Life is so endlessly Beautiful in all it's colours .
White ( symbolic of purity and innocence ) Life is beautiful in white when worn by a bride going towards a new beginning . Representing her hope and glee.
Red ( symbolic of sacrifice and courage ) Life is beautiful in red when worn by the brave soldiers who keep their family photo in their wallets but the nation in their hearts . Representing their bravery and warmth.
Yellow ( symbolic of happiness and optimism ) Life is beautiful in yellow when worn by a Child who never fakes a smile and there is no cruelty . Who never seeks a reason to smile . Representing their inner joy and credence .
Black ( symbolic of power and rebellion ) Life is beautiful in black when worn by the Black people who fought bravely for their rights and identity, making everyone to believe in the elegance of black . //BLACK LIVES MATTER // Representing their authenticity and proud .
Blue ( symbolic of serenity and stability ) Life is beautiful in blue when worn by a mother who carries her child for nine months in her womb calmly . She herself looks like serenity and stability and never complaints for her torments . Representing her motherhood and kindness.
Green (symbolic of vitality and fertility ) Life is beautiful in green when worn by the nature , Always giving and expects nothing . Breeding life , Green color is god's blessing to the humanity . Representing life and harmony .
The last time I heard this song, I ended up crying really bad, which is strange for a song that is nowhere near sad and which doesn't have a depressing tone. It's actually a beautiful melody, coupled with pretty guitar strings and the soft voice of Arko complementing it well but still I cried.
Coz The first time I heard this song, it wasn't Arko singing it nor was it the finely produced studio version that can be easily found on any of the online music streaming platforms. It was a simple voice recording, without any beat or music, just a young lady singing her way through Urdu words she had no idea about. And somehow I prefer her version over his.
And this girl has no clue how many times I've sat in a corner and weeped my innocent heart out listening to it. And she isn't here anymore to see me failing to gather myself up through every listen, but maybe if the sky has a peephole and my ceiling isn't there anymore, she can catch a glimpse of me.
Normally it takes a little time before I start my weeping session. During the first few seconds, I have this constant smile or rather a memory of the smile I used to wear listening to it in the early days but as the song progresses, my smile starts to crumble and my face collapses into my knees. My cotton shorts are right there to help in absorbing the pool of tears I end up breaking loose.
"Mere dil ke lifafe mein Tera khat hai janiya Nacheez ne kaise paa li Jannat yeh janiya ve"
This line is where I give in, this particular line, is where I'm at my lowest and it's where I take off my earphones to bury my head deeper into my lap. And while a silent sugary voice crawls out of the earphones, it doesn't make it past my ear which is largely populated by my own loud sobs at this point. And as the line suggests that I was fortunate enough to have witnessed this beautiful heaven before my eyes, it fails to mention how I didn't have the luck to keep it with me forever.