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Never End Up Telling Yourself "It is A Door to Nowhere"- Writing Challenges

Updated on July 31, 2017
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Venkatachari advocates positive mentality and hope. He values one's culture, morals, ethics, age-old traditions and believes in God.

Responding to a challenge

I have been asked to respond to the challenge with following conditions.

  • I have to start the hub with a sentence provided by my great hubber friend " Was it really only yesterday."
  • I have to use the picture prompt provided by him 'an image depicting A door to Nowhere'.

I can write whatever I want using the above two prompts leading to a good article with some reasonable sense about the subject matter of the Door leading to Nowhere.

What I want to tell here

I want to make people realize the need for seeing optimism and a ray of hope even in the most vulnerable situations. I want to say that there can be nothing like "The door to Nowhere". It is only a part of our negative thinking attitude and visualization of a one sided perception of the real circumstances or objects.

So, let me now start my presentation in proving that every door has many options and paths to follow and it depends on your choice and will power. Please bear with me in going through it and express your views on my presentation. Your views are of great value to me in increasing my writing styles.

Your Door to Happiness: Open it

"The Door to Nowhere"- they say. But, I tell you "Open the Door" and see how it  can lead you to a Happier Life.
"The Door to Nowhere"- they say. But, I tell you "Open the Door" and see how it can lead you to a Happier Life. | Source

Here I Go

Was it really only yesterday?

Was it really only yesterday, that I came across phrases like this - The Door to Nowhere? No, it can't be. I have been hearing things like this since days, months and years long. I remember hearing it at my childhood. I remember hearing it at my teenage, even at my adolescence and all through my adulthood. And, even now, I often come across sayings like these: 'A Door to Nowhere' and 'A Path to Nowhere'.

Don't sit Depressed- There is Always Hope, A New Dawn

Be positive. Think positive and tell yourself: You are Stronger, You Can Do it, There is always A Door Open. A new Dawn awaiting you.
Be positive. Think positive and tell yourself: You are Stronger, You Can Do it, There is always A Door Open. A new Dawn awaiting you. | Source

They say it is The Door to Nowhere

See "that is the Door to Nowhere" - they pinpoint to the door and say. But, how can there be a door and then, also at the same time, that which leads to nowhere? This perception itself is wrong and absurd. We say it is a Door. And then we are saying it leads to Nowhere. Is there any sense in this? Door always takes you somewhere. It may lead you into a beautiful room or it can land you into a place full of filth and shit. But it takes you somewhere. Is it wrong? Then how can we say it is A Door to Nowhere? So, the perception of 'The Door to Nowhere' itself is wrong.

Do you believe in a Door to Nowhere?

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It depends upon our perceptions

When we see some objects or incidents, we often frame conclusions according to our perceptions,beliefs and understanding capacities. We might have already experienced some similar circumstances or heard about similar occurrences taken place and our mental perception has been habituated to perceive and understand them in a particular way. So, it is most likely that whenever we come across such objects or events, we see them from that particular angle only. We may not feel the need to go into the depth of it and mostly begin to frame conclusions spontaneously.

Need to mend our attitudes

We need to mend and mold our thinking attitudes. If we see only the dark part of it, we will end up in saying that it is a door to Nowhere. But, who knows what is there on the other side of it? If we take some pains and strive with some patience to look into the depth of it, we may find it out to be a completely different thing or something better than that we have been perceiving till now.

For example, if we take some pain in opening the door and stepping out through the narrow lanes of darkness, removing the filth and hurdles with a little bit of patience and a sense of responsibility, then we may find ourselves standing in a beautiful path that the same door has lead us to. So, here with a little bit of effort, we are able to change the whole situation. The Door to Nowhere has now become a door to some beautiful path.

If we can think a little bit more positively and travel from the same door, making our path beautiful all through the time and for a little more distance, we may find our environment and experiences to be even more pleasant and can end up in a state of eternal bliss and happiness.

Here is a link to a blog by Doctor Kavitha on 5 tips to mend your thinking process towards Positive Thoughts which can be of much help to us.

http://5tipsto.com/positive-thinking/#sthash.v0w6SMKG.dpuf

Positive Thinking Tips

Never Give Up

  • Never end up in hopelessness.
  • There are no such doors leading nowhere.
  • Open your Door and step out.
  • Always keep moving. Clear up the hurdles while moving.
  • Never say there is no way.
  • Always think positively.
  • Rely on your hope.
  • Strive to your last moment.

A small Ray of Light is sufficient to Dispel all the Darkness.

Similarly a little Hope is enough to achieve Success in Life.

So don't be afraid of Darkness or Failures.

Be Positive and it will lead you to Happiness.

Be Ready for the New Dawn awaiting from the Door

Here's a story

There is a story in the video linked here.

The story of a tiger and a baby bear. The tiger finds the baby bear alone in a deserted valley and runs to catch and kill it. The cub spots the tiger and runs as fast as he can to escape from the tiger through the hills, valleys and by climbing on to trees to reach safer places during which act, the tree breaks and it fells into the deep waters of a dreadful running stream. Even then the cub does not lose hope and struggles hard to escape from the clutches of the tiger. See how the cub in the end finds her path to safety because of her continuous efforts and gets saved by her mother's presence there at the end of that utter hopeless destination.

From this story, we can learn how even the worst of all the worst circumstances can turn out to be blessings in disguise for us.

