938 posts
  • jeetspeaks 4d


    Comeback becomes easier when people around you accompany happily and readily

  • hoorbanu98 5d

    When it is risk, Be Famished to Dazzling.!

  • rohitkr001 2w

    Be Brave

    Be Brave and Take Risks: You need to have faith in yourself. Be brave and take risks. You don't have to have it all figured out to move forward.


  • perspektive 2w

    ❤️The Dilemma❤️

    Is it fear, pride or ego? I know I've let fear stop me from a lot. Knowing fear is a lack of faith is one thing. So how much faith do you have in God when your natural fears kick in? Let Go now. How much time do you really have. Everyone judges so get over it. I'm starting to. Be your true self at all times for that will attract reality.

    We can also carry in our hearts a fear of rejection or a fear of losing something or someone we never had. What if it's we can handle the word no, we just are afraid of what's to follow after? Is it the long silence or disconnect from the person, place or thing, never to be the same after pursued?

    Could we be afraid of change? Being so complacent in our lives or are we just at terms with being alone? Soo many want love and that sense of comfort knowing they will never be alone in their life's journey knowing the love of their life holds a special place in their heart and lives there through to the last dying breath.

    How do you achieve such a high!? The road blocks that are placed by self that deny access to such opportunity are set for all of our wandering thoughts to end our search for a soul mate to self-destruct, in which leaves fragments of our desires scattered across the sea of regret.

    Hopefully they stay afloat and drift back to one place, piecing back together our confidence and faith in love, replacing the fear of rejection with the reassurance of God's love and the one of self, for with those two we can be aware of our self worth and know we are one in the same. With all of us on this journey to find out soul's counterpoint, we can sleep in peace knowing we are be prepared for such a ceremonious day!

    Some people get what they want, but then they act like they don't want what they're given. I think its because sometimes the form it takes isn't quite the form they wanted. That the person giving it and in the manor in which it's given isn't what they wanted. Or maybe the timing is simply off. Or maybe, it's just that when you don't know what you want nothing is ever enough.

    I think that's the real tragedy. That life gives us exactly what we've been wanting but we fail to embrace it. Simply letting those moments and people pass us by not knowing it's actually what we really needed.❤️

  • dr_gunjita 3w


    I took a risk of living alone,
    Alone without having you beside me..
    Letting my heart cry every moment,
    Just to see you smile,
    Coz I realised you were happy with someone else...

  • kriti_dinesh_shukla 3w

    Be a Risk taker

    Risk anything! Care no more for the opinion of others ... Do the hardest thing on earth for you. Act for yourself. Face the truth."

  • anetita 5w


    My meter is broken,
    No warnings to heed.
    Shook it a few times,
    But it still didn't read.
    My compass points to a precipice,
    Directing my heart to its peak.
    While others flee from peril,
    Danger is just what I seek.


  • sirishajaiswal 6w

    Hustle and Practice Discipline Everyday For Your Dreams!!!

  • sirishajaiswal 7w

    Life Is Meant To End One Day!
    Important Is Your Contribution To Social Welfare and Good Deeds!!!

  • sirishajaiswal 7w

    Life Adventures, Experiments and Risks Contribute Towards Success

  • gutzwvw 8w


    Feel my thumbs permenating your brain.
    Like water on a rainy day.
    When you read, you risk.
    A strike of thunder.

  • michaelnene7 10w

    Sometimes to find true happiness
    you have to RISK some tears. 


  • garusha 14w


    Life without risks is like a ship freely sailing in the wind. You might think it's sailing to somewhere atleast, but it actually is circling in the middle of the ocean, till eternity or until you get its control.


  • iamsatyajitrout 15w


    Yes it may seem as through you are forced to take few risks to discover what you are best at and the essence of your life's purpose...
    But no, because there is never a risk in discovering yourself and self enlightenment...

  • silent_killer2111 15w

    I took a big risk in my life, where I was forced to face the real world. Live in an unknown place with unknown people without mom and dad. I was shattered when I was about to leave my home. I was totally broken into peices. Shiver ran down my spine, my hands were trembling. It was the biggest step in my life.
    #creativearena #writingcontest #risk

