I am the author of my life

I saw a friend of mine update his GTalk status to:

“I am the author of my life. Unfortunately, I am writing in pen and I cant erase my mistakes”.

For some time now, I have been thinking to start writing about what I have been thinking about a few topics below but never got to do it; kind of lazy. I guess I start here and now.

  • Destiny vs. Coincidence;
  • Karma vs. Luck;
  • Process of life vs. Life;
  • Journey vs. Destination

Coming back to the quote my friend shared – I do not care if we write in pen or pencil – we just write and there are no mistakes.

Everything that we think is wrong is not wrong, it is destined to happen because of our Karma from previous life or this life (I will come to it). The important thing is that as we draw out our life, it is important to read the book we are writing or else we do not know what else we can try and see what the results can be. I read someplace – “Remember there are no mistakes, only lessons”.

The GTalk status has a negativity attached to it and if we think like that then we are already in the zone of dead and we wont live life, we will constantly think about fixing what is “supposedly” wrong. I do not like that attitude in life, or at least have started to dislike it over due course.

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Journey to “One Destination”

Life is a journey and there is one destination that everyone reaches. But, this journey is divided into various destinations and to reach each destination, we have to complete the journey. Along the way we re presented with many difficulties, which will make us change our course, or even make us quit.

The focus should be on the journey and not on the difficulties. Focusing on goals acts as a motivator to solve the difficulties with a new zeal. If we lose the focus on the goal, then very soon we would be asking ourselves “Why are we doing this?” and soon we will quit.

So remember, once you have your eyes set on goals, do not lose that eye-contact. On your way, be worried, be stressed, try as hard as you can, but never loose focus.