Tuesday, August 25, 2009

The right side of the window


Sometimes life seems to be like a parent and we like a child lying in a crib.When we cry, it makes us laugh with its tactics, like parents do when they shake a musical toy in front of a crying infant. Such are the ways of life that every tear is absorbed with a sponge of joy, and sometimes happiness exchanges its place with a pearly bed of tears.When we get too self possessed, its then that life shakes us up, making us realise that there is more to this world than the darkness within,we need to open ourselves in such a way, that when we embrace life, its positivity seeps into our soul, setting a ray of hope inturn lighting up the darkness that ever existed, in a way that our light outshines the rays of the sun. Its easy to be sad, its easy to crib, its easy to blame ourselves or others for our faults, everything that should be kept out of our reach, is kept well within our limits...we do reach out towards negativity and it embraces us in a jiff, but we keep positivity well out of our reach, making it impossible for its light to fall on us. This indeed is the story of our life where the fear of the climax makes us turn away from the movie.
Life isn't an easy path, but there are flowers growing here and there, in a hurry to move ahead, we forget to glance at their beauty.Life is more than just a path, its a journey that has beautiful sights on its way, if there are thorns on one side, there are flowers growing on the other, we just need to be looking out of the right window :)

9 comments:

Carol said...

Very nice. I like your reminder to "embrace life".

You are right, it's all there - the flowers and the thorns - and we get to choose where we want to put our attention.

Rush said...

right window...i like this
but i believe there are no rights and wrongs, its our perception..the thorns and lilies are all part of life and its their relativity that makes us appreciate and love life.

A New Beginning said...

True Carol, its our decision by the end of the day:)
Yes Rush, The right window is indeed the right perspective, here what I mean to say is we should'nt just look at the thorns, the flowers need our attention as well:)

Whirlwind said...

Awe inspiring one!!

manivannan said...

True sana...thorns and flowers are intertwined together in the path of life. Our duty is to strive to go beyond both of them....I meam to transcend beyond them, the good and the bad.

Very nice write-up!

Cheers :-)

A New Beginning said...

Thanks Shwetha and Mani for the warm comments:)

Mustaf said...

The pictures are awesome, true symbolic of the storyline, where/how did you find them? I also sometimes needed pictures for my post but i could not find them :-(

And coming to the post, you have very briefly narrated the essence of life.It is human tendency that whatever negative, forbidden, attracts us more, shortcuts always allure us than the hard work. We know the true delight waiting to embrace us on the other side, but the burden of walking that extra mile makes us inclined towards the easy and the wrong one.

A New Beginning said...

Thanks for sharing your thoughts Mustaf. I get pics thru google.Have a great week ahead!

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