Life


Life is something we all share,
Just like oxygen, in the air.
The way we live it, is up to us,
With a negative or with a plus.

Life is something, we should cherish,
We never know, when we’ll perish.
Live each and every single day,
Smell the flowers, stop and play.

Life is something, we’ve been blessed,
Choice is yours, choose your quest.
Follow your passions, and you’ll be fine,
With the right attitude, you will shine.

3days quote challenge

​Day2

 RULES FOR THE QUOTE CHALLENGE

  1. Thank the blogger who nominated you
  2. Post 1-3 quotes a day for 3 consecutive days.
  3. Nominate 3 bloggers each day.


I was nominated by crystalamay.  3Days quote challenge – http://wp.me/p7GZQQ-bj

A big thanks to you for nominating me.

Today’s quote

“The greatness of art is not to find what is common but what is unique.”

I further nominate 

Eddaz

Gama

Eatsleepnews

#quote-challenge

3days quote challenge

Day 1

  RULES FOR THE QUOTE CHALLENGE

  1. Thank the blogger who nominated you
  2. Post 1-3 quotes a day for 3 consecutive days.
  3. Nominate 3 bloggers each day.

I was nominated by crystalamay.  3Days quote challenge – http://wp.me/p7GZQQ-bj

A big thanks to you for nominating me.

I further nominate 

Iamwashyy

Perfectreverie

Keywa Davis  for quote challenge.

#quote-challenge

Love story


Some stories are just so simple and heart touching.


 During my high school days, I had gone to my cousin Eva’s school carnival. There I met her friend Dhruv, a nice and decent guy. A few days later, I got a Facebook friend request from him and accepted it. However, we never chatted or commented on each other’s posts. Two years later, while I was waiting for the results of my entrance exams for engineering colleges, I joined BBA. When Eva came to know this, she mentioned that Dhruv was also in the same college and that he would be my senior. In fact, she had also told him that I was joining his college. On my first day, Dhruv met me and very politely said, “If you need any help, you can come to me.” At our freshers’ party I came to know that he has an amazing voice when he sang a song. However, I didn’t stay in the college for long as I got through my entrance exam and got admission in an engineering college. Dhruv must have noticed my absence, for I got a text from him saying, “Hey, it’s been few days haven’t seen you in college.” I told him the reason and after chatting for a while we both wished each other luck and said our goodbyes.But… We both lost touch, but thanks to Eva I kept getting updates about him. After finishing his BBA, he went to the UK for his post-graduation and later to Dubai where he got a job. Meanwhile, I had completed my engineering and was busy applying for jobs. As I had a lot of free time in hand, I joined a gym. One day, I saw a familiar face in the gym… I thought it was Dhruv! I saw him through the mirror and he looked different. I pondered for a while whether I should go and talk to him, and then decided against it. Last I heard he was in Dubai, what if it was some other guy?However, I could not stop thinking about him. So later that evening, I messaged him asking if he was in Delhi because I had seen a guy who looked so much like him in my gym. It was him! In fact, he told me that he also saw me but got confused just like me. We had a catch up chat and I found out that he had to leave his job in Dubai and come back to join his family business. And as luck would have it, the very next day I got a job and so I had to leave the gym due to my work timings. Six months later, after my work routine was set, I joined another gym near my office. And on the very first evening I got a message from Dhruv, “Are you still going to the gym?” I was shocked. It would be too much of a coincidence if he had joined my new gym too… I looked around to see if he was there but he wasn’t. Turns out he had just sent the text to talk to me. We started chatting, and this time the conversation didn’t end after a while… it went on for hours. Our chats became more regular, after talking to him for just a week I knew I had fallen for him. My friends were totally surprised because I am not someone who trusts people easily, but it was different with him. We both decided that we had to go on our first date. And our first date was no less than magical. I had never felt so connected with a guy the way I did with him. I know it sounds crazy but we decided to tell our parents about us. Like they say, if it’s meant to happen, things will fall into place. Four months later, we got engaged and got married after a year. When I think back, it seems unbelievable the way we kept meeting each other at different stages of life. BTW, he told me that he found me pretty the day he saw me at his school’s carnival and had a crush on me when I joined his college. He also confessed that he sang at our freshers’ party to impress me! He had told his friends about me after he saw me at the gym and he had to sum up courage for six months to send me that message. LOL. I’m head over heels in love with this guy. And my own story has made me believe that matches are made in heaven and if you’re meant to be with someone, you will find him! 

