Ticket to Childhood

We all crave for a ticket back to childhood, where life was undoubtedly pleasant and easy for most of us. When the present has been so uncertain, when the future is so unpredictable, we feel hopeless. Life stressors all come in the way in different forms of threats and yet the human race react to each other with too much of causation and precaution.

I dream of a world, a whole new world in which birds freely spare its wings to wander the clear blue sky; in which I give you an apple, you give me a pencil and we become best of friends, just like that; in which we run across rice filed, free our lungs and scream it out loud “Ahhhh, this life is great! And I enjoy it so much yeah! ”

Wishing and dreaming, at times, are of no help. But I guess, we all need a moment, the moment to help us feel alive, again. Life stressors, psychological state would easily drag us into depression, which is said to be the most raking mental health problem in the next five to ten years.

Create our moments, feel the moment, live that moment and we are so free. Perhaps you could try these, it works for me:
1. Smile is all you need. It’s free yet priceless. Give a smile to strangers, break boundaries. Connecting people, not connecting to WiFi signal.
2. Try different forms of arts whenever wherever possible. Try something new, something even for the first time. Let the spark of life lives on.
3. Appreciate others. Give more.

“You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching,
Love like you’ll never be hurt,
Sing like there’s nobody listening,
And live like it’s heaven on earth.”
― William W. Purkey


4 year old me!

Posted on 15th August 2013


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