A Message to Hopeless Dreamers

           Nothing is impossible. Determination and optimism are the keys to open any door that seems impossible.It may be just a hobby, a thing you always love to do, a thing you dedicate your head and heart to but, that little thing can turn big, it can leave an impact and can even heal a broken soul. All we need to do is to take each step at a time believing everything is possible.
            It is true that life is not a bed of roses neither it is a bed of thorns but, a combination of both. It is our choice to choose how to react to the pain and obstacles of life. Sometimes what we love is separated from us and we let it go away, then we spend the rest of our live regretting, yes it is of no use crying over split milk. When we love something, we should fight for it. Someone quoted, “I’ve learned that to make dreams come true, you have to be obsessed, truly, utterly obsessed. I think of obsession as a passion for something, people will see that.” We should learn not to give up when obstacles come our way but, we should find a way around them. Grath Brooks in one of his song ‘The River’ says, “I’ll never reach my destination if I never try.”
Therefore, fight for what you love, do not let closed door discouraged you but know that there is always an open window you just have to find it. Do not let anything separate you from what you love. Fight hard with love and optimism and soon you will reach the unreachable star. Remember the legends of the world, whose name we remember till today, have not walked an easy road but, many doors have been slammed on their face. Bob Dylan said, ” Behind every beautiful thing, there’s been some kind of pain.” Their obsession and determination for what they love have made them successful. By success I do not mean owning a mansion, driving expensive cars but, owning true happiness and love every moment of our life. Most importantly dare to be different.
“Draw a crazy picture,
Write a nutty poem,
Sing a mumble-gumble song,
Whistle through your comb.
Do a loony-goony dance
‘Cross the kitchen floor,
Put something silly in the world 
That ain’t been there before.”
 -K. Towne Jr.
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A Message to Hopeless Dreamers

Nothing is impossible. Determination and optimism are the keys to open any door that seems impossible.It may be just a hobby, a thing you always love to do, a thing you dedicate your head and heart to but, that little thing can turn big, it can leave an impact and can even heal a broken soul. All we need to do is to take each step at a time believing everything is possible.
It is true that life is not a bed of roses neither it is a bed of thorns but, a combination of both. It is our choice to choose how to react to the pain and obstacles of life. Sometimes what we love is separated from us and we let it go away, then we spend the rest of our live regretting, yes it is of no use crying over split milk. When we love something, we should fight for it. Someone quoted, “I’ve learned that to make dreams come true, you have to be obsessed, truly, utterly obsessed. I think of obsession as a passion for something, people will see that.” We should learn not to give up when obstacles come our way but, we should find a way around them. Grath Brooks in one of his song ‘The River’ says, “I’ll never reach my destination if I never try.”
Therefore, fight for what you love, do not let closed door discouraged you but know that there is always an open window you just have to find it. Do not let anything separate you from what you love. Fight hard with love and optimism and soon you will reach the unreachable star. Remember the legends of the world, whose name we remember till today, have not walked an easy road but, many doors have been slammed on their face. Bob Dylan said, ” Behind every beautiful thing, there’s been some kind of pain.” Their obsession and determination for what they love have made them successful. By success I do not mean owning a mansion, driving expensive cars but, owning true happiness and love every moment of our life. Most importantly dare to be different.
“Draw a crazy picture,
Write a nutty poem,
Sing a mumble-gumble song,
Whistle through your comb.
Do a loony-goony dance
‘Cross the kitchen floor,
Put something silly in the world
That ain’t been there before.”
-K. Towne Jr.
DREAMERSweb3

Question mark and Exclamation mark (And a little of ‘Maybe’)

I’m stuck between reality and dreams,

In between feeding body and feeding souls,

In between cooking away my fears

And writing love poetry (maybe!).

When life said “choose”, how do I choose?

Should I write through my fears, or should I cook them away?

Knowing…. (Well knowing something maybe. I don’t know!)

Knowing it will solve questions?

A poet locked up in a room, talking to herself

Well that’s not me, that’s just how I thought I’d see myself

(In six seven years ahead)

Maybe!

Let me come to reality as per fact,

Six seven years; I’d be in a kitchen being shouted at,

Wishing for a pen and paper before me

And obviously a cup of tea!

What actually is “Life”?

A choose wisely kind of thing,

Between climb a step or trek that forest?

Questions left unsolved!

Life is a thing

That revolves around question mark and exclamation mark.

Wait ‘life’ is not a thing,

It is some kind of energy that would not help you answer

“What is life?”

Back to my life

Filled with questions and questions

A never ending library of questions

And dreams and aspiration too!

Well maybe!

What actually are my dreams?

Where do I see myself in ten years?

I thought I knew the answers

But seriously I’m just a plain paper.

I tried to fill it up but it is kind of like

“Press that backspace that’s not you!”

Hey, who am I?

How do I see life, through a microscope?

Or maybe; “How should I see life?

There are two unknown doors

That looks just the same

I enter through one door

Take a step and that’s it!

The wise little me I thought.

Arrive somewhere in the middle of somewhere

“I should have chosen the other door!

It would have been different.”

Well wake up its two different doors,

It just looks the same.

Well one thing I know if I had chosen the other door

I’d arrive somewhere in the middle

And wished I had taken the other

That’s me! No, not just me,

That’s the unsatisfied ungrateful human so-called ‘being’!

I wrote through it, thinking I’d find some answers,

But no not a single alphabet of a hint;

At least I got a poem,

Poem of conclusion to my unsolved questions.

 

Psalm 23:1

“The Lord is my shepherd. I lack nothing.”

Surely, Lord, I have everything because I have you. Sometimes as human we tend to envy someone’s greener grass but, this verse helps us realize that Lord is our shepherd, and we need nothing more.

There is a story I once heard about a young boy in Sunday School, appearing for a Scripture Examination. He was asked to write from memory Psalm 23, and with full confidence and enthusiasm, he wrote, “The Lord is my shepherd.” He stops and thinks for he could not remember what’s next. When the time is up and he couldn’t remember, he wrote, “The Lord is my shepherd. What else do I need?” His intention was what does he need more to add to this verse.

The examiner when seeing what the little boy wrote, he was amazed and blessed. He thought to himself how could a young boy think of this “The Lord is my Shepherd. What else do I need?”

This story has blessed me and many others who have heard it. If we have Jesus Christ, truly we need nothing more. Carry him always every single day and you will have everything. I hope this story will make your day and days to come. Stay Blessed!