Life: A Multi-flavored Candy

No matter where you are and with which person you are, it’s only you and you who can understand yourself totally. Friend and even your relative pretend like they’re with you but actually none of them are with you. None of them are selfless and why the hell they should be? Actually they’re having their own life to deal with. They’re okay at their places.

Life is like a multi-flavored candy. It gives you various tastes as per the time. It depends upon you, your way of thinking, your behavior with individuals, your belief and your interest towards different things as well as people.

Sometime sweet, sometime bitter and sometimes all these tastes can be felt by you as per the phase you’re passing through. It’s normal actually but to understand its ordinariness one must have proper vision. This proper vision can’t be gained simply, to gain that vision one must pass through several phases as well as experiences.

Experiences can be of any type, it doesn’t matter the type of experience but the thing merely matters is PEOPLE! Yes, people with whom you’re concerning. People play a very essential role in making your life like a multi-flavored candy. They may put you in trouble sometime, they may help you sometime and sometime they even don’t notice your existence or say your identity. They’re only doing what they are doing usually.

Such incidents make you feel uncomfortable and you consider all these things as enormous things but things are not enormous actually, it’s your vision which magnifies tiny things as enormous things. So, you have to enhance your vision as well as thoughtfulness so that you can taste the flavor of your life.

Sometimes Sweet, Sometimes Bitter
Sometimes Sweet, Sometimes Bitter
That’s the Way how you Shine
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Bhavik Lathigara
Bhavik Lathigara is a columnist cum editor on and writes "The Mars Voyage". He is a passed out engineering student. Writing is his passion, he loves to engage experiences and motivational things in form of words. He believes that- "Words have their own importance, they can represent great things in various manner."

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