Life

I was wondering what’s the most beautiful thing…

Arresting eyes of a pretty girl… Or… Some grand captivating buildings…

Some dazzling expensive ornaments… Or… Any Breathtaking scenic destination…

I finally realized it’s life…

Life in the sapling that struggles with rocks to shout out loud it’s victory.

Life which turns things possible from impossible.

Life in the ant which climbs again after falling every time. Till the time it reaches it’s destination.

Life which challenges itself every time, to recreate itself again and again, every time something better.

Recently I was thinking why to go through all the pain which life gifts you… Isn’t it much easier to quit… What am I getting in return of all of this suffering… Nothing appears to make it worth it… And then I realized I had the most beautiful thing with me all the time… The power… To choose… To fight…To change… The LIFE… 😉

42 thoughts on “Life

  1. Wonderful! Neatly chosen words!! And the essence is great!
    “Life is what you take it to be…
    Things we feel don’t have life might as well do!
    The lying rock might say that people move a lot…
    Or the standing tree must say it’s time to shed and regrow in new!!
    So be happy and content… Do not hurt and love the gift of life”
    🙂 🙂

  2. Well said, make sure to capture your life, it’s goes away so easily.. many things we don’t normally see pass by us

  3. Great and profound thoughts, beautifully written! I had similar thoughts and got to the same conclusion. Through our unique energy, we contribute to existence, consciously or unconsciously. We have the power to choose positivity and vibrate higher even when everything around us is pulling us down! Thank you so much for visiting and your support!:) 🙂

  4. Hi Anamika,
    First time here and I like your art.
    When we practice the freedom to choose Life everything else falls into its place.
    Life has a natural flow and our job is to stay out of its way and enjoy it.
    Awesome work!

  5. “We rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope.” That hope is beautiful and wonderful.

    Thanks for the great message.

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