Monday, July 1, 2013

Promise to time of my Life.

What if i meet my life, like in a living person whom i can see, touch and talk with. How he or she would be? As charming as me or a total surprise proving me wrong?

Ohh don't get confused, i know life is within me and life is what i am. But since i finished reading "The Time of my Lifeby Cecelia Ahern a few days back it has been going on in my mind. What if?!?!

Now when you pick a chick-lit and it gives you this self-interrogation effect, it is something, isn't it?
I always thought that i read chick-lits for some mind-less fun, some head over the heels hopeless romance. But now this one as much as it was fun reading it still gave me enough to ponder upon.

What if "life" was really a person, and what if he/ she (your life*) comes to your door knocking to help you, to show you a direction when you start becoming a hope-less case without knowing about it. I am hooked to think endless (born defect), and now i have one more topic.

* Main character of this book "Lucy" was surprised to see her life was a "male" and i do not know what mine could be, so no taking chances here.

All life wants from us is to be happy, not for others but for ourselves. And many a times we don't even realize it - the impact we have on our lives, funny it sounds i know.
Even when we think we are doing everything right, have a job, have pets, have friends, have family and we are busy all the times and still it can be that we are unfair to life.
One cannot be fair to life without being fair to oneself.
It comes naturally to love and care around us, and at times it goes ignoring a few things you love for the people you love. It doesn't sound or feel too bad, but what if to your life it is unfair.

Let me make it a bit easy for you to get me, the book i am going on about is about Lucy Silchester. She receives an appointment card, an invitation to meet her life. She keeps ignoring it busying herself with work, helping friends, her cat (which she is not suppose to keep), family (she has problems with), car (which keeps giving up on her) and all the surrounding drama. So you got a gist but then comes a stage when she cannot miss this appointment anymore.
When she meets her life, she hates him at the first glance.... (Yes her life is a male, told you) what with badly dressed - soggy, grumpy, bad breathed little man.  She immediately feels the impulse to shut off on him, and tries to ignore him once again. But her life keeps up and decides to give her another chance and makes her see things that she could not. Over the course we see Lucy's life changed a lot throughout the story and that's because of Lucy, and how she treats her life and live it. But at the same time her life remained constant through out the story. He wanted what was best for her, and for her to be happy, not just from the outside what world could see but from within resulting her in overall a good person. 

That made me think, i was lucky enough to live my life the way i want... study whatever i wanted, fell in love and married love of my life who shared with me similar dreams and ambitions. Everything was perfect, we have been lucky to travel to places the way we dreamed, and live a life that we wanted. And now we have a beautiful piece of our hearts, living with us, amazing us everyday in a new way.
Now in all this, if my ambitions take a back-seat momentarily, will that be being unfair to my life?
If i do not have time for things I used to do or love or for my friends at times, will that be being unfair to my life?
If i let go of a few of my hobbies for time being to give more time to people i love, will that be being unfair to my life?
And in my laziness if i let go of my favorite meal so that we can have something we all love, will that be being unfair to my life?
When we do things with our own will, because at the time we think that is a right thing to do and that is the call of time, without anyone pointing us or asking from us, can we be still unfair to our lives?

So there i am, confused.
And one thing that makes me sure is to be grateful and promise to be always fair, to my life.

Dear Life, Thanks you for everything, thank you for choosing me and thank you for being with me.

I won't let you regret to have me to live forever with. I promise to do my best to be fair to you. 


Unknown said...

wonderfully written... :)

I HEARD YOU said...

It was such a thought provoking post ! Even I am wondering if my life is happy with my efforts or not.I wonder what I will be in the future, given that even you such a 'suljha hua' person, have some things to worry about, some things to get serious about..

sudhakar said...

Lopa, you have written the article very nice. Even same dialog goes in my thought, how much we need to give priority to our self and how much time we should spend with our beloved ones. Once again keep writing, I enjoy reading your articles. Best wishes - Sudhakar

~ Lopa said...

Thank you my wonderful, beautiful sister for taking out time, reading, commenting and surprising me ! :-)

~ Lopa said...

OMG, such a 'suljha hua' person...yeyy, doing a happy dance here ;-) hehe

But yes indeed, sometimes life just goes by in a blur, without we realising what we are upto. We need time for ourselves from time to time to ponder upon things which are important to us.
Thanks for dropping by. :-)

~ Lopa said...

@ sudhakar ji,

You have always been so kind to me with your encouraging words. It's really humbling to know you like to read my rumblings and you always leave me some good spirit-uplifting words.
Thanks :-)

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