Monthly Archives: May 2015

Peace of Mind


Somewhere, sometime we all have thought about probable happening of something in THE future. Some ‘happenings’ are going to bring joy some to fear. In any case, creating hype or thinking too much about ‘it’ only obliterate the joy (as hype kills the satisfaction of the joy) and intensify the fear which will help ‘someone’ in your head to create chaos. Chaos which will either hurt you, people you love or you end up screwing things.

In return, we’d be calling ourselves ‘useless’, ‘cursed’ or a ‘piece of shit’. It started with a small dot in our head and became a gigantic extragalactic nebula.

This hype is the real reason we miss the joy surrounded us. There is no need to run from inevitable. Time for the resultant happening will arrive on its time. Till then dance with the wind, wink with joy and make sure your eyes smile. And, we should realize that we can’t change the outcome of the eventual but we can change the way of reacting on it.

In the end of the day, peace of mind is what matters the most in every case.

Thumbs up.

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Let history be the only narrator


Sometimes we suffer from a syndrome named as – telling people what we’re and what we’re capable of. This is THE result of people’s doubts which were generated due to some screwing-off by us at the first place. This syndrome is incurable until we realize that either we live our lives for ourselves or for people. In both cases, showing-off or telling people about our abilities don’t help us in moving forward. People don’t appreciate, they’d never do. We spend our important part of life pleasing them, satisfying them and creating hype. What we get is – the Trivial.

No matter what we do, what all matters is, peace of mind. And that won’t be coming if we hold everyone which passes-by and tell him or her that look this is my ability and this is what I’ve achieved. Now, appreciate me?

This isn’t going to work. Neither it was supposed to at first place. The story ends with the moral that let’s do our work and die. Let history tells our tale.

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