Do we ever wonder how many people we meet in our lives or the percentage of crowd our eyeballs catch during our life span?

The friends we make, acquaintances we have, the encounters we had or we will continue having.

Do we ever give it a thought that what if that one person wouldn’t have met, what could change in life?

How different it could have been?

Yes, I am talking about encounters, about those people who make our lives wonderful today and the memories we cherish, also about those who are not in our life but gave us a lot to cherish for. The moments, experiences, memories. Memories that would be in our conscience forever.

Also, the ones who are still with us in all our high and lows making our life beautiful. Are here for making us feel complete, supported and loved.

Each one of us encounters a few special ones without whom our lives would still be incomplete.

The people who enter our lives with all they had, poured all their emotions and feelings. The trust and time they put in us. 

Although, it may differ to each individual depending on the living conditions during the encounter. Thus Exchange of feelings also depends on a lot of factors.

For professional encounters it’s different as of personal connects and encounters.

But what if all of sudden stop meeting new people and start living in an isolation. Certainly, by doing this we’ll stop a lot of happenings in our lives. We’ll stop the possibilities of something good happening to us.

Most of the things I’ve gained and almost everyone else gains in life in terms of memories, experiences, growth is all because of we open our arms for whatever and whoever came in way of life. I tried my best to not judge and gave my best to connect.

Even if not everything was reciprocal I gave my best and that’s how everyone should be. Living without expectations, giving without hoping to get in return. Indeed it isn’t easy as human. A lot of emotions dwell up. But what sets us apart is the way we treat our encounters and connects.

Yes, there are highs and lows, no denial in that, but the patience we show in that time of the rift is what sets us apart in the long run. Our way of happiness in life.

Another problem that arises during our encounters and failures in them is our nature of being stereotypical and judgemental. 

Why it gets so tough for us to be just?

To be neutral and optimistic and not be judgemental. 

Why judge an individual based on our past life experiences?

Why it gets so complex to give it a fresh start or continuation?

All of this can be easy when we just stop doing that one thing, we constantly do. OVERTHINKING. 

Yes, it isn’t easy to stop that clock but isn’t also impossible if we try doing so.

Why do we start planning to lose people and start creating our defences in our mind over little things that if handled correctly at the moment won’t even matter after a while?

We seriously need to stop that for being happy in our lives.

Not everybody in-fact, I would say nobody is flawless. Our imperfections are what makes us human. Our fears, our love all the feelings in us makes us human. Why don’t we embrace everybody considering ourselves as imperfect and not expecting them to be perfect?

Stop OVERTHINKING, Start LIVING.

Embrace the encounters. Love People. Nature Reciprocates.

Stay Blessed. Love you all. Take Care. Let’s meet soon with another article. Hoping it would be soon.

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Pooja Udayan

Hey Amit, this is awesome. Keep writing, keep spreading joy. I love love love it. God bless. : )

Kind regards,
Pooja Udayan

GreggToiny

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Always go after your heart.