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Living life a HEART(Y) Way ....

Chasing dreams the way the heart goes and thoughts flow .. reflecting the actions



Anvesha lay on the bed. She tossed in the bed . She rolled and rolled over , even the summer heat rolls would have been better! Ding Dong ! The clock had stuck 1 . Tomorrow was the day . She had to take her decision if she wanted to continue with her job at the company she was working or the new one that lay in her front . She was confused . Totally confused . The members at home and all her neighbours ,, colleagues , mostly all people around in their concern and care for her ..telling her this and that finally confused her so much that now she was out of focus from what she wanted :) . She was so worried for she was afraid if her decisions could go wrong .
She took her mobile and messaged her dearest sensible friend Ojal , a very sweet person trustworthy , and just an sms , she was able to tell her friend the state of her mind !
Ojal said , Anvesha ..."Just walk the way the heart shows but yes use the brain and mind to see any pits in the path " but choose the path the heart shows for never can it go wrong .The heart is wiser than the intellect
She got it . The simple thing is to take a paper and write down the flow of her thoughts . She took out a white sheet and folded it in to two halves . wrote the advantages and disadvantages of leaving the company , and and the same for disadvantages and advantages of taking up the new offer.

She got the trick . ... Just think the way the heart goes but yes do use the brains to check for any major flaws the way the heart goes ..
She was happy and she had a good night's rest and woke up hale and cheerful and went the way her heart showed ..
Today she is too succesful both in her career and her personal life . Thanks to Ojal who has brightened her life with the use of such a simple yet a wonderful way .



This is based on the advice one of my ex boss in my part time work(employee) taught me . He said never take things that people just tell. Never listen to all the comments we get and be confused . Just listen to what heart says and walk ahead .
This may sound simple but then it really is the way life works a hearty way !!!
:)
I thank him for having shared this view though it may be a known fact it still had its effect then whenever i have been in troubled thoughts .. confused states.. :) i do this analysis .. with my faith always intact .. TIG LTC and HTFB :D .. well its trust in God , Lock the car and hope to find it back safe intact !

The heart has eyes which the brain knows nothing of. Helen Keller


Walk in the path
strewn with love
And
Thoughts that goes a hearty way
every heart beat knows the way
our life goes and
one must keep walking
with faith in the heart for ;
Tis' where dwells the Lord !


Just a thought ...
to end in Carl Jung's words
Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart ... Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens.


Have a great day !
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