When I started writing it was always about what happened in the past; or what was it bothering me in the present?
That way I used to calm myself; today when I am writing after almost leaving my hometown and moving to a new city.
I am still thinking what to cover?
Should I cover how my one year went back in my hometown or should I write about those new friends who made my life easy out there.
Should I write about the yummy food my mom used to cook for me; and how I used to feel so grateful for it.
And should I write how I have created a relationship with my brother which never happened before that.
Or should I write how I find myself and my passion for life.
How leaving that place made me upset, but I so wanted to get out too; just to become the person I will inspire.
There is so much to write but today I will write just one line I loved being there in my hometown for a year; it was an eye opener for me; I have valued more things what I used to take for granted.
I realize what is important, and what is not.
I enjoyed my company over there and the value of reading more books; how reading other’s perspective enhance your life.
How meeting new people is always a good idea; how helping others teaches you and how few strangers becomes family for you.
Life is unpredictable they will give you many reasons to smile and love yourself and others and I guess the long vacation is now over but the memories are worth remembering.
Author- Mitali Rawat