So, we should never lose hope till our last moment. Instead, we should strive hard and mend things and turn even the most dreadful circumstance also into favourable means of attaining blissful joy and happiness.

Never Give Up and end up in hopelessness

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    • Venkatachari M profile imageAUTHOR

      Venkatachari M 

      2 years ago from Hyderabad, India

      Thank you very much for the visit and nice comment.

    • Robert Sacchi profile image

      Robert Sacchi 

      2 years ago

      An optimistic article. An interesting way to pivot a challenge phrase.

    • Venkatachari M profile imageAUTHOR

      Venkatachari M 

      3 years ago from Hyderabad, India

      Thank you, maggs 224. Glad that you share my views. Thanks for the visit and nice comment.

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      maggs224 

      3 years ago from Sunny Spain

      You are right there is no such thing as a door to nowhere. Though I do believe there are some doors that open onto nowhere that I would like to go places. I also think like you that having the right attitude makes all the difference to how we experience life :D

    • Venkatachari M profile imageAUTHOR

      Venkatachari M 

      3 years ago from Hyderabad, India

      Nice to see your comment, Audrey. Thanks for the visit and nice comment and for pinning it. Wish you too all my good wishes.

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      Audrey Selig 

      3 years ago from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

      Hi Venkata. I also believe in being positive, and you took an idea that could be so negative and gave it happiness and hope. More folks need to do that to make our world a better place. Thanks for sharing, and will pin. Blessings. Audrey

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      Venkatachari M 

      3 years ago from Hyderabad, India

      Thank you Marie, for your visit and such a nice comment. I am overjoyed with your comments. Have a nice day. I hope it is evening there for you.

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      MarieLB 

      3 years ago from YAMBA NSW

      I knew that it would be worth reading, but it surpassed my expectations. Thank you Venkatachari M, for being brave in the face of opposition. You have vanquished the negative Nay sayers. The paragraph with the bullet points says it all. Well done, and of course voted up. Great pleasure reading it.

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      Venkatachari M 

      3 years ago from Hyderabad, India

      Thank you, Patricia. It is a nice comment "Angels are on the way to you". I like it. Thanks for your visit and a nice response.

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      Patricia Scott 

      3 years ago from sunny Florida

      It really is all about perception after all sn't it?

      An interesting way of responding to this challenge.

      Angels are on the way to you today ps

    • Venkatachari M profile imageAUTHOR

      Venkatachari M 

      3 years ago from Hyderabad, India

      Thank you, Chitrangada. I am glad that all of you like my approach. We must always try to be positive in our thinking if we are to be happy.

      Thanks for your nice comment and vote.

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      Chitrangada Sharan 

      3 years ago from New Delhi, India

      What a beautiful hub full of optimism and positive thoughts!

      I like your response to the challenge----an important lesson of life. This is unique and different and such a useful reminder to everyone.

      Voted up and thanks!

    • Venkatachari M profile imageAUTHOR

      Venkatachari M 

      3 years ago from Hyderabad, India

      Dora, nice to see you. Thanks for your visit and encouraging comment.

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      Dora Weithers 

      3 years ago from The Caribbean

      Thanks for the motivational message on changing perspective. Point well taken!

    • Venkatachari M profile imageAUTHOR

      Venkatachari M 

      3 years ago from Hyderabad, India

      Very happy to see your comparing it with one more inspirational thought, Eric. It's true. We must always try to see the better side of it. Instead of saying that it is half empty, we must say it is half full. Very good recollection and citing. Thank you very much for this nice comment.

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      Venkatachari M 

      3 years ago from Hyderabad, India

      Thank you, Devika. I thought of twisting it into a positive approach.

      Thanks for your nice comment.

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      Eric Dierker 

      3 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      This reminds me of the glass that has half of it filled with water. Is not the other half filled with air? A wonderful article about an important lesson. Thank you

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      Devika Primić 

      3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Your approach to this challenge is unique and a wonderful read.

    • Venkatachari M profile imageAUTHOR

      Venkatachari M 

      3 years ago from Hyderabad, India

      Thank you Harish, for your encouraging words. I want people to look at things positively and never lose hope at any cost.

      Thanks for visiting and leaving such a nice comment.

    • Venkatachari M profile imageAUTHOR

      Venkatachari M 

      3 years ago from Hyderabad, India

      Very glad to see your comment, Bill. I knew that you will definitely appreciate my effort. It is only because of inspirations from people like you that I am able to do my little efforts. And I always want to see positivism.

      Thanks a lot for your visit and nice comment.

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      Venkatachari M 

      3 years ago from Hyderabad, India

      Thank you, Mary Craig. I am honoured with your nice comment. Thanks a lot for visiting and leaving such a nice comment.

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      Harish Mamgain 

      3 years ago from New Delhi , India

      Wonderful and so creative ! You have such a fantastic and penetrative insight ! A great response to Bill's challenge. I love your way of looking at life.

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      Bill Holland 

      3 years ago from Olympia, WA

      This is a beautiful message my friend. Full of positive energy. I highly endorse your reflection, and I thank you sincerely for taking part in the challenge. You have done very well.

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      Mary Craig 

      3 years ago from New York

      What better advice than to never give up? You have put a twist on this challenge and made it your own. Well done my friend.

      Your choice of video accented your words and certainly brought tears to the eyes.

      Voted up, useful, and awesome.

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