I could toy my heart
And watch it bleed
I could find my lungs
And maybe it’ll breathe
I had once lived a life
So tormented to be
I could swallow so many words
And maybe you’ll never see
That once it’s done
And I’m on the floor
You couldn’t fathom
That I couldn’t take it
Boy: Oh my God, are you okay??
Boy: Sweetie!! Talk to me!!
Boy: You what?? YOU WHAT???
Girl: I have cancer and I am on life support.
Boy:………………… > breaks into tears
Girl: They’re taking me off tonight.
Girl: I wanted to tell you, but I couldn’t.
Boy: Why didn’t you tell me????
Girl: I didn’t want to hurt you.
Boy: You could never hurt me.
Girl: I just wanted to see if you felt about me the same as I felt about you.
Girl: I love you more than anything. I would give you the world in a heartbeat. I would die for you and take a bullet for you.
Girl: Don’t be sad. I love you and I’ll always be here with you.
Boy: Then why did you break up with me?
Nurse: Young man, visiting hours is over.
(The boy leaves and later that night the girl is taken off of life support and dies, but what the boy didn’t know is that the girl only asked him those questions so she could hear him say it one last time. She only broke up with him because she knew she only had 3 more weeks left to live and thought that it would cause him less pain and give him time to get over her before she died.)
NEXT DAY The boy is found dead with a gun in one hand and a note in the other.
THE NOTE SAID:
“I told her that I would take a bullet for her, just like she said she would die for me.”
The Golden Key for me is – Never lose confidence in your own self, nor change your personality or dreams to suit another….
Main apni favorite hoon! ( “I am my own favorite”)
Let us give up bothering about what people will say, or what the world will think. We can be our own judges, and compete with nobody else but our own selves. Let us resolve to start walking towards our dream with a no-nonsense walk, self-assured voice and eyes that exude confidence-all these serve to surround us with an invincible winner’s aura that attracts all good things.
And then, who can stop us from becoming our own favorite persons?
Isleye “Main to apni favorite Hoon!” (That’s why “I am my own favorite”) kya aap ho??? (Are you???)
And I think this Golden Key can open any door in your life.
Does every love story have a beautiful ending???
‘No’ everyone is not that much lucky to get a soul mate some even won’t get or attempt to make a mate either.
May be one of the main reason was that they loved the other person so much that even after their breakup they can’t leave that person emotionally.
Like an item inside a shop display board. Every item inside a shops display board won’t get sold, but still it was there for the peoples attraction till it expires.
I am one of those items…
And there will be a glass wall between you and me…..
For some people work never stops. It doesn’t matter whether they are physically present in the office or not. These people clock in early to write that report, skip lunch to finish a conversation on the phone and again stay back till late, waiting for approvals.
Weekends, when they should be sipping hot coffee with friends or having a dinner table conversation with family, are mostly spent resolving work issues. We label them as “workaholics’, the ones who get a buzz from working under intense pressure is real or not; work addicts put themselves under constant pressure because that’s the only way they can function.
A workaholic’s craving for the sense of achievement is often driven by insecurity and perfectionism. For them, the work is far beyond just a source of income; it eclipses everyone and everything else in their lives.
We are witnessing a com modification of the work force, not just products. We are required to have speed, urgency and efficiency. This can modify to make everyone a workaholic. we have to be super efficient and work like robots, and every day, we are working harder to prove our self-worth to others and even to ourselves. Nothing seems enough.
We often work till late in the night just because our colleagues are doing so. But the fact is we always have a choice. What we lack is the skill set, attitude and knowledge to finish work faster. We equate time spent at work with success. And that’s not always true.
In the west, studies on corporate culture have often proved that addiction to work is no less than addiction to alcohol-it affects people’s emotional and physical well being. the Japanese have coined a special term for extreme workaholism. They call it “Karoshi” or “death by overwork”!
Workaholics neglect people close to them. They do not think that relationships that are closest actually need the most work. Even if they are physically present with their families, their mind is preoccupied with work. Moreover, they are so tired after a long day that they have no stamina for any activity outside work. It’s all a vicious cycle.
People are witnessing a rocket rise in anxiety, depression and nervous breakdowns. So how do we bring a dead-end to this behavior? “The young worker in India needs to switch off at 3.30 pm on Friday and have Saturday and Sunday for work -life balance. Hard work does not mean long hours. It is a disaster that will lead to burnout. Youngsters in their 20s need to plan their work habits with care as it will impact their physical and mental health in the long term”.