February 23, 2012

Self- Destruction

SOMETIMES, you become your biggest enemy in life. Because what you do, is something no one else can. "Worrying 'constantly'". It kills! Not just kills, it paralyses you forever if you are not strong enough to get over it. And this is what you do-  Make them look even more complicated than they actually are! It taints your mind and steals your joy.

The truth is that we all are addicted to worrying. We love worrying. ;-)
Even if we don't have anything to worry about, we worry about what to worry about. :-/
When you start worrying, you are in what I call the "Automatic-Self-Destruction-Mode" !!!!

Sometimes life seems to be perfect, everything is in place, just as you wanted. I'm talking outta experience. And that's when you start worrying more, "OMG! How can my life be so perfect? Something is surely wrong! Is something bad gonna happen??" :-O Sometimes I worry about being a success in this mediocre world. ;-)

Worry is a misuse of your imagination.- Dan Zadra

Yes, life can get tough at times, but not "every" time!!! C'mon! You are not born to suffer. You are not meant to feel miserable everyday. And why blame karma? What goes around comes around. So, if you are worried more than required, it's really not gonna help. And you know what, most of the things you worry about don't even happen. :-)

You know what they say about worrying? "DON'T" !!! :)

Worrying about what people think? That's the least you should worry about. There are a very few people who really 'think'! :-P :-P Worry is like rust upon the blade. It is not movement that destroys the machinery, but friction. Think about it!

It makes no sense to worry about things you have no control over because there's nothing you can do about them, and why worry about things you do control? The activity of worrying keeps you immobilized.- Wayne Dyer

And as George Washington rightly said, "Worry is the interest paid by those who borrow trouble." So if you ain't a troublemaker, you do what you ought to do, then, don't worry, be happy and the rest will be taken care of on its own. :-)

Life is no less than a mystery, let each chapter unfold on it's own. Wait and watch what happens. Today's action determines tomorrow's consequences. Work on the present, if you really want tomorrow to be a 'present'. And if you are good, you'll get what is good enough! ;-) Worrying is not gonna help AT ALL. :-) 

So STOP worrying, NOW!!!!!!!!

23rd February, 2012

February 21, 2012

The Expensive Taste

Hmmmm. Being a creative person since birth and also pertaining to the literary intelligentsia, makes me very choosy when it comes to taking decisions for myself. About what I eat, drink, wear, talk, feel and with whom I spend time with. A hug, a smile, the tiniest gesture, a word of appreciation, acknowledgment, gratitude, love, care, concern, trust, commitment is really what I yearn for. I believe in enjoying the small things in life. The rain, the sun and its warmth, the chilly weather, the sky, the clouds, the patterns made by clouds, shadows, reflections, mirror images, the symmetry in nature, the sunrise and the sunset, the texture of the grass, the sand, the waves, food, the wind on my face when i'm travelling by an auto, the trees, the shapes of the leaves, the birds, the flowers, the colours, the solitary electric pole, all the stupid- little-things around!! I make it a point to take out time and STOP for a moment to feel the things around me. Don’t be shocked if you find me admiring some inanimate object somewhere, I do it pretty often. ;-)

You know why I call this taste of mine EXPENSIVE?

That’s because, well, ask yourself, how many of you do it? 

Stop running. Take a break. Pause. Look around. Everything is so beautiful. Life is short, when are you gonna enjoy?   

Hard to believe that right? :-)

This is the kinda happiness that money can't buy, that’s why I call it The Expensive Taste. :-D

So stop being cheap! Have an expensive taste! ;-)

[And phuleezzeee!! I’m not a person on a champagne diet, with a beer budget! Sarcasm, intended ;-P]

Cheers!(to life)
21st February, 2012