Here I am blabbering much earlier than expected but what can I say, it seems like the best thing to do. :)
Sometimes you curse Fate and wonder why you end up in situations you’d happily forgo but before you head in that downward spiral, take a moment, take a deep breath and take it as a wonderful opportunity. :)
It is the easiest thing to judge people for who they are , their looks, their actions, their social standing (to this burgeoning list add this as well: their clothes, their footwear, their popularity and preferences on Facebook or Instagram and of course every useless bit of detail that we can devour on!). In fact, it is most convenient to do that in order to make yourself feel more important or make others feel that they are less important, but one often forgets that in the process they are merely selling their own souls. How does it matter what ABC does in their life? If we have descended enough to bother about it and pass opinions on it, it is indeed a sorry state of affairs of our own lives.
Am I propagating a pious and holier-than-thou attitude? No. All I’m saying is, rise above the pettiness. Atleast try. Rise above inane gossip. Judging others for their misfortune does not make you any richer. It’s not about how nice you are to the people who you need in your life, it’s about how you treat the people when they need you, it’s about how you treat the people you don’t see eye to eye with. Of course, that’s the hardest, isn’t it?
Am I saying that I have reached this point? Not at all. Known or unknown to us, we are all a part of this saga to variable extents. It would be a pity to make this trait our most prominent feature. Surely, one can do better than that? Surely, we're meant for much more than this? At least , that's what I'd like to believe.
So that’s enough of philosophy for now but my point is how I’m so glad that there is always light at the end of the tunnel, always a silver lining in the cloud and always the friend who tell you that you deserve better. :) Here’s to the friends far and farther (and maybe a little near :) ), to the ones who matter and to the ones who know your worth.
OhBiJee tomorrow. Tata :)