Why-why-why?

Why are people scared of being alone at times? Is it because they think they might get to know their true selves or is it because they are simply too scared to be alone. I am always keen to know how people who are always dependent on someone sees the world? Do they depend on just 1 person, or does their priority change with time? Do those people find ‘perception’ and ‘deception’ as two different words or find them as contextual synonyms? Do those people blame others for their mishaps because they are too dependent on other people or they simply ignore what’s going around them because it’s too hard for them to handle the situation?
We often get stuck with ‘why it went wrong’ or ‘how it went wrong’ or ‘what went wrong’? Do we try finding what right that wrong might have done? Do we get satisfied with the answers we get, or it’s just the shredding up the burden we have been carrying? Why is the majority of people not keen to explore the nature, to find the answers the world other than the materialistic world is hiding? Why we get stuck for long at a point or situation? Why moving forward scares us? Why are we all becoming skeptical day by day? Why someone’s kindness is taken for granted or is considered as a ‘fake image’? Why don’t people believe that despite horrible humans there are some selfless and loving humans too?
Why people judge others so quickly without even knowing them? Why are we entangled in this materialistic world? Why hatred seems to win over love? Why are humans so impatient? Why we always need shortcuts? Why helping is just a business for many?Why is ‘betrayal’ the new ‘trust’? Why can’t we forgive? Why we hold grudges for years? Why one incidence change the true us? Why we complicate things when everything is so simple? Why it’s hard to handle other people? Why it’s hard to be happy or find happiness? Does happiness depend on the materialistic things? Why it’s hard to express our feelings? Why we always have to think of consequences? Why can’t we simply hear our inner voice or to our heart and do things accordingly? Why we are least interested in what’s going on around us? Where is all the humanity going? Why don’t the majority of us have ‘why’ in our lives? Why we so easily become detached? Why finding solace is a daunting task for many?
Why-why-why?

-Harleen Kaur
Fb/Insta- SoulUnraveler
harleen63.wordpress.com

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Why hide in a shell deep under the sea…..

It’s hard to control your feelings when you desperately want it to get reciprocated. Trust me, I know how it feels when you give someone your heart and soul and become so vulnerable, that the other person can take advantage of it or play with it or ruin it. Merciless and sadistic people of this ruthless world doesn’t know the value of pure feelings and without any second thought trample someone’s soul and their heart and all their feelings.
No one has the power to change you, especially those who don’t understand genuine feelings then why change yourself because of one incident or because of one person. Why hide in a shell deep under the sea, making it difficult for the one searching for a pearl? Why guarding or restraining yourself unnecessary? You didn’t do anything wrong or didn’t break anyone’s trust, then why circumscribe or punish yourself? Just don’t stop yourself and flow with the water and reach the shore to see how people are still in the search for a ‘pearl’.

-Harleen Kaur
Fb/Insta- SoulUnraveler
harleen63.wordpress.com

Self Respect…..

‘Self Respect’ is and should be the most important thing in one’s life, for it does not let you do something wrong. What could be the possible reason that one is ready to lose something that helps to maintain one’s virtue? Is it the attachment towards someone or something else?
Leaving things behind is not easy. Often, we find our past more alluring than our future. We have so many memories that, we love to remain in the past while struggling to live in the present. We just find ourselves helpless of not getting out those memories because we are so attached to those memories. Then, there comes a turning point in the life where we feel that we are not in a condition to have any more attachments, and knowingly or unknowingly we start building a wall around us making it nearly impossible to penetrate it. That constant battle between our heart and mind don’t let us sleep, eat or do anything. The oscillation between what is right or wrong never stops.
I am still in a constant search for an answer. Is the attachment so strong that despite getting abused/rejected we are drawn towards it? I just know one thing that if we can’t stand for ourselves, then we can’t stand for anyone else. People who are meant to stay in our lives will stay, with their consent and not because we begged and pleaded them to stay. Why is this simple statement a conundrum for most of us?
I understand the pain and the flood of thoughts one have while detaching himself. If you can’t help yourself or you think you are stuck in middle of nowhere, then let someone else help you. But, don’t sit back and leave everything to destiny or that everything will eventually be fine.

-Harleen Kaur
Fb/Insta- SoulUnraveler
harleen63.wordpress.com