Change for betterment

Achieve supreme level of solace

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Change Ahead

Reality check is a process that shoots you from lows to highs. All of sudden you realize your hidden talents and strengths. Darkness compel us to find a way, contrary light effortlessly relax us. But then it’s up to us how we use that bestowed gift of darkness after meeting the luminance.

Analyzing myself and comparing the old version of me, I am surprised to see changes in me. The journey of discontentment to fulfillment gives birth to another version of you. Change yourself for the betterment is not a bad thing. I have heard people quoting if somebody loves you they accept you as you are no need to change, be who you are. Yes it is true but changing for someone you love is not a bad deal after all. Correcting yourself and accepting nobody is perfect, makes things easier. One advice that I give to others and follows by myself is looking at the bright side of people. If you have a fight with your partner, don’t make it the end of all. Try to remember the best days you had spent together and if it does not work, try to remember his/her good qualities you love most.

You need to train your mind to work in that manner whenever something goes wrong because it is not an easy task. Second more important thing is to stay quiet. Yes another difficult thing but not impossible. Anger stops our brain to work; we need to stay quiet in anger more than in any state. It is not necessary to rectify someone who’s already engaged in a dispute and not in a condition to listen. When you accept and forgive; you achieve the supreme level of solace. And same goes with every relation we got in life. Submission is a powerful approach that drives you towards a happy life.

The moment you realize the reality of what completes you and what is temporary bends you. You value your love ones more than usual. You spend every day as your last day with them; with devotion, humbleness and with submission. 

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