​Remember the times when period cramps and bitchy friends were the only things that could screw up your life? Now look at yourself,the hurdles you’ve crossed, the realities you’ve faced.Who knew you could be so strong….so grown up.A woman in her 20’s could experience the nasty teachings of her life grown so old! I don’t want to sound biased with the title,it is just what I as a person have felt over these years.πŸ˜‚

Had a fight with your family?Not able to cope up with the loss you witnessed?Or going crazy because you cannot figure out your career? The gruesome boss is too much to handle and you can’t take out a moment just for yourself?Crying for a person whom you loved and now broke up with? 

Cry….cry your hearts out because it is fine to do so.But once you are done, realise it is not the end.Things happen because you were capable of handling stuff! The only thing to remember always is that you were born as an individual and you should always try to maintain your uniquity.Every other thing was fetched along your journey, you were the only constant in your rapidly varying life.

People come into our lives for a reason.Each and every event…every person you meet has a lesson cooked for you…might be easy…or might be terrifying as death! But surely a moral to be absorbed in our lives.

Carrying on with betrayal, unhappiness or guilt is definitely the most dreadful way to continue.If you are angry at someone you care about or someone’s perfidy is hard to live with, go shout out yourself.Then forgive them, not to be counted as “mahaan” or “great”, but to help your soul heal.After all,such negativity is a burden to handle and you must be your first priority. 

Dying to buy those new glittery shoes,but are out of cash? Earn or save to arrange your budget to buy them.Do what gives you peace and that beautiful smile of satisfaction!πŸ˜ƒ

Follow your advices; advices that emerge from the solution book you have inside, not those which are a result of immediate emotions of anger , love, hatred etc.Remember you are your own counsellor.If things have gone wrong,stop them there and compensate to make it better ahead. 

You have the right to build your own fort…with bricks embedded with your ambitions, dedication and hard work.

Don’t let it be adulterated with something that is not yours.Let others give their contribution and think over that too, but keep that out of your castle!

Be the “Potter” of your own life… the girl who lived!πŸ˜ƒ



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