Life Ain't a Race
Its never too late
Past few days have struck me so hard. It has been difficult for me to digest the fact that Sushant is no more. But the thing that has struck me even harder is seeing people giving up this easily. Nepal recorded around 1200 suicide cases this lockdown. I know the one who must be going through thoughts of having suicide can think of nothing else. If he/she could hold on to positive thoughts, they would have never let negative thoughts dwell in their mind. But only they know what pain they go through. Maybe the ones who committed suicide tried to reach out for people. But no we have been so obsessed to our work, our life that no one has time for one another. Work stress, relationship stress, studies stress; everything may hunt you down one day as well. Why let that day come? Can’t you guys take an initiative now? Or you have to wait till your own is a victim of suicide? Why not make everyone friendly environment? Why compete with each other? Compete with yourself, compete to be a better version of yourself. Why have that feeling of competition towards other; Sorry not competition; infact its hatred towards other’s success, jealousy.
After all, the ultimate moto is survival! Is it that hard to live your own life happily and let others live theirs happily. Can’t everyone get the taste of happiness, satisfaction?
I am afraid this feeling of competition will lead us nowhere. Day by day, a parent will lose his/ her children; children their parents.
Before saying Suicide is not the solution, Please try and make the environment for people where they will have no thoughts of suicide and we will not have to repeat Please don’t commit suicide, time and again.
I have always heard Life is a race. How I wish we grew up somewhere where we would be taught Life is not a race. We can however change things. Its never too late.