Letter To My Younger Self

Letter To My Younger Self

Dear self, I hope you are doing well. I’m doing good too.

I’m writing this letter to remind you that you are not alone. Though you are feeling vulnerable and stuck right now but don’t worry I’m here to be with you. This feeling of being lonely is just a phase and you will get over it when you will begin to enjoy it like you enjoy other things in life…

Time is passing really quick. By this time of the year…You can see that people and things are changing too!…well, that is life buddy. yes! you got that right…’CHANGE’ is life.

Times change. People change. Things change. YOU change. What is now will not be there tomorrow…whatever you are going through right now is just a phase…whether it’s good or bad, right or wrong…it will change. Nothing lasts forever.

You will be wondering why I am saying this to you…. that’s because you are still unaware of what’s coming to you next.

We always want the good times to last forever, don’t we? that is why we believe in fairy tales so much. We always expect our lives to be like that; but when the reality strikes it’s a completely different thing. It will be the time when people like us will stop believing in them and all you will see is heart breaks, disappointments, cheating etc, etc.

I’m here to guide you to make one. YES! you can make your own fairy tale. All you need is patience, will power and love. These three things are of your superpowers and your purpose will always be related to these three things. No matter what don’t lose it.  In future, there will be times when you will think that you don’t have any power left to hold all the shit together….buts that are the only illusion that your inner demons will make you see. And no one will tell you why it’s happening with you.

And at that time all you’ll have is patience to pass through that situation, willpower to keep on going forward and love. These three things will help you in everyday life.

let me tell you one amazing fact, in spite of living in this beautiful world we also have a small inner world that belongs to us. The people we meet, the food we eat, the places we go etc. You can look at the world from your perspective. There will be times when you will feel that you have everything you wish for and you will be satisfied…that’s what I call ‘HAPPINESS’. There will times when you will feel lonely and really unsatisfied with what happens to you…and that time I want you to realize that you are not alone. Everything happens for a reason. It’s totally fine to be sad. That moment you will have to take care of yourself. So why not celebrate every moment that we get…because life is all about celebration. To celebrate happiness, to celebrate sadness, to celebrate awkwardness and to celebrate love…

I promise to be with you in the highs and lows and love you as you are. Because I can’t afford to lose myself again…

Thank you for making me who I am.

                                                                                        your lovingly,

                                                                                          YOUR  FUTURE






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