What if I love!

Love Yourself

Society has to approve of it – that’s is how a lot of us decide what we love and like, hate and despise. Are we really being ourselves when we express ourselves? Most of the time, we played in the hands of others, knowingly or blissfully ignorant.

We buy new gadgets because we want to show them off, we love good-looking people because they make us look good, while we sacrifice everywhere to ‘create’ the image we want others to have. Why does it matter? or Does it? Anything is no good unless it serves the purpose – people or things.Would you want to love Haris Pilton when you know she won’t love you back (although she is damn hot!) or would you buy an expensive tablet just to access facebook? Which you can do on any other machine.

Our definition of life has changed or say is crooked – we live for others, oh! sorry, we live to show-off! All the time!

When was the last time you did something, being oblivious of the fact how or what others will feel?



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8 thoughts on “What if I love!

  1. Prashant July 4, 2012 at 10:59 am Reply

    we can’t stop time from changing…we change too…the trick is to keep the same amount of “soul” inside this lil heart !
    awesome expressions bhaijaan !


  2. Khalid Raza July 4, 2012 at 11:05 am Reply

    Yes and keeping that ‘soul’ has now become a task, which ideally should be a natural way of life. My blog, your comments and our efforts are in the right direction to keep nudging and finaly we will see the change. Thank you for the encouragement.


  3. Omega July 5, 2012 at 4:35 am Reply

    When was the last time ‘I’ did something, being oblivious of the fact how or what others will feel? I do them everyday. And I completely agree with Prashant. The idea is to trick the world to see what it wants to see & deep inside you still do what ‘you’ feel is right. Stay connected yet stay disconnected. And I am learning.


  4. Khalid Raza July 5, 2012 at 5:30 am Reply

    Dear Omega – it is indeed commendable that you are able to do it ‘everyday’. Do share the trick with all. Thank you for your perspective.
    People like me struggle to always keep the ‘me’ away from ‘self’. There are facets which do look alike but starkly vague and distinct. We all are learning.


  5. soumyav July 9, 2012 at 6:07 pm Reply

    keeping alive the passion for anything always that irrespective of the world’s view is difficult,but that is the onlty thing that can keep us alive and enthusiastic, ranging from using a simple or high fi gadget to the idea of living and its way..


  6. Khalid Raza July 10, 2012 at 3:55 am Reply

    And those who are able to do it are living in the true sense of the word, others are just …existing!


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