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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Rising above... On Track...

Recently, I saw the movie "Soundtrack", a remake, an inspiring story about a musician who loses the power of hearing and then makes even more amazing music than he ever did when he could hear....The philosophy that struck me most in this movie is “First accept your situation, and then discover another beauty to the world from this situation where you are” . It reminded me of what a friend said to me “zindagi jeeni hai, jaisi bhi hai”.That is, Life is to be lived however it is. You cannot choose to live only the good part” And when we live the bad part, accepting the situation it places us in,and work “with it ” that is when we discover that life has become more beautiful now, than it could have been had life been going the way it was before...

Each situation in life has a potential and the situation itself arises from our soul calling out, seeking to escape the dip it has set into. It calls out to the universe for an upheaval, something that would rouse it and liberate it from the accumulating dust of daily living. Of course “every situation can turn for good only when we make the effort to rise above it and not get washed away with it”. So don’t give up just yet, look around..the world may be changing.

How worse is your situation? The worst is you might be feeling lonely in the world. You might have been consistently abandoned always by people you depend on the most, ignored whenever you called in your need, left alone, but just check out your inner world after you accept that you are meant to depend on no one..that life intends for you to depend on yourself; you might realize that your inner strength has grown so strong that you don’t need anybody.. it couldn’t have surged out unless you experienced abandoning from every person you relied on ...Surged out because it owes you love and support.


Have you been the leaning sort by nature? Would you have ever discovered this power within you if you had found someone you could always lean on? Maybe you were meant to discover your inner strength and your trials were meant to lead you to your profound self. Just look inside you, your power might be surging and rising after each disappointment, a power that is self sufficient, a power that is complete in itself, a bliss, that needs no one to fulfill it.

9 comments:

Martha J. M. Orlando said...

The musician who lost his hearing brought Beethoven to mind. He was completely deaf when he composed his 9th Symphony, the most beautiful and complex of them all . . .

It is amazing what can be accomplished when we embrace and not bemoan the circumstances in which we find ourselves. Not easy, but what other real choice is there?

Great post! :)

Blessings!

TheBluntBlogger said...

Yes I have :) I have been through a lot and re-discovered life...You can read my schizophrenia story... :)

A well written and positive post...

Cheers,
#_#
Chintan Gupta

Jerly said...

Thank you Martha and Chintan, its an honour to have the two of u visit my post and put in a comment.

Monu Awalla said...

well.. a great post that deals with all of us to some extent..

Loved the way u started off with the crux theme of Soundtrack movie and then taking readers through a roller-coaster ride of good and bad part of life.. & ending the article with an emotional big-bang.. a cherry on cake finish..

Short and snappy wit full of energy and intellect..

Simply love it..

Keep coming with such lovely posts..

Will wait for the next one impatiently..

Smiles.. :)

Jerly said...

:)))))) Thanks moni.. sweet gesture as always

Jovy Thomas said...

The facts you said here are very true. I agree that a every problems that we face builds up our inner power! Like Monu said, the ending line is very catchy!

Jerly said...

:)thanks dearie

Aaron said...

This is true wisdom! What a wonderful post and great example. I agree with Martha it brought about in me the image of Beethoven.

Your message here is one that everyone should read. We often spend too much time looking for or waiting for what we consider to be the "good" times and miss out on so many beautiful moments.

Thanks for this post it was truly uplifting :)

Jerly said...

My pleasure that u found it uplifting :)

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