Lost in the Dark?
The perplexed feeling you earn makes you conclude that you have no more of anything to lose further in life, which totally leads to frustration, meaning letting go of inner peace.
You would have had a bad day. You find that people are big-headed. You think that things did not fall at the right place. This is alright. But wait. What do you call as a bad day?
Having missing the train or the bus? Checking in late for the interview? An error in the output? A scolding from your boss? Complaints over having less of salt in your favourite food? The annoyance about the late delivery of pizza? The burnt toast? A break up with boyfriend or girlfriend? A conflict with best friend? Disappointment about the incomplete work?
So these make one day of your life bad.
But think for a little while before complaining, because these are simple criticisms we face according to the varied situations. When you go through such seriousness, don’t you think they can be resolved?
Up till now, there are still people, whose lives are puzzling.
A man, pulling the four-wheeled bullock cart, receives a salary of ₹50 to run his family.
A lovable father, who is the pillar of support to his family, is dying of cancer. Every hair fall from his head reminds him of his death.
A child, at the age of primary schooling, sells plums at the school gate to take care of his sick mother.
A girl, who went for work, was raped on the street and never came back home.
A woman, being left by her husband, who guided her children with the daily wages, got her legs paralyzed in an accident.
An 85-year-old, despite having a family, is at an orphanage hoping for someone to turn up at least once.
By vocalising about the people whom we don’t meet in everyday life, you will notice all the incredible things you possess. The complications we hold have a way out, because what we experience is just a minute of trouble; but on a pity note, these people are fated to have a life like this. Besides all these troubles, they still hope for a one-step-ahead future. The braveness lifts them up.
Remember that we own something more than such lives. Sometimes, we take life for granted, having not satisfied with what we have. We seek for more—more than what we deserve. The thirst over luxury should be limited. That being so, when things didn’t end up the way you wished, be mindful of the fact that everything happens for a betterment.
© Yashica Priya