11 October 2014

A Letter To My Own Innate Inner-Self

"Today you are you! That is truer than true! There is no one alive who is you-er than you!" ~ Dr. Seuss 

Dear,
My Very Much Loved Ugyen;

Before a word. As usual as I wish my fondly Facebook friends on their respective birthdays, I too would love to wish you on your bright birthday with this same expression; "Happy Bright Birthday to you. On this special day, I pray for you that may you always have happiness to live with huge hopes and giant goals as you become the becoming shining star for yourself, your dear beloved parents and this nice nation. Good luck ahead when you swim in the limitless sea of opportunities with absolute enthusiasm and exhaustive optimism. Sending you a bouquet of flowers with my flowery smiles. Take Care.    
Ten bygone years away from now, you were as childish as you should be in ignorance and fragrance. And ten future years ahead from now, you will have to be in significance and importance. Time elapses within no time and an enthusiastic you will have to compulsorily be a better time-user by using your time, minutely and life, precisely because, "lost time is never found again," as quoth by Benjamin Franklin (1785-1788). And because it's a Golden Rule for us.

I am happy to intone to you that you have been able to live up to your beloved parent's temptations, ebullient teachers' expectations and doting friends' adaptations but do you know that you have your own unfulfilled desirous dreams and themes of your life that must be fulfilled in your coming futuristic time. I know you can cooperatively do it because I know you deeply well, than any one of this earth's beings. Come on, trust me, trust yourself. Make trust as your life's thrust.

Ugyen, as per your About Me page, you are an aficionado of the mystery and power of our own inner-self, I know what you really mean, I adore it too for I buy Napoleon Hill's (1883-1970) wisdom; "Every man possesses an element of genius. When realized and disciplined, it can enable him to accomplish worthwhile deeds and to achieve greater heights of service to mankind," and you already knew this. You got to shadow R. Buckminster Fuller's (1895-1983) invaluable value; "Everyone is born a genius, but the process of living de-geniuses them." Please, kindly have patience to underline James Allen's (1864-1912) two essential truths: today we are where our thoughts have taken us, and we are the architects - for better or worse - of our futures.
In this 21st century, on your 21st birthday, I am glad to have four-square designed motto; "Search Inside Yourself," for your life and it's sure that knowing self is after all a keen aspiration that every one of us must strive and yearn for, for it is the most desired path for the ultimate purpose of life. If you know yourself, you will know the world automatically. You are gonna have challenging and byzantine time exploring and imploring about it in coming times. Be not unarmed. Get ready with your beloved best friends: Books. Be willing for this.

Books are noteworthy and trustworthy, they are the wellsprings of the whole of knowledge for surely; "Books are the carriers of civilization. Without books, history is silent, literature dumb, science crippled, thought and speculation at a standstill. They are engine of change, windows on the world and lighthouse erected in the sea of time. They are companions, teachers, magicians, bankers of the treasures of the mind," as spake by Barbara Tuchman (1912-1989). I am blessed with you as  a bibliophile for books serve as pillars of our learned-yearned becoming high-flying dreams. I know you have been living wisdom-loaded books since your school days and I float you to keep your passions for eons and eternity, not to mention about your writing for you write cause you read.

It's good that you are concentrating all your compassionate energy to your passions and it would be better if you could make your dear ones feel important, I mean your beloved family members, big-hearted teachers and benign friends for you should know that they have been the major contributors in the making of "What You Are Today" apart from yourself. Thank them and make them feel important by appreciating them for if we happen to travel the depth inside all of us, we will come across a slogan bespeaking; " I yearn to be loved and appreciated." For this Dale Carnegie's (1888-1955) book: How To Win Friends And Influence People, will be the very lifeblood for the purpose. Read again, spread the wisdom through your actions.

Your philosophy: SSS; Simplicity, Silence and Smile suit you for they have been your convivial companions for your lovely life, your dear ones and for your lovable strangers. Live them and keep them. Ugyen, I know how you feel when you come across those street people and sufferers and the fact is though you feel piteous on them and yearn to help them, you have been remaining helpless at those heartfelt moments, you got to do something and you can do it otherwise you must be guilty for not respecting your suitability: Benevolence, it must constantly be the value that must guide you for this is one of the main purposes of your resolved life.

Earmark that life is always a roller coaster clothed in unknown ups and unspoken downs for your happily journeyed life. Sometimes, exaltation will follow you and other times, heartache and heartbreak. My epoch-making point here is just be cool and make fool as your tool to overcome the stumbling blocks and teething troubles. Cherish Hill's hard-nosed wisdom: "Every adversity, every failure, every heartache, carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit." And it can also very much suit the discerning definition of life who willingly accept it. And if you accept it, you are half-way to your success.

As phrased by Buddha: "Your worst enemy cannot harm you as much as your own unguarded thoughts," you need to understand that, man are not your enemies but your own unguarded thoughts those bring complete destruction, so it is achingly all-important for you to guard your own thoughts by thinking positive thoughts and you must thank your creator for having offered you an immense power to control over your thoughts. Invariably be "The Tough-Minded Optimist" as titled by Norman Vincent Peale (1898-1993) in his book. Think positive and do your best, life will do the rest.

Lastly, live your passions, be your dream, for this life is a tiny atom holding innumerable and immeasurable energy, for you can surely be who you really would love to be, for you know who you really are, for you will never be a better you than you. Have zealous life ahead. Do Well. With Much Love And Care. Take Care.

1 comment:

  1. same wishes from me too :D mesmerizing and encouraging wishes

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