Paradox Of Life

How can anyone contain the Sea in a well? Life goes on inspite of the hurdles, after the bright sun comes the cool breeze and the drizzling rains. Life in it’s glory makes us forget the tribulant times we will be encountering in the near future. I can’t block the flow of thoughts and images in my mind. I remember the faces of those who unexpectedly came into my life, even the ones I never met but have changed my life forever. It feels like my mind is engaged in an aimless chase. A chase behind the butterflies which flutter away after giving a momentary glance of happiness. Happiness which is glorious but short-lived. In the blink of an eye it disappears from your life like the dewdrops shying away at the first sight of sunrays.

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They say whenever you loose something in life you gain something else. I always took this as a Philosophical sermon, to console ourselves or the one who mourns, kind of making me not to believe in this statement. But now I sense it’s true. Now I gain insight of it’s meaning. If life takes away your sight it makes your other senses sharper making you gain in other factors when you loose one. Fading away memories leaves you with warm fragrance of the moments you spent with them. Clasping on to those beloved senses we cling on to them as a gainful insight of what we lost. Now if I hear a sound once, it will never fade away from my mind, sometimes even some smells too. I will start thinking about something, then my thoughts will get diverted and my mind will go on seeking for something else. When I had light in my life, I endured constant anxiety in mind, feared and suspected everything in life. I don’t feel like that anymore. Now my mind appears to be filled with a new found courage. My life is far away from the fake life. Break all the limits. Then you won’t fear sorrow, it will fear you.

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Author: anamikaisblogging

Uhmm! What do I say abt myself. Love to read, write, watch tons of movies and loves music. Educated enough to enlighten a few things to a few some who shows the interest to listen. This is me in a nutshell. Will let out little by little, like the cat out of the bag. Ok I think it's time to let out one more passion of mine, which I as much love as writing, and that is cooking. Trying out different new recipies with a slight variation added of mine makes my culinary skills a little adventurous cuisine.

38 thoughts on “Paradox Of Life”

  1. Very deep and beautiful, Ana. I have to admit though, alot of it went over my head. Maybe it’s too deep for me, but this really spoke to me:

    “I remember the faces of those who unexpectedly came into my life, even the ones I never met but have changed my life forever.”

    This I understand. I just recently wrote a poem about the people I still remember who have come and gone. (I haven’t posted it to my blog yet.) I also get what you mean about those who you have never met, but have changed your life forever. That’s really nice. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Wow Teens I really like the way you always quote the portion which touch you. A writer is truly blessed to have such an audience who goes through what they wrote this deep. Most of the readers have adapted a technique called as superficial reading or blind likes. It’s so refreshing to see people like you, Sri and a few who takes the time to read and analyse the work. It’s ok to have some things written over here to have bounced over for you. Perspective differs from person to person. This is my perspective and what goes on in my mind. It was my pleasure to share and I really appreciate the detailed response of yours Teens. Thanks a bunch.
      God bless you Teens. My hello to Andrew😊

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      1. You’re very welcome. 😊 As a Christian, it’s a golden rule: do unto others as you’d have them do unto you. I also appreciate it when others take the time to really listen. We can all get discouraged when we feel as if nobody cares. I don’t want people to feel alone, unnoticed, or uncared for, so I do try to treat others as I’d like to be treated. It definitely doesn’t always go both ways, but I’m only responsible for my own actions. I may not always agree with or understand what someone has shared, but I do try to point something out that I did appreciate. Wouldn’t it be amazing if everyone tried to do that? God bless you too. ❤ I'll pass your hello on to Andrew. I've already been telling him about my new friend. 😊

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      2. Amen to your thoughts and deeds. You have abided by what the Good Lord taught in the Good Book. I am sure those associate with you are truly blessed to have you amongst their midst. Yes it will be indeed amazing if everyone tried to be more supportive and humane to each other after all that’s what lifts a down spirit and a smile on someone’s face is worth all the effort. Hahaha… I am sure Andrew must be amused at our budding friendship half a mile across the world. Ain’t it? See you after soon. Take care till then Teens.

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      3. Andrew is used to it! 😀 We both like to make friends with people from all over the world. He makes friends through his online games. I never could get into gaming. I do not have those skills, but I do enjoy corresponding with people. Actually, it was through trying to join one of his games that I discovered the joy of making friends online. I ditched the games, but drew closer to the people. And before I “talk your ear off” I’ll save something for another day. 😀 You take care too, Ana!

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  2. Beautiful Anamika! 🙂 words just flow… I especially could relate to “When I had light in my life, I endured constant anxiety in mind, feared and suspected everything in life.” 🙂

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  3. Hi Anamikai,
    Reading this reflective post & thinking of my long time older friend, confidant, ex colleague & surrogate mother since mum’s death 4 years ago.
    Saw link to your blog via Sri on ‘philosophy through photography’.

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    1. Thanks much Margaret for the visit and your very touching response. I am glad this post could touch you in a way dear to you. Oh yes I have had the pleasure to see your response in Dr. Sridhar’s blog. So glad and thanks to Sri for this visit. Take care Margaret.

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  4. I’m glad that I came back here today for some more inspiration. I really needed these words today:

    “They say whenever you loose something in life you gain something else. I always took this as a Philosophical sermon, to console ourselves or the one who mourns, kind of making me not to believe in this statement. But now I sense it’s true.”

    Where one door closes, another door opens right? It’s still hard when some doors close. I hope you will continue with your blogging Ana. You offer sweet reminders. The world needs that. I need that too.

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      1. Oh God! Your name is the same Optimistic Soul…right. Just put a blog saying you are back with a different blog ID. So say you would like to contact all your old followers ask them to ping back to you. Try it. Let’s see

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