"Life isn't something that makes me weak. The slow poison of memories, which I drink, offered by my loved ones does."
As I was checking my feeds and random quotes on the internet today, this one grabbed all my attention. It's ironic how we end up drinking the potion or should I say poison of memories that our loved ones offer us. On that sad note, I searched more about such quotes and came across a writer's profile.
Blogger and author from Lucknow, Sameer Khan's tales were something that I ended up stumbling upon. So, immediately I decided to share his tales with you all. From passion, heartbreak, writing and every damn mess that occupies space in a keen observer's mind, I have it all for you here.
Most of us face a situation in life where we feel there's no one with whom we can share all our woes and emotions. It is then that we realise that the best possible way to deal with this is by dumping those thoughts.
Beauty is bountiful.
It is heart wrenching to see anyone experience this. But, hey? That's not the end of life.
When a writer talks about a writer's creation in his creation!
When you feel the pain but it gets difficult to realise that where the injury is.
Understanding silence and then embracing it is something that not many people can do. It is by far the most challenging thing. If you decode someone's silence, it clearly states that you have paved a way to knowing their soul.
We all have a habit of doing that. But, does it help us?
Failure is a part and parcel of trying something different. we must never get discouraged by the failures that we face. Because, every dream is worth giving a shot, only then it will turn into reality.
No matter how many times our hopes get shattered and we reach to the rock bottom. Courage is something that acts as our best friend.
Discovering desires is one thing and being vocal about them is another. The writer was not only vocal but he also portrayed it in a beautiful manner.
That's all people.
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