The uncertainty of life…
We only realise when we are pulled out from our bubble by reality. A bubble which we have created around ourselves thinking we will stay safe and nothing can harm us. Such dramatic fools we are, we are known to every harsh and crude reality yet we follow a cycle. A cycle where we make an imaginary bubble stay cosy and happy with people we love, things we possess and wait until reality hits us, again!
Is the pain and drama all worth?
We know the cycle of birth and death, then why do we make connections and build relationships when life is so uncertain.
You have zero clue to what happens next, we literally don’t know what future holds up next. The vicious part is we are all aware of the uncertainties yet we act blind to it. We know the drill of the human life cycle, we all will die one day. But what do we do meanwhile with the relationships and the other lives we touch and affect.
Losing a dear one is not a feeling that words could define or justify, a part of you just stops behaving or functioning the way it used to. The harsh reality we are taught and made to practice is, we go on. Go on living our life!
No textbook or degree teaches you that but life does! No other human will come and guide you on how you will lead your life, but you must make it work. And why is that so?
You don’t quit living!
I fine human once told me, we all are sent on earth with zero luggage but an empty mind that we fill up with our experiences and memories, that’s what goes back with us! My above rant is a frustration on how sudden and uncertain is someone’s life, but that, unfortunately, is a weird bitter way of life teaching us a lesson.
No, we don’t stop living, we don’t stop loving. We should not, we should love beyond conditions, care without expectations. Because my friend, you and I have gotten only one chance to live and make the best of the time we have!
It is never easy to get back on track, never.
We all have lost something or someone which has caused us deep pain and grief. But trust me, you gotta trust Him. Trust His intentions for you, he has decided things and we gotta go along with it. The essence of living lies in your attitude, your attitude towards the people around you, your attitude towards yourself.
I remember speaking to that person last on call, I was hesitant we people these days seldom talk to our relatives. But I faintly remember the conversation and I’m glad I spoke to her. So, I never thought that will be my last conversation with her. I was looking forward to meeting her, but life!
I lost someone today. We all are losing people.
In between all the process let your heart feel all the warmth and love, and give all love you can, because, in the end, all we are going to take back is the essence of our lives.