Titbit Thought #31

It is a common opinion that situations brings out the true nature of the person, and sometimes those true revelations can be for the good too. 

If we look with a positive note over a painful situation, dire conditions can unravel the side of a person which is shocking yet pleasing – the good side. 

We have seen many people in our life and deemed them as bad by just scraping through the surface of their character. 

 What if it’s all a facade for some reason and when you peel that rough surface of the pineapple, you could enjoy the sweet, juicy portion inside? 

Wouldn’t it be wonderful, if worse is for good? 

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Titbit Thought #30

‘What is in the heart reflects in your face’, is long gone. 

Now people are so well-versed in hiding what they really are that even those few close ones are unable to see behind the projected surface. 

We see only what some wants us to see

‘Appearances can be deceptive’ – deceptive being the operative word. Believing someone and baring the heart needs to be so cautious that, in the end, we don’t end up hurting ourselves. 

I don’t mean that we must not believe anyone. Now that the people are becoming more and more self centred, it is time that we step up the game too and not fall into some trap and scar us for life. 

Titbit Thought #29

It is our effort, no matter what the result of it is. Others’ opinions doesn’t matter. 

If you are true to yourself and feel complete satisfaction without an iota of regret, then that is what you need to keep on moving. 

What people think of your efforts is none of your business, even if people judge you when it is none of their business. 

You do not need others to validate your efforts. 

Tap on your own shoulder and move on with your head held high. 

Titbit Thought #28

There is no rule in life that it has to be lived perfectly. It is not a crime to make mistakes. What is wrong is to make the same mistake twice. 

Mistakes are what are required to grow a level up in life; to not linger in stagnancy. Mistakes are opportunities that we stumble upon to acquire knowledge. So be happy when you make more mistakes because it provides you with a chance to gain some lessons from it. 

Titbit Thought #27

The highest level of maturity is when you realize that it is more important to make yourself feel satisfied, make yourself feel happy instead of pleasing others. 

The contentment when you try to do things for your own happiness, instead of considering the judgement of others or waiting for others to do things for your happiness, is when you can feel pure liberation. 

Titbit Thought #26

It is not fair on the job you do, or for the person you do, if, in the back of your mind, you have ‘Sorry’ as the go-to option. 

Even before you start the work, if you have some excuse prepared,  then it transcribes into how much you really want that work to workout for you. 

If you are doing something nice for someone else and have an apology prepared to fall back on if things didn’t  happen as it should,  then it signifies your real intention of how much you really wanted to do it for them or how they really matter to you in the first place. 

Titbit Thought #25

How do we define Freedom? 

Well, you may come up with multiple perspectives and explanations to define freedom, but, according to me, there is no particular universal form of Freedom, just like Freedom itself. 

But when freedom is bounded by various criteria, then it is actually not freedom. 

The boundary of the society, or family, or oneself must not influence our freedom. There is no term such as Restriction which is associated with Freedom. If it is, then we are probably fooling ourselves into thinking that we have the Freedom. 

For example, if you think you have or want to have Freedom to eat whatever you want, then nothing should stop you! Not the place, not the people around you, not even the food itself! 

If you think you enjoy Freedom, then nothing should influence it. That’s when you enjoy total Freedom and that feeling of having Freedom is incomparable to anything else.