Living Life Your Own Way


It is very difficult to strive for an individual identity, to toil every single day to accomplish your dreams and to be an independent personality. No doubt it is beautiful to have someone on whom you can rely, but nothing is comparable to a sense of self-sufficiency and a sense of accomplishment.

All your life, you find some or the other person trying to control you and you had enough of it. There are few people on earth who love to be dependent on others so much that they do not want to take control on even their own life, but for the rest of the world, it is almost torture when you find that your life is property of someone else and they act as if they own it.

You have been told zillion times that you are exceptionally talented. Don’t you think it would be a sheer waste of the blessed gift you have if you don’t do anything about it? If you have the zeal and the vibe in you then there is always a way, you just have to go out there and find it. The trick is you have to be in it, to win it.

Keep reminding your family and near ones, how much you love them. They are always there to support you after all. Maybe they differ in thoughts initially but eventually they start understanding your point and are concerned about you. So take out time from your busy schedule and tell them that you are fine and everything is going great.

Finding love? Well, not really important. Love is the most overrated expression there ever is. The cliché to find your soul mate is vague. Your soul mate can be your friends, work, book, food, traveling and what not. The point is stop trying hard to find love, if it has to happen then cupid will play his cards automatically and you will find someone who makes you smile even in worse times. But till the time you don’t stop obsessing about it. There is always a bigger picture you need to focus at this point in your life. Also, love is a part of life, don’t make it the heart of life.

Enjoy the freedom, be independent and wild. Your own job, an own place to stay. Cook for yourself, travel to exquisite places with your friends and have the best time of your life.

This is the time to chase your dreams. If life is a story, then make sure yours is the best seller.


13 Comments Add yours

  1. Its awesome and great article it have changed my perception, the way of living and the thought I have thank you be blessed. It’s a time to chase my dream, if my life is a story my story will be the best selling story all over the world

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    1. GS says:

      Robert Emmons, an internationally renowned scientific expert on gratitude, has found that acknowledging the good in life has a tendency to amplify positive emotions, such as joy and contentment, because it helps us slow down. “I think gratitude allows us to participate more in life,” he says. “We notice the positives more, and that magnifies the pleasures you get from life.” Consider the last time you had a good cup of coffee—did you pay attention to the warmth of the cup on your hands, or the feeling of pleasure as you took the first sip? It’s easy to ignore these small moments of positivity in our day as we rush from one activity to another, but stopping to appreciate them makes them more powerful.


      1. Thank you, you have inspired a lot.

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      2. GS says:

        Thank you!!!!


      3. I inspire people in my blog but when I find your articles I became more interested to know more about you my fellow blogger

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      4. GS says:

        Haha thank you for your kind words


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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

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      1. Always a joy and pleasure to read and share your posts with followers, My Dear! Hope you have a great day!! xoxox 😘💕🎁🌹

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  2. chapter18 says:

    Truly inspirational! Give and forgive and never get and forget..Ingratitude is sin!

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    1. GS says:

      It takes effort to understand and empathize with someone who has hurt you. Enright suggests asking yourself a few questions: What was life like for this person while growing up? What psychological wounds might he or she be nursing? What extra pressures or stresses was the person experiencing at the time he or she offended you? Then think of a small gift you could offer this person. It might be a smile, a handshake, a returned phone call or simply more tolerance the next time you are with him or her. Keep in mind, though, that forgiveness and reconciliation are not the same. If you were or are in an abusive relationship of any kind, your forgiveness can and should come from afar.

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