Time for a change

It doesn’t matter how much you calculate time, it just keeps on ticking by. No amount of “2 years, 5 months, 4 days, 6 hours, 20 minutes, 15 seconds” can literally just stay as “2 years, 5 months, 4 days, 6 hours, 20 minutes, 15 seconds”. Its all gone in the next second, next minute, next – you know! Or more likely it recalculates itself and turns into another digit.

So, who am I to say that the exact person I am right now, will be the exact person in the next second? Ok, maybe the next minute, the next hour, the next day …you get the point.


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A’ite, getting back to the main point. We change. Constantly. We are never the same person we are or were in any given second or moment.

True. Whether we are one person or another, our preferences, our choices mostly the same. But, we are constantly changing, developing, growing up further. Till in the end, of course, we meet our ultimate destination, but in between, we are never settled – not even as ourselves.

So, who are we to decide how a person is like when we ourselves are so unstable? Even when there is a tiny moment of self-doubt, you can realize that we are nothing but tiny creatures living on giant comet travelling in space WITH time turning us greyer.


Time – For My Aunt.

You see, time has a way of giving, of taking, of showing the truth or the lies, – basically we are dependent on such a non existing phenomenon for everything in our lives. And yet it is this non existent “thing” that makes us, us. Makes us want to just move forward – because whatever time we are going through, the  only specialty it has is that it just passes. Whether in a good or bad situation – it.just.passes. And that’s what we actually rely on, when we go through the worst in life. We wait for it to pass to take our current feelings away from us.

My aunt passed away on thursday. She was fighting cancer. I don’t know whether she was strong or not, to be honest I hardly knew her at all – all I knew about her that she was such a caring person, that, when we used to go stay at her place, she would even wake up at midnight to help with anything we needed. She never made us worry, took care of us like our mom would. Any time I spent with her, I never felt any negativity from her.She was such an angel. 

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