Utopia

                    What if one day I get up and find out that there is nothing to do at all. It would be a day wherein I could feel happy and say, ”Yeah! Nothing to do. I am free today.”
It’s a day-I happen to realize that there is nothing else remaining for me to do. Everything has ended. I have gained love, Success, and people. I have tried too many things. I could look back at my past and feel the present only to know that my life was all messy but everything has concluded to a better destination. All the bad days would only remain as the blurred memory and the positive rays would surround me from all the corners. I would turn into a peaceful person. Maybe I would not hold any hatred feelings for anyone. I would have reached that level of my life, wherein I would be happy with everyone around me. The world would seem to be filled with beautiful minds. There won’t be any place for regret, sufferings, blames in my mind. I could have blamed everyone around me, by now I chose not to blame anyone. There won’t be any compromise in further life. No more troubles coming closer in any form.

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I wish I would wake up one day and realize my whole life had been a dream and I am actually a different person living a different life. Perhaps a much better life wherein I could be me, myself!!!

 

As we go through the hustle and bustles of our life, we don’t have to wait for the right time of nirvana feeling. Each day we can try to take little steps by avoiding the stings of negativity and proceeding with the ingredients of positivity.

 

 

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31 comments

  1. It is absolutely the hardest thing to do, but also the right thing to try to achieve …

  2. Mosaics Lab says:

    Avoiding negativity! I struggle with that everyday, so difficult but the only way for us to move forward. Thanks for the awesome read.

  3. We all deserve utopia. One day hopefully we all will.

  4. This is such a thought provoking post. When we wait for our someday, our today’s past us by. Taking steps every day to make our lives what we want them to be is how we find utopia.

  5. Cindy Gordon says:

    It’s so easy to get caught in wanting something different. It’s vital that we focus on what we have and the current time.

  6. Bindu Thomas says:

    This is really a great post and avoiding negative thoughts will really help. Thanks for sharing this post.

  7. Love this and sometimes it can be easy to be sucked into negative thoughts. We all have the power to create our own Utopia and positive environment.

  8. I found this really inspiring “Each day we can try to take little steps by avoiding the stings of negativity and proceeding with the ingredients of positivity.” thank you so much for sharing! I always try to remind myself that the grass is not greener on the other side.

  9. Paula Stewart says:

    I never want to wake up with nothing left to do. The gardener in me says that I am always growing because I don’t want to start rotting.

  10. Definitely a great post to stop and think about how we are living our lives. Trying to remain positive is a challenge when we face constant difficult situations, but there’s nothing like pushing it through and thriving. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I hope that you are enjoying your weekend!

    Candace Hampton

  11. With negativity constantly surrounding us, blocking it out can be quite challenging. Staying mindful and allowing positivity into our lives is a challenge, but one that is worth it. I wish that primary and secondary schools placed more emphasis on mental wellbeing. I think this would aid in creating a positive mental wellbeing as an adult.

  12. Allowing positivity into our daily lives is the key to being happy. If we could see things through different eyes, it would help us to remember that just because something bad happened, doesn’t mean, we had a bad day.

  13. Hannah Marie says:

    Who doesn’t want freedom and time just to be detached with their particular commitments? Maybe just sleep it or have a long drive. I really like what you’re saying in this post.

  14. I’m not sure if I would want a day where I had nothing to do. I would find a day like that boring.

  15. Terri Ramsey Beavers says:

    I live every day to the best of my ablilty and I really enjoy days when I don’t have any obligations. If I could just learn to avoid negativity, I think my life and my time enjoying life would be more valuable. I’ve got to work on this.

  16. I found your last line very inspiring. Isn’t this we all wish eternally, to get our all dreams fulfilled, and we are so happy that we don’t wish anything more.

  17. Everyday I wake up with positive feeling that I want to be a good human today. But some time I have question am I good human? Trying to spread the love around. Such a good read

  18. I guess we should all be working towards our version of Utopia — each person’s might be different. THat includes avoiding negativity! Thought-provoking post!

  19. Michael David Oyco says:

    That would be total chaos. Most people might go crazy lol! What an imaginative mind you have

  20. I wish I could do this, but each day there always seems to be something to try and bring negativity in, but I do always try to look at the brighter side

  21. You’re absolutely correct. This post really resonated with me; especially, this quote: “As we go through the hustle and bustles of our life, we don’t have to wait for the right time of nirvana feeling.”

  22. You have to have a lot of discipline, but I really think you’re on to something. As we go through the hustle and bustles of our life, we don’t have to wait for the right time of nirvana feeling.

  23. You’re premise is correct. In the meantime I’m going to try to implement the advice you mentioned. This quote was also helpful, “As we go through the hustle and bustles of our life, we don’t have to wait for the right time of nirvana feeling.”

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