Sunday, April 29, 2012

You are always fine

















Sometimes in the middle of our life journey, we all tend to think that ‘why certain things are happening only to me?’ The usual thought of ‘why me all the time?’ crosses our mind in most of the challenging situations.

Life tends to give ups and downs, highs and lows to keep us away from monotony. We feel good to see something in action rather than in stationary. Look at the sea; every time the waves fall, they never fail to rise again. It’s fascinating to see them too.

Similarly, life’s problems are always required to keep us running in action rather than being a boring motionless object. Confusion helps to seek clarity; without the former, we won’t even think about the latter.

You’ll feel refreshed after overcoming the challenging situation. If you never try, you’ll never know your true strengths. The very thought of ‘being fine, staying good’ will make you mighty to face the task. But don’t quit and never say never.

People who pursue excellence never compromise. If you hate your life because of temporary problems, think again; for there may be someone, somewhere who's praying for a life like yours!

Falling down is a part of life; Getting back is living. Stay inspired and lead a fine life!

26 comments:

Ashwini C N said...

You've pointed out a valid thought, which people keep saying. Its better to have ups and downs and face challenges, rather than having to face a monotonous life and routine. Challenges would give us lessons and experiences and moments of pride. you've everything to gain, nothing to lose.
And yes, we might not know, but there are people who yearn for a live that we live.
Well said. Someone's back with a bang :-)

Rahul Bhatia said...

So nice to see you back! When the going gets tough the tough get going:)

ashok said...

Nice thoughts for the day...do blog often..

Anand said...

@Ashwini CN: Thanks a lot Ashwini!! Agree that only challenges can give us lessons, experience and a taste of pride.. :)

Anand said...

@Rahul Bhatia: Thanks a lot Ji... Yes, am slowly getting back to blogging. Been completely tied up with many other priorities! :)

Anand said...

@ashok: Thank you very much Ashok. Yes, I will try to blog as often as I can :)

Sowmya Swaminathan said...

"Falling down is a part of life; Getting back is living"-True words!:) Challenges are the only ones which bring out the fighter in us! What's life without a few ups and downs?! A healthy balance between them is the buzz word!:)

ganeshputtu said...

love your philosphy- reminds me of the famous dialogue from the movie ROCky- its not how you fall but how soon you get up which matters...
p.s.welcome back anand, now you have got be regular- susan is watching...

Aarti said...

hey

My 1st time here, came via Chennai bloggers group on Fb!!! ya ya, am the aarti that was supposed to come for the meet, but couldnt...

Lovely post, i totally believe in
"Falling down is a part of life; Getting back is living. Stay inspired and lead a fine life!" i keep humming the chumbawumba song.. "I get knocked down, but i get up again" :)

Anand said...

@Sowmya Swaminathan: Thanks Sowmya. Glad to see you here... Yes only challenges will bring out the fighter/rather the stronger side of us.. :)

Anand said...

@ganeshputtu: Shukriya Doctor! Agree with Rocky's dialogue... :)
PS: Been tied up with other priorities Ganesh hence couldn't update often. Will definitely do my best [susan, hope you read this!] :)

Anand said...

@Aarti: Hi Arthi, glad to see you here. Try joining us in the next meet :)
Am happy that you liked the post. Yes, getting up again is the spirit of living!

Sujatha Sathya said...

SO good to see you back :)
niice post ... nice thoughts

Saru Singhal said...

Yeah, I agree. Problems makes you a better human being. In the process of finding a solution, you come more close to life. Last line is so true and you wrote that brilliantly.

One thing, add Google +1 to your posts. People +1 the posts they like and it becomes more visible then.

Chris said...

Anand, I agreed completely. Sometimes our situation is not what we would like, and not what we ever imagined or hoped for. It is how we respond to the situation that defines us.

Zeba said...

Can't help but nod in agreement to your words.

Anand said...

@Sujatha Sathya: Yeah, so good to be back here... Thnx :)

Anand said...

@Saru Singhal: Thank you Saru for your wonderful comments. Will add Google +1 here. Thanks for the suggestion too :)

Anand said...

@Chris: Thank you for the comment and the agreement :) I second your point wholeheartedly... Welcome here :)

Anand said...

@Zeba: You comment made me smile Zeba. Thanks for dropping by.. Welcome here :)

Saru Singhal said...

Please do so this weekend:)

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Sai Pradeep said...

Nice thoughts penned down... Cant agree more..

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A S said...

hello!

I agree with you..this post too is brimming with positivity like rest of the posts on ur blog :)

Anand said...

@Sai Pradeep: Thank you Sai! :)

Anand said...

@A S: Thanks mate.. :)

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