How My Tattoo Became The Manuscript Of My Life

Written by Sahithi Divi

Tattoo (s) is an imprint which dissolves the inked meaning on our bodies, into our life. Marking the transitions, growth, passion ,inspiration and memories. I am sure each of you reading this will contemplate the reasons as to why you got a tattoo. The way it occurs to take you chasing for pain must definitely contain a profound sense of defining it.

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Manuscript Of My Life
  • Peace – the bird eye view of life !
  • One day at a time – remember !
  • Develop a treelike nature – transpire with all seasons, grow your wings wide and hold tight to your roots.
  • Learn to let go, everyday is very important !
  • Dawn and Dusk are a part of the same day – embrace good and bad
  • Listening and learning is a continuous process – never stop.
  • Own everything about the person you love – it matters !

I hope you enjoyed reading this manuscript of my life.

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Blueprint of a child

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A child is born with a million aspirations into this world. An imaginary bundle of not just JOY but also HOPE. It is rare to see a free spirit bloom on it’s own, creating his own path.

Blueprint of a child

A child is secluded from natural creativity by dominantly showcasing the aspirations seeded by others over him. We speak about pre mature children in today’s world due to the filterless content availability but aren’t we also limiting the real growth of a pre matured child by planting our own presumptions at a young age ?

Are we aspiring to create successful men or happier men ? What is the long term truth of blueprinting a child’s life ?

  • Creates emotional imbalance
  • Brings materialistic aspirations
  • Kills creativity and innovation
  • Core gifted skill goes unexplored

It is a simple logic that every person is born with a special skill and deserves a chance to aim for beats that resonate with the music of their own life. By creating rigid frame works since a young age about the next few decades of someone’s life may leave them trying to normalise the difficult rather than playing the next level.

Reflects on my thoughts and think about your version from the image that made me write this article.

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Myths about ‘ Right and Wrong ‘

The simplest truth that can resolve you from running around your thoughts is that there is no right or wrong in this world. It is the independent perspectives emerging out of uniquely contrasting life experiences, creating a perplex cross path of doubts and opinions. This leads to contesting for conflicts based on objective stance. Try swapping your point of view and discover a happier life.

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Today Is Important Everyday

Everyone of us is working towards achieving a goal. Investing our money, time and relationships for making it to an agreeable breakeven point in life. But do we retain the same approach to embrace the moments which push us to literally give up ? Those challenging situations and people carry the clues to our future happy lives.

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Today is important everyday

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7 Most essential reasons why you must ‘volunteer’ at least once in a lifetime

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Volunteering is an endangered skill. It converts to participating in the art of co existence and giving. It shows the power of contentment we feel by giving a small piece of us to make someone happy or even create a larger impact. It defines to hold social responsibility that exists on every level of the society, which means there is an immediate need for us to hold our empathy and strength together – towards building a slightly better world.
Not only volunteering secures someone else, but it can also help you personally as well as professionally. Read more to find out …

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  1. Tireless Optimism : The moment we become the reason for happiness of others, it boosts our self confidence and helps in leading an eventful life. It is a soul liberating exercise that brings out a different person in us because it stimulates empathy.
  2. Collaborative Spirit : While volunteering we interact with various kinds of people, activating a sprit of working more desirably in team environments with increased confidence.
  3. Entrepreneur Mindset : It helps us develop a sense of purpose, problem solving ability and enterprising capability. Leaders who can connect well with stakeholders.
  4. Ethical Reflection : It provides a fabricated human filter that certainly improves our ability to see through the opaqueness and depth of social challenges, attracting resourceful exposure in life.
  5. Better Job Prospects: Organisations look for social skills in their aspirers, as the volunteering portfolio can assure some of the behavioural aspects of a new person.
  6. New Tech/Digital Avenues: With the arising E payment softwares and shifting preference to online donations by donors, NGOs are facing a digital challenge opening new window of opportunities in tech universe.
  7. HQ : Most importantly it gives immense joy increasing our Happiness Quotient.

Just like an adventure sport, try volunteering to unlock a life changing experience. here is the link to my volunteering stories.

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