Enjoying a blissful life, with my sweet family, unexpectedly I felt clutched by some unknown syndrome. I found myself rigid, which I was actually not.
After my son’s marriage all my assertions were lying on the floor as my failures. Suddenly, changes seemed unacceptable to me. Desperation brought me towards loneliness, and my family was facing the result of this erratic situation.
I rebuked myself for showing narrow mindedness when the other side was concerned; I regretted being an eccentric person at this age.
‘I’ll change’, I was determined.
‘Now it does feel like home, doesn’t it?’ My heart whispered.
This post is the part of 100 Words on Saturday 2014 #17
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Last month, I went for my routine medical-checkup. My interpreter could not accompany me on the day of my appointment as she had to deal with something urgent, and I was worrying about the problems that may arise while communicating with the doctors.
After my throat-scan, the doctor indicated a problem …I got worried! Though she could not describe, she eased me by saying that I shouldn’t worry because it is a peaceful-problem.
I was relaxed…in-fact was enthralled by that collocation “peaceful-problem”. While driving back home I kept pondering on that term.
I was thinking about problems present around me, and found that most of them were peaceful… if seen from a different vantage point.
Thanks doctor for putting me in self-realization mode where I can understand the things from a new perspective.
I wish I’d known this before what I knew now.
It is not always that our internal motivating system is on; sometimes we encounter special incidents that connect us to that system, and drive us towards enlightenment.
Do you think so?