Treading on time

Posted: January 7, 2015 in Personal
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Every year, an year slips into the abyss of death. But how do we see it? Do we see it with grieving eyes of days lost? Or do we embrace the new timeline with promising eyes? Is it about taking a minute to swivel around to look at your shit? Or while at it, gawking at those bashes you had focusing on the goods? The latter seems promising, right?

It’s all about perception. Life is supposed to be a party. Keep it that way. Take a moment to remember how the year went. Do an introspection of your life as you know it. You have another calendar rolled afront you. Tread on it with things undone. Reiterate only those things that are worth doing. Listen to Patton from Lone Survivor go:

Anything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. Moderation is for cowards.

Introspection is nothing but a report that manifests how you fared by looking at your past. It paves way for improvement. Also would inspire you to keep giving your best. Just like any report card’s purpose is.

As I sit here, trying to settle on another resolution, I wonder if I was even close to completing the previous one. I kept deferring it till the timeline passed away. It is time to conceive another one now. To the resolution that never saw the light: I will do you this year bitch! 😛

Like every year I am going to celebrate life even more than it deserves. Whilst at it I would lunge into the literary awesomeness. I would write more. I would stride into things I have been afraid of venturing into. I would take up challenges and finish all things that I had left stranded. I would venture another step towards what ‘I’ want to do, rather than what others want from me. Be my own boss! I want to feel things more. Wish to empathize more. Most importantly – want to grow.

Time has always been a bitch to me. I would make sure I relish it with utmost care. Someone taught me how we get 86400 seconds a day and we spend most of it unproductive. The comparison was made between 86400 moments being analogous to 86400 bucks in our account that would last a day and disappear every night if we didn’t spend it. Wouldn’t we squander it lavishly if we were promised the amount every single day? The point is – make the most of it.

We don’t know what growls ahead. Our timeline could just be a loop and we might as well have to tackle with our shit once again. If you do come across it, just don’t pick up the gloomy glasses to look at it. Try the happy ones. It wouldn’t be as bad.

Keep finding yourself. Yearn for your purpose. Take Twain’s lines:

The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.

If you haven’t found it yet, don’t call off the search. Explore every friggin area. Give everything a shot. Like I always say: If you haven’t tried it, you wouldn’t know how good or bad it is.

Replace every little memory of a fight you had with a picture of togetherness. Tear away every unpleasant chapter from your life that you are not going to revisit. Just focus on bygone goods and smile. Good times shimmer ahead. Make sure you get your gear ready for that leap of faith.

And dive!


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