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  • likwidsay10 15w

    For a long time I knew I loved my best friend but I loved him in a way he couldn't love me in return. For twelve long years I refused to say those three words that change everything. Not for a lack that I didn't but I was afraid of the outcome. I knew he felt something but I was unprepared about what was about to transpire between us. I watched him love others and jealousy killed me on the inside. Everyday he didn't know it felt like I was lying to him and I wanted to be completely transparent with him. I figured it could end in three ways. One, He could love me the same way that I love him. Two, he wouldn't feel the same way but for the sake of our friendship he'd be cool with it. And three, it could go horrible wrong and end our friendship. I was displaying artwork in a Native American art exhibit and I brought him along with me. I got a check just for going. So I went and bought up some booze. I was planning on working up the courage to tell my friend how I really felt. We hit bars up on the way to the Indian reservation lake Leena where my cousin had some people we could party with. I was down and so was everyone else. That night I got drunker then I've ever been drunk. Everyone went into the house and I stayed out in the car. Where I passed out until day light. That morning my friend had the bottle of booze I bought earlier. It was Blue Bombay Sapphire Gin. We didn't have any mixer with it and a little under half the bottle was left. The stuff is almost hundred proof. If you drank like Tanquray you'd know its strong. While drunk we engaged in a little rough housing. Where alone in the garage I worked up the courage to tell my friend how I really felt. I told him, "You know I love you, right?" He looked at me and said, "You're a fool!" He got up and wondered around the garage like he was in some sort of pain. He then went on to say, "You're ugly, do you think anyone would ever love you?" I felt sorta sad because instead of saying it was alright or saying I love you, too. He was getting ugly about it. I wondered outside and fell drunk on the ground. Where he got on top of me and started to choke me while bouncing up and down on me sexually. He told me, "I'm going to kill you. Die, fucker die." I said, "What could you do to me? I'm already dead." While he was bouncing up and down he beat on my chest with his fist. I was drunk so I didn't feel it. I don't remember how it stopped but I ended up in the back seat of the car with his head on my shoulder. I remember the shock of what I had just been through but was too drunk to comprehend. My friend who I told I love you to just assaulted me in a grotesque manner. When I got home I began to sober up. While he lied sleeping in my bed I wanted to grab a knife and slice him open but I didn't. I went into the bathroom and started to cry. It was in the evening when I finally said to my cousin. This dude really, really hurt me. It started a scene. Where he said, "What?! Now you don't love me." And a fight ensued. Where they chased him down the street. He got jumped by three people for what he did. I couldn't help but to feel sad for him yet upset. The cops were called and they showed up at my door. I showed them the bruises on my chest that were now just turning yellow. I made up a story and they asked if I wanted to press charges. I said, "No." They said, "Well, we got pictures and we strongly suggest it." But I loved him still and I couldn't do it for the life of me. I later heard he showed up at a house bloody and beat up saying, "Call the cops." For two weeks after that it hurt to breath. I was reminded of what saying, "I love you." Did to me. It was apparent to me by someone else that he probably was a homophobe and probably had feelings himself but couldn't admit to it. That's why he reacted the way he did. A few months later I was walking home when a brown van pulled up next to me. I opened the door and saw it was him. I cautiously got in. Where he started to talk saying, "I know I'm the last person you want to see." I remained silent almost the entire ride. He said, "What happened between us is squashed but don't expect me to hang around you and visit. If you need to talk though I'm here" When he dropped me off he said, "I'll see you around." And I replied, "No, you won't." Then closed the van door. It seemed almost fitting cause I literally closed the door and walked away. Twelve years of friendship down the drain. As I walked away I felt a sense of accomplishment I had lived my truth and though it turned out bad. I could hold my head high. It's a risk to tell someone you love them. Especially, when you don't know how they feel. After that I was afraid to admit to anyone that I loved them because of what had transpired. I created a secret world within me that the outside world knew nothing about. It was damaging to tell me I was ugly cause I honestly believed him. It plagued my confidence for years afterwards. People often say I love you but don't know what it means. I learned that it ends with pain. I became more aware of my feelings and guarded myself. I had been sexually abuse as a child and this added to the hurt. Never in my life have I ever regretted saying those three words and I wondered what would have happened if I hadn't said it.


    #creativearena #writingcontest #Risk

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  • amoghavarsha 17w

    The real risk is doing nothing.
    - Denis Waitley

  • soulfullyps 18w

    आज फिर से छुपकर उनके पीछे पीछे उन्हें घर छोड़ कर आया हूं

    और मेरे दोस्त कहते हैं कि आज फिर अपनी मौत को छू कर आया हूं


  • crystac 20w

    Question of the day (or in this case, the millennium)

    Who on Earth sends children to school during a pandemic?


    It's Sunday, a few hours before schools reopen. Everything is going good...

    Not really.

    My little brother is going back to school.
    He's going to be in school.

    During a pandemic that's currently killing the human race like flies (that's how I see it)

    I know I wrote about me being in college doing my examinations however this is different.

    I meant the college of LIFE. I meant LIFE. I didn't mean the literal college. Anyone could see right through my words.

    I actually can't help but to be sympathetic to my little brother.

    And the rest of the children who'll be resuming to the institutions tomorrow.

    If it were up to me, I'd actually let him stay home. I don't mind fighting with him at all.
    It's better for me to have an annoying sibling alive and healthy than going to bed each night knowing full well that he's fighting for his teen life.

    It's true.

    "I don't think the Minister understands his actions. By him signalling the flag to reopen, he's risking the lives of thousands of kids all over the country. Parents are at their stretch when it comes to finances and there's no way they're going to provide sanitation kits to the students. They're just going to push the burdens to the families. It's easy for him to say what he said 'cause his family has access to the best medical care but what about the children in the slums? Or in the arid areas where they said they were going to build schools but failed miserably? What about the children whose schools have been flooded and schools that may have been destroyed during the six - seven months break? What about them?"

    Oh yeah.

    I know I complain about how annoying this 15 year old boy is but he has more common sense than most of the politicians.

    I'm not joking.

    "What did mum say?"

    "She wants me to go."

    "And Auntie Lydia?"

    "Vice versa."

    I know mum is telling him to go just to help him escape from wrath isn't an aid to this. If more than anything, it's making things worse.

    Think about it.

    Children are like rabbits. They're all over the place, touching every single thing they see.
    Then we have the teens, the 'rebels and occasional misfits' like some people say.
    Then we have the young adults, like me. The 'I have the mind to follow rules but will not because I want to live my life' blah blah blah.

    "Is this a test God? Because if is, the Ministry of Education has flopped heavily. This man has just sentenced innocent children to death."

    I'm with him on this one.

  • solitudelover 22w


    Never take a risk if it isn't worthy