The Paradox of vulnerability.

“Hidden meaning in the innocent paragraph, My words are not what they seem to mean, Scattered somewhere in my core, For i’ve had trouble returning to myself.

You’ve merely unearthed the first layer, and there is more, so much more, than what meets the eye.

The titles are not what they seem, they don’t even show what really is the theme, and often Labels are incoherent in my nexus of stories, for it wasn’t made to fit under any.”

I know you are broken inside.. a little fragile, A half-numb life.. slightly vulnerable.

but do you mind looking at the other side of yours ? 

may be just once, seek your other side, the resilient you!

You beautiful strong woman, see what a gem you really are, Everything will make sense to you one day. 

All your despair, all your exasperation, your suffering; all will be worth for your future. Remember, everything happens for a reason. You are where you should be!

So breathe, be patient, and trust your destiny.  Let go of all the expectations you have created in your head. 

Accept reality as it comes. Accept life for what it is.

Don’t take everything so personally and try to not let others get you down. Most of the time, things have nothing to do with you. Things will go out of your hands, and people will let you down; forgive, forget and move on; that is just the way of life. Learn from their wrongdoings, and then let it remain in the past. Not everything is always how it appears.

Hopes, expectations, tolerance and disappointments.. these are all quintessential parts of life, Embrace them, Observe them, Learn from them.

Every day, the sun rises with a new joy for you! Just keep looking!

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Hope you liked the read.

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P.c – Arjun Shankar ( Door Films )

Editor- Yash Bagri

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