Is it okay to give up? Maybe no. But letting go is okay right. They sound the same but one is less prejudiced than the other, won’t you say?
You are right, there are thousands of miles before I finish my journey but then the journey ends with me, on my death bed.
You see my unsuccessful attempts, I see them as fun stories to be told.
My journey is not what you want it to be rather everything I have ever wanted it to be. And I only wish when I finish it and the Almighty asks was I satisfied with my life, I am able to look at him/her and say – Maybe but I was surely happy until the very end.
What I was looking for was happiness even at my worst, to learn to love myself and support everyone else. And that is the journey I wish I have.
Sometimes I wonder what was it exactly as a kid that I amazed me so much about growing up. These few years have unfolded some of the truths of life that I think as a new adult everyone does experience. So here I am sharing the realizations that struck me when I started out.
We all preach to go on with life at our own pace but do we really stand by the notion when we are the ones in question or is it just another motivational quote?
Finally, we all say the system failed, it’s the system’s fault but who is this system exactly? Isn’t it the people? The ones in the power that we elected? So, who exactly is accountable? The ones that had the power to make a difference and failed us or us who had the chance to help but we didn’t care enough just like the time of elections? So, should we blame? And if blaming is a solution? And the important one is any of the government, be it central or state, can be termed as an efficient government?
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