Introspecting on various events in my life, brought me to an awakening moment! Simple yet so important in everyone's life, but we barely pay attention to it. Yes what I am trying to say is boldly projected in the image above - "Your Life is Your Message to the World. Make Sure it's Inspiring".
How many times in your life have you taken some time out not only for yourself, but but as a moment of Introspection into your own life to see, what is what! It's like reading a "Who's - Who" of your own life and events in your life. The layman or the common man had little time for this as we are so held up and tied up with out daily commitments, run-of-the-mill jobs, "family responsibilities" as we so tag them with; that we rarely have time to introspect! Yes the world "Introspection" has a deep rooted meaning and connection with how your life shapes up! But we rarely do it!
As is rightly mentioned in this Image - "Introspection" is basically "the journey to myself and away from it" ! Such a sublime yet strong way of expressing its true meaning.
My post today is related to simple events and occurrences in my presence on my various Social Media Platforms which I introspected, reviewed and applied to my life to make it better. Hope you too can do it!
We often overlook small comments, suggestions or even taunts given by others, whoever it may be as looking at them from an angle of despite and anger for someone who we always feel is out to get at you. Let us now change the approach to this view and look at is as a genuine hint at trying to convey to you a much stronger message for your own good. Look at those messages as something to do better to your life and you will see a whole new world opening to you and to others.
I say this not only out of personal experience, but with conviction, as I can proudly say that if today I project an Image of myself as what people look at me , I am proud of it. Yes there is always a lot of room for perfection as no one is ever perfect, but I get that deep satisfaction that "Yes I can be and am looked upon as someone reliable, trustworthy, compassionate, knowledgeable, caring, and the very humble person that I am today". And what better can I say than thank all of you for making me what I am, because it was my serious introspection of every comment, like, suggestion, and messages that I have kept receiving in life from so many of my friends, fans, relatives either personally or through my vast social media presence and writing on the Internet that has brought about a change for the better!
Many a times, we neglect small comments from others. As mentioned above not all critics are haters. They also have something to say to help you. Proud to say that my biggest critic as well as well wisher is my daughter Mansi, who from time to time keeps pulling me down for constantly liking, commenting and posting on my various social media platforms. She means good most of the times but many times I need to explain to her my reason for doing this and she immediately or most of the times agrees to it when she sees reason. The same holds good for all those wonderful friends, fans and relatives who keep commenting, and messaging me with so many inputs.
The bottom line or key discussion for this post was try to be what you are truthfully. Don't create a Pseudo Personality - one yourself and one for others as a public image. That can be harmful not only to you yourself but to others as well. There is no harm in being who you are, in fact be proud of whatever you are as far as it does not affect the society badly that is! All you need to do is control your Attitude!
What you write, comment, share on your social profiles speaks a lot about your thinking, your culture, your upbringing and your respect for others and their feelings too. You may have an opinion and share it but never force it on someone.
I have myself many times lost my hold on my feelings and posted very personal comments and posts which immediately related with those close to me and they messaged me to find out what was wrong. It only goes to show how much they actually care for you and are concerned about you. Never take social media lightly. It is a very powerful media which can bring about a revolution if you want to and do it in the right way.
Posting events from your personal life may be viewed by many as inappropriate. Rightly so, but if those same incidents can bring about a change in someones life they will benefit from it. Yes it takes a lot of courage and confidence in yourself to speak out about your personal life, but then if you can justify every word or event being standing up only to let people know what you have gone through, and how you dealt with it, it could strike a chord with someone who is going through a similar situation, and may help them. Some may find this unnecessary , but as long as you are not being a crybaby and just posting for some attention I feel it is ok. Most important is never post or comment when you are in a Bad Mood, cool down, relax, come to your normal state and then think before you comment!
Posting Articles or comments that arouse secular or community based biased leads, can be very harmful. Respect every community, every religion, every country for what it stands as each is going through their own stages of good, bad or turmoil. Share their happiness, be with them in their bad times and feel for them in their moment of turmoil. That will only make this world a better place to live in.
Having been a member of Various Social Media platforms I have come to realize that the power of Social Media as I mentioned above is very strong so use it in a way which will not only create a good respectable image of yourself but also get to know like minded people who could make a difference in a good way. Groups and Chats can spread the good news around very soon as much as the bad, but a bad post reaches out faster, so be careful what you post and present.
Ok friends, just sending out a last message, Be proud of yourself and make your life worth looking forward to, God Bless!