WHEN YOU FEEL LETDOWN..

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Developments making you feel low are part of your existence. They invariably come to you – and sometimes come to haunt you.

Try hard but you are bound to feel so – its frequency depends on how you tackle it – and the first step (or the first offensive) that you need to take on this path – is – don’t let the development make you feel that it is some type of curse. Doing so is half the battle won.

You feel letdown by various reasons. But the share that causes maximum mental unease and stress is external – driven by and given by others – and you need to keep yourself away from the crowd in such circumstances.

One needs to learn and nurture the practice of winning over the tide – gradually and effectively.

You must keep in mind that you should not totally disregard something or some development that drags you down sending your soul in a nowhere zone because it has important elements to learn from.

You miss an important opportunity to learn life defining lessons when you dismiss any negative development in your life without giving it some time to ponder over.

You did no wrong or you were caught on the wrong side should only prevail after you have given the development enough time. After thinking it over, you may come to the conclusion that you did no wrong and there is nothing to feel gloomy about.

Alternatively, especially when the development involves a social setup with multiple people in fray, you may still feel low in spite of the fact that you came to find that you were not wrong. It happens because you start thinking about what ‘more others’ would think.

Try not to think that – or try to overcome that – for – if you were not wrong for what you had been targeted – your mental composure, if sustained, will make you the winner in the long run.

When you assess and come to the act of brashly disregarding the negative happening even if you know you were wrong, you move one step ahead in the quagmire that may derail your life one day. You have to very careful about that precipitation.

Any negative development in your life should have this sole purpose – that what you could learn from it – that how it can better your thoughts. Yes, it’s painful. Yes, preaching is always easy. But friends, your experiences also tell so.

Think it like this – and it will further help – that one has no option in life but to fight back – that no one helps beyond few words of sympathy – that beyond a point, your sad state of mind is seen as your weakness and people start keeping their distances.

©/IPR: Santosh Chaubey – https://santoshchaubey.wordpress.com/

SUCH MOMENTS, THEY INVARIABLY COME..

They invariably come.

Personified, creating, adding to the spreading gloom..

Positioned, aiding to the fix of the restlessness..

Predisposed, like a forgotten follow up to the ruin of thoughtlessness in thoughts..

Moments that let you down..

Moments, when they let you down..

Moments, when they personify the negatives in your life..

Such moments, they invariably come.

This onslaught of moments, though painful and so unwelcome, is an integral part of our existence.

We feel this hurting display by moments regularly, especially in the moments, when we feel let down by ‘I’ or by the people closely associated with us or by the circumstances that we sincerely work to make amenable.

The gloom that spreads takes us into its cover. It pushes us to think and rethink. It may also push us to the state of thoughtlessness hammered by the pain of ‘not being understood’ or ‘being misunderstood’ or ‘not being taken care of’.

The insensitivity of the moments in those absent hours disconnects us from the rest of ‘our’ world.

Sometimes, this insensitivity of the moments also detaches a part of you from the rest of ‘you’.

Such moments, they invariably come.

But, don’t let them run over you.

Talk to them, try to feel what they personify, why they had to personify.

We may, we may not get answers but we need to ask questions and we need to look for the answers.

For, life has a knack of getting us stuck into the ‘zones’ of mental bogs, every now and then.

We need to be ‘thinking and asking’ to understand the ‘why of the moments of gloom’ to emerge from these occasional mental blocks.

©/IPR: Santosh Chaubey – https://santoshchaubey.wordpress.com/