Wednesday, June 10, 2009

If “Today” is conserved well, then “Yesterday” can be the guideline for “Tomorrow”

It is quite true that as we move further in life, we discover new things, many times our opinions about life changes, some times we are encouraged and some times we are discouraged and disappointed by our fates. It is very important to remember; we are never constant, some times we are going up and sometimes we are coming down. Similarly our “past” can also be “ghost” for us, till only we are afraid of it. But once we have made our mind to learn from the past, it will serve as a guideline.

As children grow, their “aims” changes many times in life, perhaps they are not the aims but mere desires. An aim can’t be marked until and unless you are aware of your abilities and skills i.e. which profession you can serve most efficiently. Childhood is the time of discovering “own self” thatswhy “aim of life” keeps on changing.

At this time of my life, I can mark my aim with confidence and stability that it will not change again until I get it.
My aim is “Discovering the inner-self”- what I’m from the inside? Am I different from what I look like to the public or same? For this purpose three things are most important to know. “What I was, what I’m and what I’ll be”. People spend all of their lives in planning for better future, but I focus only on” present”. I’m saving my”past”, to make it serve as the guidelines for future.

If “Today” is conserved well, tomorrow it will become yesterday not to frighten us but to show us the right paths in the bleak times. The day is not far when we will be touching the highest peak of the glory as ,one day “tomorrow” will become “today”, yet all of the attention should be only on “today” to save “ past” because “The life goes on…”


Khurram Ali Shafique said...

Nice topic, and nice insight. Build it up, please

ReeBz said...

Thanks sir.

Hasaan Rafique said...

Nice post! :)
You've raised some very good points. You're right, many people have a mistaken ambition or aim and they never find that they should have a different aim. I read somewhere on the net "Perfection of means and confusion of aims seems to be our main problem" And of course a person without a proper aim can not be expected to gain much from life since (to quote Seneca) "When a man does not know what harbour he is making for, no wind is the right wind"

About your aim, its really good and something not very common. Wish you luck and success :) Really impressive and inspiring post, keep it up :)

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