Sometimes in this war, we are the ones who gets caught up and ends up wounded.
All the unhealed wounds or the wounds that have just started healing of one’s heart needs tender care and that’s when it is weak enough to allow for exploitation. And that’s when we inadvertently allow such persons to prey on our wounds and aggravate it into something more.
Don’t ever keep your wounds out in open for sympathy or expect someone to tend to it because, there are more people to hurt it even more than to cure it.
The world sees us and thinks us to be in a certain way. And so are we a mirror image of what the world wants us to be, or, do we believe us to be living our own life but actually are we making us think we are on our own?
We all hear and say ‘sorry’ a lot of times. But do we really mean it each and every time we say it out loud?
If we are really sorry for half the times we told a fake sorry or stopped ourselves from telling a sorry just because that is what people want to hear, many things in life would have been simpler.
Her scars on the body, an emotional reminder of the things she had undergone, though hidden behind her full sleeved dresses, serving as a permanent unhealed wound from then on, ever.