Making a difference

“Its said that life isn’t about finding yourself, life is all about creating yourself”…

But what I feel is life is too short to be busy in finding or creating oneself. If you don’t want to regret any of the times while you are on the verge of death, live every moment to its fullest. And in doing so  nobody requires any pre-planning. It’s often seen that people do sit and analyse their past, this is where one turns towards the door that makes you feel that sticking to a particular routine in a particular situation is what,  is required to make the full use of the particular moment. But answer this simple question_ how many times we are able to react as per our plans? It’s very hard to stick to a plan and if a person sticks to their plan, in my opinion isn’t he living the life of a robot?

We are humans and are meant to make mistakes, it is inevitable but what we can avoid is thinking and thinking and thinking …. It’s all in our mind, the more we think, the more information we get and the more we explore, we get confused !

It’s not that we should stop thinking, we must think but not always. Take the life as it comes. When the moment comes do not involve yourself into thinking that how to make full use of it, rather live do whatever you find will give happiness to you at that moment. Only then, during 70s when you will look back you will find you have got no moments to regret upon…

Live it out loud like the kids 🙂

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About Shree Shradha

Liberal, Free and unconventional with a sense of responsibility.
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2 Responses to Making a difference

  1. A lovely introduction to your blog. I think living in the moment and experiencing life to the fullest is “creative” as it shapes who we are and who we will become. Reflection is part of that (thus the thinking and choosing aspects that contribute to growth). Life is way too short. Enjoy 🙂

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