With time, old definitions fade away

As I was scrolling my Facebook timeline today, I stopped on a quote shared by a friend on success  and suddenly I realised it’s been a long time since I used this very  term in my thoughts and  daily conversations. 

Now, I don’t know what success is! In fact, this very word sounds irrelevant to me in my present life. And so is the case with the word failure . This also doesn’t exists within my life’s dictionary!

It’s not that I have intentionally omitted them. It all happened naturally.With time, I learned the significance of peace, gratitude and healthy habits in creating our lives more meaningful and joyous. And this somehow took my mind away from the race-competition- success- and- failure framework. 

Moment of joy, peace, laughter, care, let go, love, practise, patience, gratitude and silence complete the circuit of my life. 

I laugh out loud remembering past moments,  when my mind and heart were sandwiched between the law of success and failure I borrowed from the society. 

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