She turned demure from her effervescent self! She always looked at her worries as something ephemeral. She hoped for something enchanting to mesmerize her soul again.To each of them, their daily chores seemed imbricated.The lassitude of monotony took over their felicity.
Phew!! That was some great choice of words up there…most of these words have been rated amongst the top 100 words in english language.
Funny isn’t it, how we have come to choosing things that are a trend.
Be it an electronic gadget, a fad diet, be it the top fashion trends, choosing a healthy lifestyle, choosing a school and sometimes even a top rated career!
Every choice is based on someone else’s choice. If I subtly put it, we fear doing something that’s unique, we get engulfed with the “log kya kahenge syndrome”.
We all have tried and failed at something or the other, given it a try again.Some of us have succeded and some of us have failed again.A very recent detergent ad was doing the rounds on social media that laid focus on the difference between how adults look at failure and how children look at failure. A prominent message from the ad was that we adults, fear losing .
Remember how we get back up after falling, of course some wounds will make it harder, but you can’t always stay down for the fear of falling again.
Raising a kid is not just about parenting and teaching them the good values, its infact more about learning from them.
Their kindness, innocence, ability to find happiness in the smallest of things and their never give up attitude, ( even if it means not taking ‘No’ for an answer) all, have a lesson or two for us to learn.
We often say this to people, ” the world is a small place”. I’d say, life is even smaller and unpredictable and the planet we live on is almost round ( scientifically). So what goes around, will come around for sure.
You are the one who decides what comes back to you.