Monday, May 21, 2012
Shopping list of the Soul
I want to have a job, A job I will love and respect.
I want to take a vacation, on my own
I want to write for a living, (No conditions at all)
I want to be read
I want to be inspired to do the right thing
I want to sleep every night knowing I have lived this day to the best of my abilty
I want to wake up knowing this day holds promise
I want to be reassured that life as we know will change and still everything will fall into place
I want to enjoy coffee at 3 in the morning and not be questioned for insanity
I want to walk aimlessely and still know im taking in something wonderful
I want the flowers in my garden to bloom
I want to not wear a facade of being sure.
I want to be able to talk to everyone I meet without questioning their intent
I want for it to be easy to forgive
I want for it to be easy to forget
I want for it to be easy to believe
I want for everything to be sorted
I want to restart my life at my will
I dont mind complexities. I want them to add meaning to life.
I want to be at peace with myself and love myself deeply to know that no matter how let down I feel, how badly I fail at being the best of me, there is still place in my heart to forgive myself and move on.
This is everything Ive want while i sleep this night. I dont think any of this will so much as come close to happening in the next few years, but 20 years from now when I look at this list I am hoping I'll have atleast a few things that I can strike off.
This is not a wishlist, this is 'a list'. In the middle of the night when I close my eyes and wonder what all this 'self help' is about, I want a reminder to tell me this self help is needed. That the realisation of what I truly want is important. This is the soul shopping list of the person they call Meghana.