Saturday, April 4, 2015


Sometimes anger takes over us; they make a puppet of us.

I've come to the stage in life where, I prefer reasonable argument over a ruthless row or a fist fight.

We make mistakes and learn from it, that's the way it is supposed to be. To feel human, we err. And to feel like a better person we rectify our mistakes, this is growing up. To accept shame, look at things as it is and still be on our team support ourselves morally; this is the mark of a strong person.

One can have many battles in life, physical and mental. These battles makes us the person we are. Be strong enough to forgive, and kind enough to forget. In the end you'll be left with a sense of pride. You can walk away from a fight with that pride, there's no shame in this.

 Accepting that other people also toil and suffer just the way we do is hard to do. We get on our high horses and judge people, even before we could get to know them.

Peace of mind is not that overrated. Just take some down time, sit relax and enjoy life.He who can conquer anger, can obtain freedom from his own mind.

Friday, April 3, 2015

To be

To be visible on-line is hard. The limited knowledge I possess of SEO and SMO isn't enough to garner readers for my blog.

Inspiration does sprout everywhere. But to sit and write, it's not so easy. Fear of possible grammatical errors and lack of cohesiveness stop me from putting words to paper. I've been sulking in doubt lately. To wonder at your friends work, think that it's better than mine is difficult. Jealousy play tricks on your mind. The little red guy dancing on your shoulder, weigh it down to stop your arm from moving.

Words form. They follow the course of mind, of the one who wields it. Mindfulness helps create good material.

I read recently that people who write have decreased stress levels. This explains the lack of serenity in me lately. I haven't been writing for the last couple of days. I was mostly staring at the computer screen or the roof (which ever one was on my line of sight). This catatonic existence has bummed me out, I remembered "Avoiding writing is the worst possible thing to do".

However, I've been listening to songs to cheer up, sometimes I delve too deep and lose myself to the tune and dance unconsciously. It's the 'Happy' song by Pharell Williams that I've been obsessing over. Bruno Mars' songs are superb, they are upbeat and cheerful. I wish to be the guy on the 'Lazy song', but I'm afraid that I'd turn to be a nube.

I'm battling extremities; and plead: if only moderity is kind enough to linger just a lifetime.

          “To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.”
                                                                                    ― Oscar Wilde