Saturday, January 29, 2011

To put it shortly-

It takes so much time to discover. Discover your identity, what you want to be, and your ambition.

After discovering, it takes so much time to accept it all. Sometimes, there is a part of you that doesn't want to be what you are.

Your eyes fall on the person next to you, and you want what they have- their beauty, their popularity, their wit, charm- just about anything.
Something about their personality - that you suddenly want to infuse into your own.
Say, there's nothing wrong with wanting to do that. That is an absolutely normal feeling but it's normalcy has got conditions. Namely- you don't lose your individuality while conducting the transition and secondly, subtlety is a good choice in this case.

Once you're done with the acceptance, transitions and finally you start enjoying life, you realize that you're going to die tomorrow.

Life is too short.


6 comments:

AS said...

Is it not the thing most of us live for? just to find out why and then when we think we know, its the time ...
Wisdom comes at the end, for when we realize the end, we stop, and that may be the wisdom.
The wisdom at times is as minuscule as this . (dot - meaning stop) So its a choice between a . or ... (continues)

Remya said...

Well said.
Its true, to give up graciously at the right time with all the elegance that you possess in the knowledge that you have attained the ultimate..

And the dot concept was pretty nice ;)

Charu said...

Hummm, interesting thought. Not exactly new, but worth thinking about :)

Thousif Raza said...

u got that right, from all the falling, learning, getting up[ and finally being what we wanna be it takes so much time, it seems like a struggle... life is indeed too short... its only the people who be with u make it worthwhile, the journey becomes that much more easier with those.... nice view point remya loved it... :)


take care and keep writing........

Remya said...

@Charu: To put it quite bluntly, I think every thought in the world has been approached before by people who had witnessed much more and experienced much more..
In today's world, the thing that matters more is the approach that you undertake towards the idea as the idea will never be new- but the approach just may have chances..

@Thousif: You're awesome :)

Thousif Raza said...

and ur are not, you promised me you'd read my poem, where r u haan... hmph, i'm so miffed at u..