‘Compromise in relationship – necessary evil’. Successful relationship without compromise – sounds too good to be true. That’s what we are told from our childhood and we have seen around us. But when you start compromising in your relationship, don’t you feel like something is dying inside? Someway the warmth of the relationship is fading away? What started as a sincere effort to make your partner happy, turns into unwanted compulsion making you bitter day by day. You start expecting your partner to do the same – compromise to make you feel better. And when your expectation doesn’t get satisfied, arguments start. Isn’t there a better way? Indeed there is. Keep reading.
She is pretty. She is beautiful. She never breaks my heart. She loves me. She smiles at me each time I look at her in the mirror. And I gain confidence in my abilities. She is me.
When was the last time you looked at the mirror and admired yourself without the odd, guilty feeling of narcissism?
I guess you know how much I love movies! While most people watch movies for Entertainment and others think that movies are waste of time, I watch movies to learn life lessons too. Infact I’ve learned many valuable lessons from different movies I watched. Wish I could share all those lessons with you (may be I will someday). But today let me share lessons from 3 South Indian movies I watched recently – Kick, Nayak and Mirchi. Keep reading, I am sure you’d love it.
How can I not write about this crazy man with white long beard, when the motto of my blog is ‘live your best life’? Who else can inspire us better than Rabindranath Tagore, to live our best lives? I listen to Rabindrasangeet sometimes, honestly not much. I read many of his writings, but honestly not all. I can’t claim myself a Rabindranath expert, but the little I got to know about this person in my life, the philosophy of life I got to read in his writings or listen in his songs, literally gave me the courage to follow my heart and live my best life. Forgive me for saying this, but right here in West Bengal, where he was born,most people are very passionate & proud about discussing his work, but very few actually follow his philosophies to improve their lives. My purpose of writing this post is to remind you about those philosophies, that can really transform your life.
Not just in lives of celebrities, look around and you’ll see that relationships are falling apart everywhere. In no way, I’m judging those couples. But somehow society is accepting break up & move on as a trend rather than putting effort to have a long term successful relationship. That’s why I decided to share some lessons I learned in my life about relationship. I hope it helps some people to improve & heal their relationships. Download Free eBook.
May be a low profile film with no superstars but India needed a film like ‘Akaash-Vani’. We are living in 21st century progressing in every fields so fast, but it’s very painful to see that still there are so many people in India and also worldwide who are still clutching on to age-old reservations. There are still so many people, specially women who are wasting their lives continuing relations that are loveless, abusive or disrespectful. Why are they tolerating? Because they are worried about what others might think or say if they decide to get out of their relationships. They are afraid to correct their mistakes & take another chance to get the life they deserve. My hope is that this movie will give the courage to all those women to kick those relationships & go for the life they deserve.