Despite knowing since our childhood that we must ALWAYS look at the positive side and never be knocked down by adversity or difficult circumstances… yet there are times you want to be your true, frightened self and just huddle into a corner to cry it out. It’s okay. Do that, if it makes you feel better. At the end of the day you have to do the picking up of your own battered self. The earlier you get out of your distressed, hurt/ injured self, the better. At the end of the day, only you can bring yourself back to life. So here’s to you and your new life… ~Latika Teotia
Almost all of us in life hold on to a lot of unanswered questions and confusion. Then suddenly, there comes a moment when clarity dawns on you and you decide to begin a fresh. ~Latika Teotia
Forget about all those past failures; forget about what happened in the past- it doesn’t matter. Concentrate on the present- on what lies ahead and just press on. Trust God to help you. ~Latika Teotia
Unless you risk and break free of the bars that hold you caged you won’t gain something which can take you to even greater heights. Gather all the courage; dare yourself to challenge the limits and cross the threshold of fear as well as anxiety- something better awaits you at the other end. Those who wait for fruits to fall wait longer than those who pluck it off the tree. ~Latika Teotia
Don’t rewind and play that sob sob sad song of your uncomfortable past. Don’t waste time; just move on and write a fresh chapter of your life. Start writing in a new book with a new pen and paint a story so beautiful, so stunning and so full of life that people should be inspired by it.
Life is too short to be wasted on remembering or reliving the sad past. It’s human to get hurt or to commit mistakes but don’t be stuck with it and cry over what’s over. Start afresh and surprise yourself with your inner strength; rise again as a stronger and more confident you. ~Latika Teotia
Even small things like birds chirping early in the morning or flowers greeting us with their bloom should be enough to make us realize that if they can cheerfully go about their daily routine, so can we- especially after set backs or personal tragedies. ~Latika Teotia