Sometimes you get hit. You Fall
You can’t get up. You fall Further
May be that’s what you have to go through to finally Live
Sometimes a part of yourself has to die, may be even the part you love most before you can realize what makes you whole and clearly see it’s larger than us.
If you are in the dark get through it by seeing the invisible so that you can do the Impossible.
Be responsible and accountable for yourself.
Just Fail Forward
It will make sense, when you see the Light at the break of Dawn
Cacophony that becomes Melody
Pain that becomes Love
Restlessness that becomes Patience
Nights that become Days
Sunsets that become Sunrises
Order that becomes Chaos
And at the end
Life that becomes Death
It is not the Gain that Enlighten us but the opposite “Loss”
It’s not the Ignorance that Enlighten us but the opposite “Knowledge”
It’s not the Hate that Enlighten us but the the opposite “Love”
It is Funny how we choose not to Leave the Fight
How we choose not to Give up on Hope, on Love
How we stick to that last Speck of Light in the Long Nights of Fall
How we wait for the Sunrise after the Storm
It’s funny, how we fall in love with the same person over and over
How hard we try to stay by their side, how hard we try to win the Fight
Expectations lead to a Bleeding heart
So, in all the odds what we choose is what going to matter
Rare has it happened, when people say
I choose to be Happy
What if we don’t wake up Next Day!
What if we vanish without saying what was needed to be said!
What if we lose without even fighting a war!
And what if, what if, what if
Times slips away when we are trying to Grasp the moment
And what if, we die without even try to Live
It’s fun to think of the what-if. Scary, but fun. It’s like, I thought this door was closed before, but here it is open just the tiniest crack. What if?
Sun won another battle with the long night of Fall
Let’s start our day with the rays of Victorious Sun
Let’s open the Gift bestowed upon us, Two Eyes
And welcome the Day waiting for us
The longest way must have its close – the gloomiest night will wear on to a morning.