In your life , you should be the only important person for you,
Whatever you're heading upto, whatever you are trying to achieve , or whatever things you think you should do,
Don't do them for people,
Don't do them just to prove something to people,
Do them because you want to do them,
Because you know you will be happy after that,
Because you know at this moment you just need that in your life,
Because you know its right for you no matter people say,
Whether it's according to society or whether people will like it or not!
It's not your responsibility to make people happy by your actions , especially if you had to sacrifice a part of your happiness for them,
If they want to be happy they will search for their own reasons to be happy!
Do whatever you want to,
And be HAPPY😊
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•Colossians 3:15 😌
Dear Daddy God,
Even as school starts and assignments start to pile in, I declare that Your shalom peace shall guard and rule my heart ❤ I shall not feel overwhelmed nor anxious, for Your supply shall always be greater than my needs. ☺️🙆🏻
On a sunny Sunday afternoon, while driving through the streets of Indiranagar, I happened to drive past a funny looking man.
He was wearing a cream turban, the kind a groom wears in a Hindu wedding. He had on black goggles that resembled those used for swimming. He was wearing a white tee which was spotted all over with the Puma logo in black. A funny belt with a large buckle over bright yellow printed pants and black sports shoes completed (I wouldn't say complimented) his outfit.
Oh and he wore black leather gloves.
But it wasn't only his clothes that caught my attention.
He was on a cycle and quite a curious one at that! It was old fashioned, painted all over in bright colours.
On it's right side, there was a slightly rusted luggage carrier that was covered in designs with shiny silver and blue paint.
The cycle had a funny looking bell and the handlebars were decorated with some shiny confetti.
This extraordinary man rode his cycle in an extraordinary way. He had earphones in his ears, his hands lifted high above the handlebars, his face turned up toward the sky and a big smile on his face. He looked blissfully happy, balancing and steering his cycle without touching the handle bars.
As we drove past him, he gave us a thumbs up and a wide grin.
We reached the signal. We were curious to see what he would do now. Would he continue to ride that way and bang into someone? Would he stop?
He simply held onto his handlebars, like any sane person would do, navigated through the traffic without stopping, took a left, and continued down the next road in the same manner. It was extraordinary!
We live every moment of our lives, but do feel alive while we're at it?
This man seemed to have found the way to break out of the routine that we call life and make his life his very own. He was happy, content, living his life the way he wanted without caring about anyone or anything. He just did his own thing.
Some people might've called him crazy, but I'm sure he brought smiles to hundreds of faces, like he did to mine.
Story by Richeeka Bathija
“… All dreams are meaningful and significant. Meaningful, because they contain a message which can be understood if one has the key for its translation. Significant, because we do not dream of anything that is trifling, even though it may be expressed in a language which hides the significance of the dream message behind a trifling façade.” Erich Fromm, The Forgotten Language