Set the pot on stove And let it embrace the warmth of fire Ensure, the surrounding is well aerated So that there’s no blockage in the process.
Add the water of thoughts In the empty pot, Boil it to the level Where you won’t evaporate the thought entirely.
Add two cups of happy sweet memories As a remnant of the craving for tea You usually don’t need the sweetness, The bitterness of reality and ache in heart Are enough to energize you. But today, you want to laze around with guests And pay attention to the world aside from the whirlpool inside you.
But your water of thoughts, Is heating up and your time at solitude is shrinking So you add an abnormal spoon of bitter tea leaves And let it get drained in the water Swimming throughout the journey Embrace the sweetness and glorify of bitterness
Strain the beverage in a cup. When your guests sip the beverage, They feel like it’s the for them, It tastes like their own The same drink which gives them solace in the midnights You name the beverage, poetry, with a smile.
Give your relations the time they need and deserve to reap the desired goodness out of them.
It takes time for people to get a hang of you, your likes, dislikes, quirks and habits.
Have patience and you'll see what a wonderful level of comfort and mutual understanding you can reach to with the other person. You will yourself be left in awe of how the other person would have come to know you inside out and probably understand you even better than you do yourself.
We came alone, we'll go alone. No one has any right over any other person on this earth. It just wouldn't be right. To tie down someone just because you spent some good times together with them or married then.
Life is a journey. So whoever comes, let them. Whoever goes, let them. It's not the end of the world.
Yes, you'll need someone for your old age. To not feel alone. To have a partner in difficult times. But at least don't drag people along who might not fit that role. Leave that to a later time.
Enjoy your present with people who fit your current needs and desires and goals, and be willing to let them go once they no longer serve you, or vice versa.
Just enjoy your life and take it as it comes.
Trying to control every single aspect never got anyone any farther.