‘Our lives improve only when we take chances and the most difficult risk we can take is to be honest with ourselves’. – Walter Anderson.
Growing up in a big city like Kolkata, I was always known as the kid who is very bold, straight forwarded and free-spirited. I was not at well-mannered or neither a conscientious child. This must sound odd but this is the harsh truth. I had a real love of learning and always appreciated the opportunity to be exposed to so many things.
I am grateful to my parents for all the privileges. The unintended side effect of being the kid who is bold and free-spirited, a lot was that it set a very high bar in terms of others’ expectations of me.
Truly speaking, I hate people who show their or pretend to be perfect all the time. When they met people like me, they just try to cut the free wings because these people think that how free-spirited people or staying in a careless manner, why they and how they are speaking so freely? Their mind set is like this because they have not enjoyed their being fake perfect. ‘I was born to make mistake, not to fake perfections’.
I really love to do whatever I like. I am not here to fit into any of your world, but I am here to make my own. I would be able pursue my heart’s desires unencumbered by apprehension about how others might respond. I would be free.
I have allowed myself to delight in the journey, without worrying too much about how others might perceive whether or not I am living my life in the way they think I should. I can just be myself whoever that happens to be at the time.
Here are some suggestions for breaking free:
Do not look back and regret what you have lost. Think positive and have trust on yourself. You will surely be regarded with greater life and happiness. Always remember the great words of late Maya Angelou, ‘There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.’
Remember you are one of a kind and you must honour and respect that unique you inside yourself. No one can make you hay until you are hay from inside. Perfect is boring, but your imperfections are what makes you truly beautiful.
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