Someday I will

When was the last time you thought, “Someday, I’ll […]” before filling in the blank with a goal for your future?


Maybe one of these will apply:

*Someday I’ll get a job I actually enjoy.

*Someday I’ll get myself in good physical health.

*Someday I’ll go back to school and get that degree.
*Someday I’ll get our family out of debt.
*Someday I’ll find that special person to marry.
*Someday I’ll join a good church where I fit in.
*Someday I’ll buy a house we feel comfortable in.
I’ve found that more often than not, we say “Someday” with pessimism instead of hope. It’s typically a fatalistic resignation to the death of some kind of dream more than it is a confident expectation for the future.

“Someday…” is a way of communicating what we wish would happen but deep down inside don’t really think will. Like a medicinal pill or therapeutic exercise, our dreams for “Someday…” are just a mind trick we use to get our dissatisfied hearts through one more disappointing day.

The reason our “Someday…” statements are more fatalistic than hopeful is because, in our sane moments, we know that we don’t have the power and control over our world that we’d need to have in order to guarantee the realization of our dreams. We also know that we’re reaping the harvest of poor choices we’ve sown that have led us to where we are.

Share your opinions:D

Rain

               I sat here, waiting for the rain, 

On a fresh new porch, 
I held my brain.

Heavy thoughts filled my mind, 
Exhausted, from the
routine grind.

Rains arrival, 
I awaited with pleasure, 
Cleansing drops, 
became my treasure.

I yelled out for
heaven’s tear, 
All my sorrows, 
I hoped it shall clear.

When the very first drop, 
hit my head, 
Pure excitement, 
virally spread.

Came down suddenly, 
it started to pour, 
My heart and spirit, 
began to soar.

Seconds later my life was
cleansed and soaked, 
My clear mind, 
has been evoked.

Relationship hacks

Sometimes you might feel like you’re desperate to be in a relationship…until the possibility is right in front of you.When trying to find love, often fear is the one, huge thing standing in the way. But you learned when you were three — with the whole “monsters under the bed” thing — that some fears are imaginary. Here are some reasons why we are actually afraid of getting into relationships.

  1. You are afraid of heartbreak


Let’s get this one out of the way right off the bat. Everyone is afraid of getting hurt. We never want to get hurt. Right? But everything comes with pros and cons, so does love . You Don’t need to control yourself on this. Some or the other person is going to hurt you anyway  we just have to find who’s worth suffering for…


 2.YOU’RE AFRAID TO NOT BE SINGLE ANYMORE.

Being single is awesome. But unless you have very, very strong convictions to be single for the rest of your life, you are going to have to change sometime. You might like being single now. But ask yourself: do you want to be alone for the rest of your life? Picture yourself living alone in 40 years. Are you okay with that? The answer to that question can be yes. But if you are unsure, and there is someone in your life who you are interested in exploring a relationship with, and they are standing there with their arms open to you, and they are willing to help you out of your comfort zone into a new zone of possible relationship awesomeness, then for God’s sake, let them. 


3.YOU’RE AFRAID TO LET SOMEONE GET TO KNOW YOU.


If you haven’t been in a lot of relationships, it might seem strange to let someone get to know you — to see you disheveled in the morning, to see you at your best and worst, to truly let someone into your life. You might think the only reason you seem desirable to anyone is because they don’t know you that well — because you have managed to put the best version of yourself on display — something you can’t necessarily do when you throw yourself into a honest relationship. But remember that you can’t hide forever and nobody is perfect. Your new boyfriend/girlfriend is not perfect, either. We’ve all received the memo, and we are all okay with it.


 4.YOU’RE AFRAID THAT LOVE DOESN’T WORK.

Maybe you never saw successful couples when you were young, or maybe your parents got along so well you thought, “No way will I get that lucky!” Either way, you can’t give up. Love never works perfectly all the time, but that doesn’t mean it’s not the best thing you will ever experience — the bad and the good makes that so.

So guys, feel free to fall in love. It’s the best feeling ever.you’ll realize soon.❤❤