Our own horizon

Get a degree.

Enter into a Job.

Love/Get married.

Work.

Eat.

Sleep.
This is the way?

Or 

There is something more, something which needs to be filled in between?

Or

There is something which needs to omitted to create more space in between?

Or 

There is no such sequence?

Or

There is a new way ?

– Whatever it is you create or choose, go and live it.

 Life has its own taste and texture when we set our own horizon, however, the problem comes when we continuously try to compare and scale our horizon with the skyline of others!

Comparison kills the very flavour of life. Inspiration fuels new energy into it.

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Finally got the perfect photuu to express my emotions ! 

Finally, got the photo to express how I feel when others who invest so much energy in being clever and smart (shaakaal vali smartness) to achieve something and in the end life slowly turns its camera towards simple and humbled beings!  

When life turns its camera towards simple and humbled beings! 😉

‘Bhagvan ke Ghar mein HD camera hai, Jo undekha Tadka bhi pakad leta hai!  ‘

A Short Guide to a Happy Life: Anna Quindlen on Work, Joy, and How to Live Rather Than Exist

Sharing with you something which touched my heart! 

Quindlen begins:

I’ve never earned a doctorate, or even a master’s degree. I’m not an ethicist, or a philosopher, or an expert in any particular field… I can’t talk about the economy, or the universe, or academe, as academicians like to call where they work when they’re feeling kind of grand. I’m a novelist. My work is human nature. Real life is really all I know.

Life & Work

Don’t ever confuse the two, your life and your work. That’s what I have to say. The second is only a part of the first. Don’t ever forget what a friend once wrote to Senator Paul Tsongas when the senator had decided not to run for reelection because he’d been diagnosed with cancer: “No man ever said on his deathbed I wish I had spent more time at the office.”

Don’t ever forget the words on a postcard that my father sent me last year: “If you win the rat race, you’re still a rat.”

There are thousands of people out there with the same degree you have; when you get a job, there will be thousands of people doing what you want to do for a living. But you are the only person alive who has sole custody of your life. Your particular life. Your entire life. Not just your life at a desk, or your life on the bus, or in the car, or at the computer. Not just the life of your mind, but the life of your heart. Not just your bank account, but your soul.

On Life, People and Love :

Get a life in which you notice the smell of salt water pushing itself on a breeze over the dunes, a life in which you stop and watch how a red-tailed hawk circles over a pond and a stand of pines. Get a life in which you pay attention to the baby as she scowls with concentration when she tries to pick up a Cheerio with her thumb and first finger.

Turn off your cell phone. Turn off your regular phone, for that matter. Keep still. Be present.

Get a life in which you are not alone. Find people you love, and who love you. And remember that love is not leisure, it is work.

It’s ironic that we forget so often how wonderful life really is. We have more time than ever before to remember it. The men and women of generations past had to work long, long hours to support lots and lots of children in tiny, tiny houses. The women worked in factories and sweatshops and then at home, too, with two bosses, the one who paid them, and the one they were married to, who didn’t. . . . Our jobs take too much out of us and don’t pay enough.

She continues:

Life is made up of moments, small pieces of glittering mica in a long stretch of gray cement. It would be wonderful if they came to us unsummoned, but particularly in lives as busy as the ones most of us lead now, that won’t happen. We have to teach ourselves how to make room for them, to love them, and to live, really live.

This is not a dress rehearsal, and that today is the only guarantee you get.

Source : Story Pick

Inspiring Quotes from Life of Pi

Sharing some touching quotes from the movie Life of Pi.

1. Doubt is good. In fact, we don’t know the strength of our faith until it’s tested.

2. Animals have souls, I’ve seen it in their eyes.

3.  God, I give myself to you. I’m your vessel. Whatever comes, show me.

4. Above all, don’t lose hope.

5. Patience!

6. Thank you for giving my life.

Share is care

Visiting her inner chamber was a broken experience, everything was in pieces!

Instead of trying to collect and fix the pieces, I chose to have a dinner with her. We walked into restaurant, I asked her to order all that she loves and wants to eat, we ate delicious stuffs and had an ice cream while returning back.

There was contentment on her face as we said bye to each other. I realised that we can help others feel better by sharing food together!

As a friend or a family member we don’t need to fix everything or resolve every issues in their lives, we just need to create an environment where they are comfortable to speak, communicate and share their being!