Its sad how time changes…sometimes we just want to stay in “that” moment, “that” phase for the rest of our lives. “That” phase when we were with someone special or with our loved ones, with people who we miss today and the times that made you laugh, filled you with joy and the incidents that touched your souls to the core. But with time, we move on; leaving everything behind, with a hope that this moment will come back again.
People say that those who stay in the past are the saddest people but i don’t believe in this. Cherishing memories and getting a little joy from thinking about your loved ones who are not there today is an essential part of our existence. These are the small moments that create memories which help us sail through the difficult times of our lives because they remind us that life has been good to us, we were happy and god is not ‘that’ mean.
I’ve never loved my past because i seriously thought that my past (my childhood/ growing up years/ my school/ college etc.) was not that great. I had hundreds and thousands of complaints about what could have been done in that particular situation to live that moment to the fullest (which I’ve realized was totally illogical) and may be that was the sole reason that i don’t remember much about my childhood and school years. I really don’t have any clear images of people & incidents from my past that i can recapitulate fondly.
Now, that I’ve realized the importance of moments, past seems eternal because it will never come back. The important thing is to live each moment, each second so that we can create memories and never regret about what could have been done at this very moment because later on i would know that I’ve lived and conquered the peek of happiness which is an ultimate aim of any person and be happy and content.
I really thank god for giving me a beautiful life and for sending some wonderful people who loved me in the past and created infinite memories and those who loved me ever since i was born and gave meaning to my existence and those special ones that are yet to come who will (hopefully) give thousand new memories.
Life is good ! 🙂