Best is YET to Come

“Either you make your decision or eventually a decision will be made for you.”

The first time I heard these words, I was already in a state of despondence and it made matters only worse. Initially, I was frustrated and angered by the truth these words held. It took me days of pondering (after all I’m a human, trying to make the most out of this short life) to acknowledge and gradually accept it’s inevitability. However, when I did see past the illusions of my anxiety, there was hope.

Here’s what I want to share with you all and specially to my ignorant self:

“Life can be beautiful, buddy! All you need to do is let your heart be your guide.

Life is not a race. Just  because everyone are doing it, doesn’t mean you got to put yourself through it as well. Remember, sometimes somethings are not meant for you because there are better things out there waiting for you. You need to learn to walk away from things that doesn’t give you inner satisfaction. True, you might miss out on alluring opportunities and valuable experiences but there is nothing wrong about it. Instead I bet, it’ll do you more than good to spend your time and energy on things that truly matters to you!”

With this in mind, I proudly announce that I’m all set to be who I am meant to be. Yes, I am aware that in no time I might stumble and end up tumbling downhill. But unlike times before, I do believe in my ability to dust off and pick myself up over and over again until I reach top!

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Ultimately, its’s time for a new lease of life!

So without further ado, you’re welcome aboard…..

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  1. Very true, I learned that lesson over the last year. I transitioned from playing poker professionally for 10 years to teaching English. I wasn’t happy in poker, and the games got worse and worse every year, and now I get to live abroad and add to the lives of children instead of play on recreational tourists. Great post and welcome to WordPress 🙂

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  2. Wow ! What you have said is true. I too have been pondering over the concept for some time. Today’s world actually molds your choices. But without a stable financial support it is impossible for a person to follow just his heart, even though that is what one should really do in life, because that would only mean “living life” in a bigger sense. But thanks to today’s society and its the financial races. Most of us are unable to go by our heart. It’s a bitter truth.

    I like your thoughts and style☺. Keep up the good work.

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    1. Thanks Athul for taking time to share your views.

      I cannot agree with you more! However,pointing fingers at today’s society and the financial races will not do us any good because we still could adopt a life of simplicity. But I do understand, after having lived a life of sophistication, it can be really hard. Yet, if your heart is at it, nothing is impossible!

      Have a great day!

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