The change!

I quote these lines from a friends post, “Sometimes in life we come and stand where a line is drawn before u, I guess we draw it ourselves. This line emphasizes to us that we have to cross  it, with a little courage, and when we cross it, we would have overcome something, moved ahead and by then begun to see things a little differently than we saw them before. These can be very big ones or small.”

We sometimes are so comfortable inside our self-imposed boundaries that we don’t wanna cross this line. This sometimes might not even matter but on few occasions this can be a life changing experience. We need to understand that the only constant thing in life its the change. No matter how comfortable we are in our current state, nothing stays the same forever. There will always come a time when we will need to move on. Its better to move on and change rather than pushed to move on involuntarily.  As we grow older, it’s not the things we did that we often regret, but the things we didn’t do. The fear of the unknown or the fear of uncertainty and doubting our ability to cope up with the change are the main things that adds resistance towards change. Sometimes we need to understand that in the fear of unknown in the future might be unknowingly hurting our present. A bit of faith in our friends and loved ones can do wonders and then comes the Leap of Faith. We need to understand that we cannot and need not be totally in control of our life all the time. Give up the need to be in control, take a leap in faith and fear will vanish as the mists in the morning sun.

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2 Responses to “The change!”

  1. vinishahalli Says:

    Love your endings…as usual.
    And I relate to this so much now, knowing exactly how the fear of the unknown feels and exactly how that leap of faith can feel like a never ending fall, until you feel the thrust in your flight and then safe landing on the other side. The grass on the other side might not always be the green you imagine it to be, but always, you’re glad you took that leap.

  2. what can i say?…

    Fanatastic post! Makes me change my embargo on commenting…

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