We live in a generation where people crave to love and being loved. They keep trying but only by scrolling their mobile phones to find their perfect one. It sounds weird. Isn’t? but yeah.. that’s how it is. We concentrate more on social media profiles, forgetting what you are in real. The one with the perfect Instagram picture end up being your partner. The rest is all guided by internet- relationship goals, couple T shirts, couple watches, couple shoes.. etc..etc. Your followers may say”made for each other”, but the major thing is missing- Trust!
Watching relationship advise videos online and reading limitless love quotes and posting them as your stories will never help create trust in between. A relation without trust is like a sand castle, fragile it is. Appreciate a stronger, healthier relation. Friendship or love, learn to exchange trust and respect. Give a hand to them in their troughs and crests and finally when the quarantine is over,you will understand who all really cared, hold on to them, they will definetly stay forever.
BEYOND TOMORROW by Carolyn Glackin I am awakened by the endless yearning of bygone days Days that have come to pass And days that await me still I harken to the possibility of all that might be The true and unlimited potential of all that is And yet I exist within a paradigm of confounding inertia Which stupefies my capabilities, rendering me dull Blighted by my proverbial bedfellows, I am reduced to nothing and I nearly cease to exist And yet in that moment, self-preservation kicks in Ergo, I am that I am Time notwithstanding, I await my recompense Knowing full well that it may never come to pass I relinquish all forms of expectation and alas, I am free Free to wander, free to roam To proselytize and pontificate To evince and extol my own self-worth To contemplate not what might have been; but rather, what might yet be Aye, there'll be no dreary dirges for this lass! My days are laid out before me and they await me still Life is for the living, or so they say And what am I, if not a replica of life itself? Copyright Carolyn Glackin 4/15/2020
"Life is for the living" was originally said by the poet Langston Hughes.
Charming eyes, long hair, perfect figure, fair skin. Isn’t that the way you describe a pretty girl? Isn’t the perfect beauty concept? But is that beauty guaranteed? Never
Peel off that mask. Let your actions speak good about you. Invest on your character not on your external beauty. Because beauty is neither in those expensive mascara nor the skin fitting jeans, but is in the quality of your behaviour. Let those wrinkled skin unfold the story of time, but compelled to hide it with the fairness cream. In this world of fake dramas and selfies, be the one with an innocent smile.