Maybe we are not aware of it.

Transition in life varies from man to man, but we have no conception about the transition of death. Like life, death welcomes us differently. When a person dies at an early age, it is so sad, but it’s comparatively okay if death comes at an old age. When a patient dies after prolonged suffering, it’s relatively okay rather than someone dying in an accident. All we are aware of it. But if death is not the ultimate, then it also has a transition, we are just not aware of it.

© Anindita Bose 2020

There is always an answer…

Life is full of stories.
Some good, some bad, some adventurous.
We think less about the bad if we have the good in hand.
But when something terrible happens,
We then learn to fight with it.
In life, we, people, meet with others.
One or two occupy an indispensable place in our hearts.
Then we don’t think of missing each other.
Here’s such a story of a boy and a girl.
They were blindly in love.
One day God came and asked,
‘Do you wanna miss each other in any of your births?’
They said, ‘No, never.’
But God had more questions for them. He again asked,
“But you have to miss each other. So, what will you do?”
They remained silent.
Then to find out the answer,
God went to a mother and asked her,
“Do you want to miss your children in any other birth?”
Naturally, the mom said no.
God again asked,
“But you have to miss them. So, what will you do? “
Mother said, ” If I have to miss my children in other births, I wanna miss them when they would get a healthy and comfortable life.”
God surprisingly asked, “Why so? What is your benefit here?”
Mother said, “I don’t need my benefits. I wanna be by their side more when they are in trouble.”

© Anindita Bose 2020

Feeling grateful.

Very recently I crossed 50K views here. As only a few thousand are in this community from all over the world, not in millions, so this success is not negligible with respect to a blog. However, thanks to all of you for visiting my blog. As my blog is all about living, my thoughts will never get old and many more visitors will come here when they get to know about it. And special thanks to the editor of my blog, blogger Megha Bose.

Thanks for your recognition and support.

I achieved all these very early and posted details about it. By the way, I was content every time I wrote something here. My thoughts have surely been of varying level and style but I am delighted to express myself on such a great platform. All of my awards are your kind way of supporting me though many other bloggers are also deserving to be recognised. However, I always give more importance to work than recognition. Once again, thank you.

We live in this world both internally and externally.

Externally we have limited potential. Our physical beauty and structure are not up to us; we can only keep ourselves healthy. This external existence comes with birth and perishes when we pass away, which means its validity is only associated with this world. But, how we can internally exist here is mostly in our hands. Everyone may not be equally intelligent or may not survive in the same environment, but our outlook on life is in our hands, and we can enhance it more or less to rise. In this way, we can say that our internal existence is wider than our external existence, so this internal existence can not only be associated with this world. Instead, I think it reaches out to the entire universe, and it either remains the same or gets enhanced or diminished according to the way we live here.

© Anindita Bose

True respect comes from inside.

In one of my earlier posts, I said that the word ‘Respect’ is not related to only elderly ones; it’s related to all. Here, I want to say more about it. As we should not hurt anyone, we respect many ones, almost everyone, but actually, is it a thing to give, or should it automatically come from inside irrespective of who you are or what you are doing? The relationship or friendship doesn’t even matter here; the issue is how you are connected with someone by the soul. Children or students or so-called servants or juniors sometimes respect their parents or teachers or so-called masters or seniors respectively from fear, but sometimes they do so from affection. Both are called respect, but the first one is showing off, and the second one is a bonding of the soul that is immortal. As giving respect is an essential part of life, we should give it to everyone more or less, but it is not just a thing of giving; it should also come from the heart.© Anindita Bose