Meaningful Everything.

One good thing that happens to all writers is that they develop a keen sense of observation. They look at the world not just with their eyes but look beyond the visible and sense the invisible things that normal people cannot percept.
   We are always throwing around phrases and words like determination, hope , love , faith , trust but rarely understand and feel the meaning attached to the word.As human race gets older they have managed to develop a perfect system in which everything degrades and loses value. Most of us are in pursuit of futile things, often neglecting the much important ones. Exercise in futility is tiring our weak bones and feeble hearts. With our minds we can go very far but it is also being misused and ramapantly put to destructive purposes.  Life’s vision extends ais far as you send it. There is no prohibition of ideas and greatness, you can go a notch up higher and set your own benchmark for others to imitate.
    The need of the hour is to get out of the cocoon, recognise what is necessary and do it. We have downgraded the meaning of great words by using them carelessly even when we didn’t mean them. Once we learn to attach meaning to everything around us we begin to realize that no matter how small, things are important. Little words which take no time to be uttered carry much importance than we understand and so do our microscopic thoughts.
  

Posted from WordPress for Android by Mayank Mishra (mayank.mishra@stu.upes.ac.in)

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Author: Mayank Mishra

I am a journalist and a freelance writer. An enthusiastic writer and a seeker. Everything about words and sentences fascinates me. I like to read books of different genres. I have a passion to learn and impart new things.

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