A letter to God

U never gave me that I wanted
I never did what u told me to
U gave us a mind to think for
N wen we thot u changed d course
My dear friend
U call that as destiny
I claim that as excuse
U made us to make our own choices
But wen we made d wise ones
U broke those to pieces

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4 thoughts on “A letter to God

  1. A letter or a complaint?
    Sometimes what we plan, what we chose doesn’t materialise and maybe we blame a source we cannot see, touch and is out of our bounds. But maybe, just maybe, God saw in it a saving grace, as to help us avoid a car crash of the future. But we are too wrapped in ourselves to realise this…..

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    1. 😂😂 yeah u can call this as a complaint too. It is just that at times we do our best and still isn’t enough.
      You are right we blame the one we can’t see, feel and touch. But isn’t that quite natural?
      We work for something so passionately, at times we are denied the same. It becomes so obvious that we need to vent it out to someone.
      Way back to our childhood days when we weren’t given anything that others got, for instance, a chocolate, wouldn’t we go and ask for the same things to our parents?
      As time passes by, we are taught you get what you work for. He rewards you, he punishes you. So isn’t it fair to give a list of complains of the same to our provider?
      Yeah, maybe something best is yet to come, to feel dejected is a common thing.
      Enjoy your day. Thank you for dropping in here.

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      1. What is the gap between doing our best and our best not being good enough and who determines that? Probably us! Me and you put the lottery on, you win, I don’t, but is that because my intentions are not great in terms of what I will do with the money, or have I been saved because it would ruin my life? Should I curse the former or latter?
        I got into a conversation with a good friend of mine once around this subject, her slant on it was quite interesting. Her theory is that before we transcend onto our life, God gives us an opportunity to chose the life we want. Now not everyone wants the “ideal life”, sometimes people want to experience pain in their lives – this notion then takes away the concept of Destiny, our previous deeds ultimately deciding our next fate.

        If we look for rewards from Him, then maybe all we are doing is working in a false manner just to get approval for next Big Thing, however if we work in a selfless manner, with a mindset not focused on what we will get in return, then we may be in for a pleasant surprise.

        Just some thoughts! “Tera Kiya Mita Lagahe” – whatever you is sweet”.

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