May has flown leaving me in dismay. The new-found resolve of writing regularly, has thankfully decided to put up with me, despite signs of commitment phobia on my part. I desperately wanted to seek refuge in the excuse of summer holidays but I have decided to act otherwise or rather wise.
This is why at the dawn of June, I am back with renewed zest. I am going to be pushing myself to take on a personal challenge to write like I did in April.
I have this question running in circles in my mind since yesterday. Are coincidences for real? Does anything ever happen without having reason behind it? Is the time spent nurturing our hobbies or relaxing our frayed nerves wasted?
I am aware, that there might not be logical explanations to such ambiguous thoughts. Not ones that can satisfy me instantly. But like every other time, I am sure these are hints of an oncoming change in my life.
Not very long ago, I learnt to connect the dots of the events that collate to changes I’d never thought I’d allow in my life. The past few days have been hinting at something similar. Though this time, I want to work in synergy with the universe. I want to tell the unknown, divine forces that I am prepared to work with them and not antagonise them.
Resisting change has been one of the major energy drainer activities I have expended a good share of my vital years in. Not any more. They say,there is nothing a waste in life. What doesn’t make us, serves as a valuable lesson. I am ready to show life, that I have been doing my home-work. I am prepared to act wiser having read, understood and applied the lessons learnt.
The school holidays are far from over. Acting on any plans is tough given the crazy schedule I follow from morning to night tending to the whims and wishes of my child. That’s why I am going to put to use this time in straightening my line of thought. Having a decent action plan formulated. And most important of all, staying put to writing more regularly.
How have you been?
Has summer been keeping you excited or busy?
The song on my mind: Kal ho na ho (title track)