Wednesday, April 13, 2011

A note to my angry self!

Yea, just come back prancing around and expect me to stay cool! What were you thinking? You let the monkey off your back and placed a giant gorilla on my shoulders. You haven't answered any of my questions yet, and yet you want honesty?! How convenient, right!

Am I angry? Of course I am. I am furious. Furious at my own incapabilities and your poor sense of judgment. As far as I know, I have made the right choices in life, and will continue to do that in the future, but thanks to you.. now I will be making the right choices in life with a giant boulder tied to my conscience. I will contemplate and then some more.. and finally will be stuck with the burden of 'If's and 'but's.

Calm myself down, and take deep breaths. That's what I will do right now.


  1. :O
    hope al ur problems wil get solved soon...

    take care :)

  2. Thanks Anoop! I need all the luck :)

  3. let it all out, most times, it helps overcome our troubles! :)

  4. Trust me, i'm trying hard to!

  5. Koi na.. problems are part of life and they only make us strong and increase our immunity. So don't worry and enjoy the festival of Vaishaki. :)

  6. Whhaaatt! so much anger you fool! chil relax...mojito anytime? :)

  7. Awww! I hope you get everything resolved soon. It sounds troublesome. :/Don't forget to take care of yourself amongst all the drama, OK? *Hugs*

    I found this quote in Jenny Blake's awesome newsletter/blog. I hope it helps:

    "Trials, temptations, disappointments all these are helps instead of hindrances, if one uses them rightly. They not only test the fiber of a character, but strengthen it. Every conquered temptation represents a new fund of moral energy. Every trial endured and weathered in the right spirit makes a soul nobler and stronger than it was before."
    - James Buckham