The Power of Me

I am who I am. I will not justify myself to anyone. I don’t need to love myself through the skewed version of society. Irrespective of whether I’m religious or an atheist, whether I enjoy alcohol or am a teetotaler. Whether I’m a vegetarian or not. Whether I smoke, whether I believe in social service. Irrespective of any of my beliefs.

Why are there socialistic pre-requisites to survive in this world? Why is each one judged based on their choices? Why welcome some and shun some based on their right to live life the way they want?

No one has a right to judge me for anything I do, did, didn’t do or don’t plan to do.

I live irrespective of what people believe I should be doing. I do not owe them a justification for my faith.

I believe that the Almighty sees all. I believe in karma. I believe in giving more than expecting. I believe in leaning away from the materialistic world we are brought up in. I believe in a fairy tale. I believe that the best is yet to come.

And it’s okay if you don’t believe these things. Because we believe in humanity.


Nothing lasts forever

Faded beauty is a myth! 

Someone at 60 can look more radiant than someone stunning at 30.

Nothing is forever in life –  be it health, wealth or beauty; it only depends on how you nurture it…

Life is Cheap

Respect for humanity is a rare phenomenon

Humanity is all around us but we’re all still afraid

Afraid that one living happily today may not live tomorrow. Death matters to no one in the long term. We all move on and have become immune to the concept

Due to a population explosion there is no value for life, as there is always someone available as a replacement

India is different in comparison to many of its peers where human life accounts for something.

I believe that since there is no monetary loss due to loss of human life, the materiality  has diminished. Instead insurance serves as a medium to view death as a benefit.

We run behind various things in our life but nothing will stay with us till the very end.

We like to have money, a  beautiful body and close friends and relatives but no one accompanies the dying. The only thing that dies with us is our SOUL and we never care for it, nurture it or love it. We try to achieve everything in life but peace and purity of the soul is never in our to do list, when that’s the only thing that is immortal within us. 

Before we blame others that life is not valued in third world countries and so on, how much do we value our true soulful life? 

If we don’t value it, why should anyone else?