Tuesday, May 22, 2007
Pessimists move on
Pessimists move on…
Feels like ages since I stopped by to write. Every time I decided to write something it marks an occasion. A occasion of sorry or happiness, or apprehension or disgust or fun or just plain thought.
Today I just sat all by myself to wonder why people make life difficult for others. I stop to think why people are pessimistic. I stop to think, why in the first place think ill about others, leave alone raising their hands of vocing dim comments about them.
“What you sow is what you reap” this is one statement that you would hear over and over again… Yup, mostly in movies…. The dude JESUS mentioned it too. Jokes apart, I am thoroughly convinced of this phrase I have seen it happen to people in front of me. Sooner or later, they get cut by their own sword which while drawing back after piercing others.
Lets think of it this way. Does it really matter what you think about someone. Whether he is good or bad, who the hell does is he/she sleeping with, dinks and smokes. No, you are building all these thoughts within your own head.
You have no reason to make an opinion about others, trust me the more you do it, the more you get affected by it, not the other person.
Think about this…….
You’re at Bandra station. Waiting for the train to come. The platform is crowded. You hear constant announcements of a fast train that is passing by, the announcer warning you to keep clear from the path of the train. The platform is super packed. People are pushing each other. You try to step back, taking heed to the announcement. But something is no right. Someone from the crowd nudges you forward unintentionally. You take a step ahead. That’s when the train too approaches you. You stare at it point black. Thud……………………………………………………..
Shaken up??? Uncertain like is right?
Why do you want to care of the petty things that happen around you? Live life happily. Give others a reason to live. Be cheerful and always sport that smile on your face.
According to me, those that are really happy and those who are clear from within. Try to get into that league. It’s difficult, but the feeling is amazing. You wouldn’t want to get out.
Posted by Ralston Coelho at 6:21 PM