Life is an assortment of colors. It happens that we’re presented with all types of hues and shades. Whichever color we choose to look at, determines how our worldview is colored. I even think that the colors we pick represent our propensity to do a particular thing at a particular time.
Often we yield to situations in deciding on how we’d like to act thereupon. We may pick a color forced by necessity, rather than our free will. That is indicative of putting consideration of circumstances above our potential for progress. One must constantly fight against this urge to cave in to conditions which attempt to contain them.
Belief in oneself should come first when one wants to succeed over obstacles. Letting one’s thinking be conditioned by circumstances is accepting defeat. Defeatist attitude ought to be shunned in order to remain content at what one has, and is yet to achieve. Being content doesn’t imply slacking off, but the true appreciation of the small steps we take toward our respective destinies.
The final destination may vary for each of us, just as much as our personal choices do. We’re all colors in an assorted pack, after all. Nevertheless, every one of us can follow some common values to get to the places we want. We could all learn to be brave, optimistic and kind as we meet new people and problems on the road of life.
We could always try to think with an open mind and allow new experiences to greet us not merely as passersby, but as acquaintances. We don’t just move toward our goals with a prepared heart. We also become flexible in our approach. I believe that in the end we become rich in experiences, which turn into wealth that we spend to gain more experiences.
All I know is I must treat my life as an open house, where multiple hues clash and create a kaleidoscope of different shades. This would give rise to new perspectives and approaches I could put to use in my journey. When everything feels hollow and life seems hopeless, this kaleidoscope will paint a new lease of life on my dull heart.
Treating my body as a house in concordance with the home that life I lead is, I must keep its doors and windows open for color to flood my soul from all corners…..