“When he got in and the boat was under way, and the rain-swollen river, like a stream of tears welling up from the earth, swirled and sobbed at her bows, then he felt a pain at heart; the grief-stricken face of a village girl seemed to represent for him the great unspoken pervading grief of Mother Earth herself. At one time he had an impulse to go back, and bring away along with him that lonesome waif, forsaken of the world. But the wind had just filled the sails, the boat had got well into the middle of the turbulent current, and already the village was left behind, and its outlying burning-ground came in sight. So the traveler, borne on the breast of the swift-flowing river, consoled himself with philosophical reflections on the numberless meetings and partings going on in the world—on death, the great parting, from which none returns.”
A: Why are you awake so late?
B: Sometimes the night isn’t that dark!
A: Night is all about darkness!!Isn’t it?
B: Na! Sometimes it’s more of inner darkness??
A: A person like you…who never gives a shit to any problem and is always super cool…is talking about inner darkness? Everything intact??
B: Things are intact. People aren’t!
Human’s tend to glide the sky of life on parachute made of false hopes. False hope is clung to with all one’s might and main, till a day comes when it has sucked the heart dry and it forcibly breaks through its bonds and departs. After that comes the misery of awakening, and then once again the longing to get back into the maze of the same mistakes. Throughout our lives we met a lot of temporary people – some of them we call friends, others we as such don’t even call. But life is uncertain. You never know when today’s “Hey there!” turns into a faded goodbye. Hello and goodbyes, Hello and goodbyes, Hello and goodbyes and between these we all have grown to the stage we are today. In the loneliness of his exile, and in the gloom of the rains, his ailing body needed a little tender nursing. And the exile was not disappointed as the life questioned him, “Are you feeling better?” Life and time is as many have quoted are like the tides, invincible and unstoppable. One clan drops, the other booms up…and the cycle continues. And the ones who don’t pick up the change and they are moving with the anchor intact are the ones who drown into the 36% Indians in depression. Sometimes, the only reason why one would not let go of what’s making one sad is because it was the only thing that made one happy. But you are better than many and so why let someone dim your light, steal your wind simply because they had to leave for your light was shining in their eyes? Not everyone you meet is meant to be in future…it’s like expecting a small role character to be the lead in the theater called life…Some are meant to be hurting so that you learn a life lesson.
And if you expect everyone to be fair to you just because you have been humble and fair to them, well then, my friend, you are on the wrong side of the road! This is like walking free in front of a lion with a belief that it wouldn’t eat you up all raw just because you are vegetarian! If you are looking for people/person who can change you for life…look up! Take a look in the mirror and there you are! Believe in yourself enough that you know you will be better! Be so busy loving yourself that you have no time for hate, fear or even regret. Though it may look difficult to jump but that’s the right time and exact moment to jump or else you will end up at the same place forever! “Karela for life”.You might need to cry, you might need some time to be back on track but don’t let go of your dreams and fairness just because that didn’t turn up well…Rewards don’t come sooner than obstacles!
An entire sea of water can’t sink a ship unless it sweeps into the ship, likewise the negativity wouldn’t put you down unless you surrender to it.