Letter to Zindagi
Dearest zindagi, when I think about you, The song that enters my brain is
‘Haste Haste Kat jayenge raste- Zindagi yuhin chakati rahe, chahe khushi ho chahe ghum ho…’
I am beginning this letter with I love myself the most.
This doesn’t mean I am self-centered or I don’t care for other relations, I do care a lot. To give best of my appearance to my people, I need to be happy myself first.
When I thought about whether I am happy or not now?
I was surprised at the answer that I am not at all happy as I used to be in my childhood days. So the idea strikes to me to why not write a letter to my own Zindagi ?
I asked myself.
I got the answer that I don’t have time for ‘myself’. I have made myself so busy in the worldly things that I became unknown to my own self. I am a girl who is young but the feeling of ‘love’ doesn’t cherish me. I don’t like enjoying the life, going to parties, meeting friends or dressing up for self. I limited myself to my phone. Social world started gripping my mood. I developed fear of meeting people of my own life because of their weird thoughts. I don’t like their interrupting in my life so I started keeping a distance from them and when I looked back one day I found myself standing alone.
Then I gave a thought on it that why does the world’s talk matter to me now?
When I was a child I was happy with a big gang of friends, I never took any taunts or scolding seriously but what happened to me now?
I became self-conscious, the answer came to me.
Then I started to mingle myself with my family, relatives and friends.
I started to add color to my life by participating in events and meditating.
Watching movies Like #DearZindagi for which I am early waiting as I checked its Teaser video .
“I am writing a letter to life for the #DearZindagiactivity at BlogAdda”.