When I first started writing this blog, I often used to get a feeling that the tragedies of my life could make up for a bestseller. Though I lack the expertise of writing a book but dreaming doesn’t ask for one’s abilities or qualifications.
Time moved on and so did my journey of sharing my life experiences through this blog. There is one important thing that I have observed. No-matter how unique our life story sounds to us, no-matter how big and unparalleled our miseries appear but we aren’t unique as far pain, misery, tragedy, loss and pain goes. The minute we reach out to the world, we realize there are so many people in our shoes or those who have faced similar situations in their life.
The most important lesson learnt from this finding is,
Though our life stories aren’t unique for millions of people have been through similar situations without us having heard about them, but still every story deserves to be told. Not necessarily in the form of a book but in any form that can reach the people. For every story has a unique lesson.
The protagonists might have been in similar circumstances in many cases but in each of those situations, each of those individuals took different course of action, made different choices and each of those can teach us a valuable life lesson. A lesson thus learnt, can help us think clearer, act smarter and behave better in our current situations.
That’s what I have been doing. Sharing my life story and learning from your stories. Every blog post, ever opinion that you share on your blog gives me a chance to think, analyse, move ahead and learn a valuable lesson. Whether I can relate to it or not, whether I agree to it or not, whether it’s useful for me at present or not, but information in any form is worth a keep.
These are the thoughts that keep me going as far sharing my life through this blog is concerned and I am waiting for your story, so go ahead share it now!
The song on my mind: Tumse milke aisa lage ~Parinda