I’m OK – You’re OK

How many of you agreed on this statement of I’m ok you’re ok?

OR how many of you believe that every individual has their own perspective towards life and how they see an individual; many of us feel that he/she is not okay, they are not doing okay things; they are not focussing towards their goals and then we categorized them in a manner we want; because we think that we are okay and the other person is not.

In my school days, we are the same we used to follow the same rule of I’m Ok but you are not; that’s all right; perfectly fine, but then what happens is when you see everyone like this that you are not okay and I don’t want you or don’t want to talk to you because I’m OK!

Maybe it works with some; but what I feel is whether saying you are not okay why can’t we just say that I’m OK and you are also OK, that’s something which is easy and acceptable that people are different; you cannot make someone just like the way you are and the way you see life.

Every individual has their own experiences, they have their own journey which is going on, you cannot judge somebody by their statements or maybe I say by the actions.

I mean try to put them in your shoes, even if someone will keep telling me you are not okay, that will make me feel low and then I will cut off with such people whereas when someone is motivating me, accepting with all my flaws I will grow from everywhere with that person.

These days my daily statement of thought is that everyone has their own way of seeing things you can’t control somebody or maybe just you can’t yell at them because of this perspective issue; because they have a perspective for what all they have around them, how their life was and is now.

Personally, we should respect every individual because life is too less for hating someone just accept people and keep moving; just say it loud I’m OK and you’re OK maybe by that you will make someone’s day or a new friend.

With Love

Mitali Rawat

By Coffeetostories

Exploring life since the time I know that life is a beautiful gift of god and through story telling trying to tell the same to the world

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