2 Ramadhan – I realized what I missed!

22 Jul

I slept lightheartedly last night,at peace with my self and every one around. Before going to bed, I felt a firefly buzzing around me. I seldom notice tiny common happenings around, but I payed inevitable attention to this tiny creature, for unknown reason. I saw it struggling, I saw it searching, I felt unrest, I noticed an element of search in its activity and in the very next moment, switched my eyes towards the dark painted sky.

The lightening bug and I shared so much in common. We had common themes of living. Its surprising that we are surrounded by modified mirrors at every instant, but we being blind never get to see the theory behind our existence. That’s a pity.

I learned today that I have spent a huge portion of my life in disgrace. I had indication sprinkled around me like molecules of air, but I ignored every single hint. I had people I could do deeds of kindness for, I had spare time I could pray in, I wasted opportunities which could have helped me explore my self and what not. It’s not only spiritual, it’s practical. It makes sense, completely.

So, no more wasting of life! from today on-wards I would do some thing worth in every single breath I take. May it be a small prayer. May it be building a huge empire. 🙂


2 Responses to “2 Ramadhan – I realized what I missed!”

  1. Meenoo July 26, 2012 at 9:27 am #

    Hey! —- Right on!
    That’s the way it ought to be
    That’s the way to do it
    That’s the way —– I like it!

  2. Meenoo July 27, 2012 at 9:32 am #

    Dr Aafia’s lawyer seeks exchange with Dr Afridi —-that’s her lawyer’s job—–but—– should it be done? What’s your opinion about this? Should a foreign national, also a convicted terrorist, be swapped for a Pakistani who cooperated to get rid of the ‘chief-terrorist’ ? Would that be fair—Farwa?

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