change is constant

Stuti Ashok Gupta

Nothing is permanent in life and we all quite know this but we don’t really live holding this truth with complete awareness in

context

of whatever that happens with us.

Constant cry of losing people and possessions. Can we really accept and live with believing that we are going to die someday? Omnipotence has us in complete denial and blinded us with procrastination.

Stuti Ashok Gupta

“I will travel the world one day” “i will help the needy” are all those little games of procrastination that your mind plays with you, for you to not do what you really want to.
Because “i have tomorrow to do this, today i’m just going to lie in my comfort zone and wait for things to happen to me”.
Really? Do you really have time to read all the books you want to read, all the places you wish to go? Do you really think you will make time to help the ones in need in future while you cannot do it right now with this young fresh blood in your veins?

 

 

There will always be reasons. Unless you just decide to do what you dream to do, today. Begin that book you want to write, those letters you thought you’d post..post them today.
Stuti Ashok Gupta
Those diys (do-it-yourselfs) you pin, get all the scissors and clothes, wood and paints out today. There will always be reasons, but if you wanna do it, you gotta start today. All those constraints of time, money and energy evaporate – things simply fall into place once you just begin.

It has been a consistent theme in stuti’s works, the limitness of time in our lives and how we should learn to live in the moment. This piece written by stuti reflects on the same theme of timelessness of time.



 

 

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