I am complete

At times, all the signs are pretty obvious. But one hesitates to accept that it is all over. It could be a faint line of hope, or just the ennui of indecision, that makes people pull through.

Marriages and jobs are not sacrosanct, and not a blind end. It hurts like hell, but one can overcome, and find meaning in life beyond that.

The key is to see oneself as a complete being, without the sense of identity emanating from the external world.

Say aloud, “I am Complete.”

 Face yourself

read the writing

on the wall

 

Happiness

awaits final

choices

 

Inspired by Sammi Cox at

Weekend Writing Prompt #12

Image: the-nelo-angelo.deviantart.com

6 thoughts on “I am complete

  1. Hey Reena,

    A very powerful and thought provoking statement, thank you: words said with absolute conviction and determined purpose to always be me. I totally agree with your assured philosophy: the external world does not define who we are…the external world is unknown, an endless darkness into which I shine my light to help see my way. By definition, you are a lantern Reena 🙂

    Thank you. Trusting your Sunday pleases in all ways pleasing. Have a most enjoyable week, take good care of you.

    Namaste 🙂

    DN

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      1. My pleasure Reena. Thank you for pleasant wishes: my weekend has all but passed, it’s back to the 9-5 in the morning 😦 I always enjoy weekends as days bringing freedom and friendship, thank you 🙂

        Namaste 🙂

        DN

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