Where we are in the life journey?

Tiffany Brar
Posted February 23, 2019 from India

Impressed by an article that I read today morning I would like to share my thoughts to my sisters in the world pulse family.  

       For many people like us, the consciousness that life is a voyage dawns only slowly. Similar to the temperate sunrise light, flouting through an cloudy sky, we peep only pale hints of the sun's glow. We are starting our life together with the fellow passengers, but when we get aware of the fact that two or more people or no longer with us in the journey. They have departed at the before stop.

       Every now and then these departures are abrupt and rapid—similar to the droning shriek of the train wheels protected aligned with the steel rails in the blackness of the night. As we all step forward on our personal journey, we also see departures that we know are coming indeed, that seem to go on for too long and gradually, ever so gradually, we notice that the light of late afternoon does not burn so brightly as it once did on the noonday landscape of our lives. Like the fleeting streaks of morning color breaking through the clouds of life, we begin to understand that we, too, are moving little by little all along on that identical journey with our fellow people or passengers.      

Definitely our life journey had a beginning; for sure it will have an end and when the bus arrives at our destination target, whatever the time is and the situation is, we will go ashore. It is in particular at this moment, while similar belief start on to glimmer transversely the picture of our mind, that the world around us makes so little sense. We spend our lives focused on the things around us all too often not minding or ignoring our associate travelers too much intolerant to pay attention to their stories, unacquainted that as each of our journeys had a beginning, so too, they will have an end.

In spite of all the distractions, we fall short to remember that we are even nomadic. Where we came from no longer concerns us. Where we are going by no means enters our mind. There is only room for opinion about our stage of accretion and reassure along the way.

 

So dear friends and sisters, in our life journey the only thing let behind us the valuable time that we spend with our family, friends and with people those who are around us in a meaningful way.

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One day definitely our journey ends, the people will definitely remember us by our positive actions and good deeds. Not the materialistic fame and wealth.

Having a meaningful life from the beginning till the end is the only role that has to be played by us. When the destination arrives we leave the stage and our journey ends.

 

Have a wonderful week ahead.

      

 

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jlanghus
Feb 23
Feb 23

Hi Tiffany,

How are you doing, dear? Yes, this is a lovely reminder that we need to be more grateful for what and who we have in our life, and to be present; not living in the past or the future. I also agree that we will only be remembered by our positive actions and deeds, and nothing more. Thanks so much for sharing this article and reminder.

I hope you have a wonderful week ahead, too, dear!

Tiffany Brar
Mar 09
Mar 09

Hey jil,
Thanks for the wonderful comments and have a great week ahead.

jlanghus
Mar 10
Mar 10

Hello dear:-)

You're very welcome. You, too!

Sis. Salifu
Feb 23
Feb 23

Dear Tiffany,
So encouraging and up building. Thanks so much for reminding us the important roles for life.
Honestly, tears stood in my eyes whiles reading.
Warm hugs
Lizzy

Tiffany Brar
Mar 09
Mar 09

Dear sister,
I am really touched by your comments and worldpulse is bringing me close to some many people like you.
Prayers for you.

Hello, Tiffany,

Your post comforts me since my family and move from place to place. We buy things as we live in a new place then sell them again when we leave. Our relationships and quality time are all we have. Thank you for sharing your reflection on what really matters in this journey called life.

Tiffany Brar
Mar 09
Mar 09

Hi karen,
Yes,Spending worthful time for our family and being gratitude to little things will make our life more meaningful.
Thanks for your comments and happy women's day.