what you see,
who you meet,
is a mystery.
Who joins you,
who you join,
as time travels,
is but destiny.
So many faces we face in a day, so many steps we take in a day. And as we walk through life, we never know if we will meet again the cute little girl who smiled at us just like that. Or the old man with a hundred wrinkles who made that face when we indulged in some PDA. Or the handsome foreigner who greeted us a good morning all through our stay at a hilltop Indian hotel while the natives ignored us and vice-versa. Or the lovely person running to catch a train while we are doing the same at a station we never visited before!
If only life was a Yash Chopra movie! We could rewind and play that moment when we crossed paths with our soul mate on a busy day, neither of us noticing each other, not knowing our paths will cross again and then join for good!
We do not know what we might remember as we notice so many people and things in a day. And beautiful moments are mysteries of memories, some stay with us for long, some leave us in week, some are gone even before we are able to recollect.
So take a pause. Live in the moment. Observe. Smile. Make a memory you would want to, and could, recollect.
This post is written for Indiblogeswari's #ThatTuesdayThingy - an attempt to challenge ourselves in unknown spheres! It is in context of this amazing music by Rahul Sharma:
I actually paused and searched my memory - and found smiles, seems like my mind collects smiles, such a happy thing. ThanksReplyDelete
:) Ya some smiles are really so sweet, they stay with us forever! Wondering if there is something called Smile Therapy! If not, I guess that would be my next post!Delete
this is sweetReplyDelete
the Yash chopra movie thingy made me smile but foreigners smiling at hill top restaurants and Indians staying indifferent is some thing I experienced many times :)
@Afshan, it feels pretty strange right? The first time I experienced it was during my honeymoon at Ooty. Inspired by the foreigners, I felt like smiling at other Indians staying at the same hotel... but it felt so weird. At the first attempt, I did not get a response, and so I didn't try again ;)Delete
Make a memory...we always are. Good take on this.ReplyDelete
Thank you Janu!Delete
What a lovely post. And yes I too would like to live life like a romantic Yash Chopra movie.ReplyDelete
Dropping by from TuesdayThingy.
Hey Suzy, thanks for dropping by... long time! Ah I wish life was as romantic as those movies :)Delete
You actually make it seem really easy along withReplyDelete
your presentation however I to find this matter
to be really something which I think I'd by no means understand. It kind of feels too complicated and very large for me. I'm looking forward for your next put up,
I will try to get the hold of it!
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Point taken Anonymous. See you around!Delete
WOW.. I so wish life was this simple. I loved ur postReplyDelete
Hey thank you so much!Delete
"And beautiful moments are mysteries of memories, some stay with us for long, some leave us in a week, some are gone even before we are able to recollect."ReplyDelete
And with that you have just about summarized the essence of life. What a wonderful perspective Anu. Good luck!
Ah I replied earlier and my comment disappeared LOL! Wonder how my blogging account is not allowing me to comment ;)Delete
Thank you for the comment Vinita! If it wasn't for you this post and these words wouldn't have turned up!
We so wish our life was a Yash Chopra movie, isn't it? Nicely put.ReplyDelete
I bet! These movies have have contributed a lot in making us a romantic person with loads of romantic expectations ;)Delete
Who joins you is indeed destiny. Living and enjoying each moment counts. Nice :)ReplyDelete
Thank you Shail for the sweet comment :)Delete
Beautiful ! Live in the moment. Enjoy it ! So well said !ReplyDelete
Thank you Ruchira!Delete
Lovely Post Anu...most times in a hurry to reach our destination we forget to stop and smell the roses...ReplyDelete
Hey thanks! I am glad you liked it :)ReplyDelete