Life is a bubble. In fact, so it shall burst even before one embraces life fully. And here we are struggling to discover the quintessence of one’s own worth but daring not to rupture it. We are struggling to discover the escape because this bubble is defined by someone else, yet we dare not break free because being cozily positioned in the bubble is not as complicated as the matrix.
And here we are as humans tending to live in this wrap with a series of clouded choices and opinions. It may be clouded restrictive yet comfortable to survive. Survive yes but prosper no. For to proper you must shatter it, recreate your own with your own rules.
Please the world if you must but at least define your own path, live by your own rules. Be the Edison who refused to quit or Walt Disney, John Lennon and the likes.
As it is life is unpredictable, it offers the opportunity for a Chaiwala to lead a country if and only if you were ready to grab the opportunity when it came your way.
It makes sense to control your present so that you can expect a miracle in future. Fail in life to learn, not to gloom. Succeed in life to achieve, not to gloat. Happiness is subjective not relative, something we need to realize. Make an effort to dig the perfect balance about your life rather than procrastinate.
Let life be a well calculated journey. As Nelson Mandela quoted ‘I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul’. Believe in carpe diem, seize the moment at present rather than waiting for future to define it.
Life is just a bit too short and just too beautiful to miss out on.