For so long I thought I am a prisoner of my personality type or my circumstances. It is easy to be a slave to the limits you have caged yourself in. Once you set that boundary and accepted that you will never go beyond your self imposed limitations, that’s it. You’ll just run around the corner of these walls and chances are, if you think negatively, you will embody it, project it, and become it. I am that person and I am speaking from experience. I used to have such negative self image and I hated that I am who I am. I hated my weaknesses, but ironically, defined myself from it. I used my own weaknesses as a definition of who I am. Not my strengths, not anything, just my weaknesses. And I thought I am a lost case, that nothing can be done with me. It’s sad and depressing and such a terrible frame of mind. But I wouldn’t trade it for anything else as with that adversary within myself, I gained a greater sense of understanding of who I am.
Learning should never stop and I do it through this medium. In fact, I am really a fan of this platform! It’s the new age radio and it is such a joy to listen to the vulnerability and honesty of people.
. I am the queen of autonomy, why would I let other people dictate what I do? I am such a people pleaser and I have to stop giving time thinking about what other people will think. The truth is people forget. They might judge you for a minute, but they don’t care that much. So get over yourself and do what will make you feel fulfilled.
All my life, I have always aimed to be different. To break the rules and break tradition. Go beyond the norms and social convention. Do you tend to go that direction too? Photo by JJ Jordan on Unsplash Welcome to the club. I think I’m not alone in this. All of us has an inner rebel within. The... Continue Reading →
Sometimes we just need to breathe and laugh. We don’t have to sulk in each other’s troubles. A good laugh reminds us of who we are, what we used to be, and what we can be. We can choose to be happy. We can choose to be positive around our peers and family. And once we start smiling, it helps to ease the pain. We can gain a new perspective on life. Sometimes, I am just surprised. Maybe you will too.
Maybe it was the rebel in me. I always test the waters. I try to be bad at things. I test out people’s patience, I test the limits of how much I can push people. And it doesn’t always benefit me. In my experiments in life, I try to do bad things, not illegal stuff or immoral things to other people, but you know along the lines of being a mediocre employee, not study, or things that will push me out of the mould, the conventional, and tradition. It sucks that I tend to do that. And lately, it was pushing my belief system. I questioned my belief and the concept of truth in my life.