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Celebrating Life #5 : Share What You Have

Updated on November 20, 2019
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Hey, I am Nishika. I'm a budding writer and enthusiastically explore different areas. I always try to keep myself motivated and enjoy life.

“I celebrate life by sharing what I have”, says my neighbor Mrs. Shweta Soni.

Mrs. Shweta Soni is a very enthusiastic person and she is always excited about everything, every time. The fact that she lives alone most of the time and still holds such positivity in her thoughts is what intrigues me the most.

She says that life is a maze, it's a puzzle and it is interesting if you get down to live it. It is the summation of several actions both positive and negative, continued from birth till death. In her opinion, it is that either you do something good, or something bad. But, in no case can you be still. You only get to lie still when you are dead. As somebody said, you may like it, you may hate it but, you cannot ignore it. If you cannot add up something good, try to delete something bad.

Mrs. Soni spends most of her time alone at her home, because of her husband’s regular ups downs from one city to another for business meetings. She is quite rich and loaded when it comes to all the fancy and luxurious things, but she believes that all the luxuries don’t matter in her life much. She says, that you don't celebrate life when you have all the money, a beautiful spouse, a bungalow to live, you drive fancy vehicles, wear costly jewelry, etc. She tells that she has seen many people hate their life because they cannot enjoy such luxuries. She believes that life is not a game like Temple Run or Subway Surfers but one heck of a mystery. You don't know what is going to happen next and you should live in the awe of this beautiful present called life. What better can we mortals ever ask for? She tends to live a life that is worth it, where she can share anything and everything with others. She believes that your things get doubled when shared and still you have enough. “Having enough is the key to living a fulfilling life”, she said.

As mentioned before, Mrs. Soni is alone at home for most of the days and to get through with that loneliness, she spends her time roaming around the city and sharing her things with people who are in actual need of those things. Moving around the city and helping people in need by sharing her things with needy ones makes her feel happy throughout the day and also makes her feel satisfied. Her mantra for life is to ‘Just give it’. When somebody needs something, you should simply walk over to him and give him what he wants (of course he can ask anything but, if the person is a genuine one, he'll have a small need). You should go ahead and fulfill it. That will make him super happy and she bet you, that seeing him smile, you just won’t be able to hide your curve-ends going heavens.

For Mrs. Shweta Soni, Celebrating Life means sharing what she has with others. She found her way of celebrating life and you should find yours too.

Share with me your ways of celebrating life and I will share your story with people through my blogs.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 Brights and Blues by Nishika Chhabra


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      Deepak Yadav 

      12 months ago from Jaipur, IN

      When most people say “life,” they mean the accessories of life— their work, their family, their relationships, the homes they live in, the cars they drive, the clothes they wear, or the gods they pray to. The one thing they miss is life—the life process itself, the essential life that is you. (From Inner Engineering-Sadhguru )

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      Brights and Blues by Nishika Chhabra 

      12 months ago from India

      Indeed sir. Thanks a lot for sparing some time to read my blog.

    • LoyalFrienemy profile imageAUTHOR

      Brights and Blues by Nishika Chhabra 

      12 months ago from India

      Thanks a lot, Garry. That will be a great thing to do.

      I will be coming up with more such stories so keep reading. If you have one such story too, feel free to share it.

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      Garry Saunders 

      12 months ago from South Africa

      What a beautiful story. Giving is really a blessing. I challenge everybody to give something to at least three different people today, and you will see that your day is better than other days because of it!

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      Oscar Jones 

      12 months ago from Monroeville, Alabama

      Its true that when you focus on material things, that you can quickly become empty on the inside. We are humans and we were made to Intermingle and cooperate with others, also as a 2 dimensional life form, we consist of basic life force and spiritual being as well. Just feeding the ego, the outward being, is hollow and lacks the depth required to feed the inner, spiritual being. Taking from our environment without giving back to it is a selfish and hopeless pursuit. Picking all the blueberries, leaving none for the animals, or others that might come, is an example of greed, and shows limited understanding of life. Likewise, knowing there is a fire to warm everyone, and not sharing that knowledge, is disregard for any spiritual responsibility. True life seeks to preserve life. moj


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