A constant conflict you feel inside. Never knowing is it the heart or your mind. A surge of turbulence and waves of panicky but you still wanna do the right thing. You let go of the things you love ,the things you craved for ,the things once you thought you could never let go. Forget irony now that’s hilarious!. But is that what you want? pretending to be happy with a tinge of satisfaction that you are on the right track…or maybe that you are on the right track. We all are just bogus dummies trying to convince ourselves that our choices might be the right preference. The truth? It petrifies you. You want to listen to what you want to listen .You want to see what you want to see. You want to feel what you want to feel.
Social paradigm dictates “logicality” as the most sought out solution. But you don’t wanna be logical and you definitely don’t wanna be a grub of social convention because you are getting too old for this crud. Disappointment! and now you get the frowny face. Maybe this isn’t about you or your preferences maybe it is about the mere acceptance. You cannot welcome the ‘truth’ fairy without the relentless badgering at her feet hoping she would go away.
What could be the possibly worst culmination of listening to your heart?. We all make sacrifices, we all have our fair share of pain. Going through the most resilient decisions ever made. Letting go of someone whom you love, choosing a career path you want far from the social convention. Never a plain sailing. You gotta fight if you choose to be happy. You might not be sure if this is it, if this is destiny because usually the path which seems less exasperating seems more life supporting.
Choose what you love the most rather than the one you are made to take. Go against the world and make everyday of your life count because the world knows nothing but to run behind the one who is trying to change it. Let me quote and unquote Mr.Steve Jobs “If today were the last day of your life would you want to do what you are about to do today?”. Toss a coin. Take the risk. Face the reality. Accept it. Listen to yourself maybe you could finally be happy for what it’s worth.