April 19, 2012

Gift Yourself Your Present

When you sneak back in to the past and realize that things that could have been mended were left too soon, you also realize why you never let them mend. This realization may come at a time when you are not too happy, nor are you too sad, but just, hanging somewhere in the middle, in that moment of ponder over the thought of whether tomorrow will be beautiful or not.

And yes, tomorrow will be beautiful, if you want it to be beautiful.

Before sleeping, most of us think about those wonderful moments that brought us past those days that we'd thought would never end, and it is during this time that we also tend to start thinking about the mending, the mending of the past. But, what is the past when one wants to re-do it, correct it, MEND it?

Won't the past eventually become our present, then?

Take control of the present, let THAT bring you happiness. This has worked for me, and it always does. Let the past float in the unlikeliness of the present. Keep the thoughts of the present for those sneaky moments, for those upsetting fights, for those days that you feel left-out, or even when the present seems to go in direction you don't want it to.

Learn, and keep on learning. Or rather, remember.

What's been done, has been done. But, what has to be done, should be started off with and finished till you're completely fulfilled. And it is all in our hands. We just fail to see it, sometimes. Don't waste time in thinking about mending, instead, take time out to carve a better present. Take time out to see that the present is what is more important, without which there wouldn't be a past, neither will a future take shape.

 And if a broken heart has not healed, stop the sneaking around.

(Or, you could just...


  1. True. All of it. The past sure works in mysterious ways, trying to wreck the present to a large extent.

  2. I am soo glad you understood what I was trying to say :)

    Thanks for reading! Issi baat pe, have some Nutella :D

  3. I take away so much from this :)

  4. Thanks for sharing this valuable information.