The Hustle: Back in action

Life as we know it, is a long difficult road, with only rays of sunshine here and there. If we are lucky, we are living our life running around, trying to keep up with the pace of a busy life, trying to make everything work progressively and coherently.

I guess that’s where I’ve been. Trying to find my way back into the fight. I realised that all that motivation and positivity does not come overnight. It comes in waves and at most times you forget about trying to achieve it in the first place. And when you do remember, it seems it’s too late to try again.

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Waterfront Thoughts

When I woke up this one morning with a headache and then was on my way to meet my parents, I didn’t know I would be standing in front of a waterfront in the evening. The idea was to go to a library with my laptop, and do some writing. Somehow, spontaneously enough, I decided to come here instead. Now, as I’m trying not to feel my numb fingers (courtesy of the soothing, but cool breeze), I’m typing on my laptop with a lake view in front of me. I’ve always read somewhere or watched in movies that nature always helps you to write. Maybe the little birdie who just sat on my bench to say hi, (even though he thinks staring in the opposite direction is the way to do that) will agree with me here. I guess I’m about to find out if it’s true.

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The struggle is real

For centuries people have fought through and adapted through their internal struggles, all the while balancing families, children, parents, jobs, responsibilities, household chores, physical illness, loss of relatives and many, many more other similar crises.

Then why is it, that me who is blessed with a lot of the above mentioned attributes ( naturally not all), have such a hard time balancing only myself? Is it simply because I have it all that I do not appreciate it, or is it because I don’t know what it’s like to have all of the above and therefore lack the mere ability to feel content due to the fact that I don’t have to deal with worse case scenarios just yet.

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No Time like the Present

Life Lesson #1: If we learned to appreciate our mortality, we would be living our own life instead of someone else’s.

“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery. And today? Today is a gift. That’s why we call it the present.” – B. Olatunji
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So go ahead, and strive to achieve the world you want to live in. Because this is your time to shine and it will not lay dormant. Change is always difficult. But it is also the most worth it, only if you believe it to be…

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