Monthly Archives: July 2018

Maze of Life by Bhavna Rohilla

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A chirpy girl was walking in the MAZE OF LIFE.

She was delighted to meet a few people there which excited her, thinking who’s next.

After roaming a while she met a woman called failure, blocking her way. She became sad but then started again. After some time the situation repeated but she wasn’t the one to give up.

Trailing a little ahead she met a man called heartbreak blocking her, this hurted more than failure but she moved on & marked the path as lesson learned.

After a while of wandering she met two women, one named failure & other named empty pocket. She became gloomy with shattered life & broken dreams but she chose not to give up & learn the lesson.

Stepping slowly thinking who’s next & as she was thinking, she saw a man not to block her way but to give a clue to a right path, he was wisdom. Her eyes sparkled with a ray of hope.

Pacing positively, after a few paths she met a woman called success who gave a clue to complete the maze & then finally she traced the exit.

As she came out the maze’s creator asked, how did you complete while others are striving inside?

She smiled & said, “There is a price to be paid for everything”.

Going on 33

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I’m a 32 year-old writer, less than six months away from 33.

Over the weekend, my mom called me 35.

And I gulped.

Staring down the barrel of 40, the list of what I haven’t done is miles longer than what I have.

I haven’t written a book.

I haven’t been published in The Vogue, Femina, who’s who journal.

I’ve never penned an interesting story.

Nor appeared in print.

I haven’t founded a company, built a product, or been a Manager.

I’m not a “top-rated speaker.” Nobody’s paying me 100k, 10k, or even 1k to show up and open my mouth.

I’ve never gone viral.

All I am is all I am. And what I am is …

Wife to one husband.

Cheerleader to some amazing girls.

Yoga lover.

I have a job I love.

I work with unbelievably talented people who are wicked smart.

And I’m f****** good at what I do.

More importantly, I’m better at what I do today than I was a year and a half ago, a year ago, six months ago.

I’m sober.

My friends answer my calls and tell me the truth.

I’m a 32-year-old writer. Less than six months from 33.

So, yeah, life is pretty good, mom. Still … no need to rush things.

#Letsgetthisrolling #lifeasitgets

Reminder to self

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Life teaches you many a things. Here’s a list down from some of mine!

1) Everyone deserves a chance.

2) Help others not because of who they are, but because of who you are.

3) There are no overqualified candidates, only under-reported age discrimination.

4) A lie is a lie even if everyone believes it. The truth is the truth even if nobody believes it.

5) A great boss believes in you even when you do not.

6) You do not get rejected, you get redirected.

7) Your value does not decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth.

8) We live for the moment to die for. When we make a difference in someone else’s life, it is one of those moments.

9) Help others achieve their dreams, and you will achieve yours

10) Nobody is too busy to help. It is just a matter of priorities.

11) Seek respect, not attention. It lasts a lot longer. Seek loyalty, not obedience. It is worth a lot more.

Have a fantabulous day peeps!!