Onion makes us cry but the same onion adds flavor to the food. Our life too is like an onion, several layers, several stories and little bit of a lot of emotions that make this life a perfect dish. Every layer has a story. A story that we might not realize we are a part of and still unknowingly we play a role. Some stories are typically Bollywood like while some are worth taking note of. A story of love, a
story of hatred, a story of being alone, a story of becoming successful. No matter where you turn your eyes, there is a story everywhere.
“Ma, I am going out for a drive”, I said to which mummy replied, “Beta, but don’t drive fast, wear your seat belt and don’t talk on the phone while driving.” Imagine yourself going on drive one day and mummy isn’t around you to tell you to take care. This is the story selfless love.
The most beautiful stories are the simplest ones. Simple joys make this story complete. We grow up, learn the way of life, and struggle hard to prove ourselves, face the ups and downs of life, get happy, get sad, break down, get up, walk again, start a new life and have a satisfied old age. This is the picture of a perfect life story.
Every day at the bus stand you see a girl, but no guts to talk to her. Next day you reach on time to see her once. Every day you reach the bus stand before time thinking that you will talk to her. Without even realising, you have already become a part of a new story.
When at work, you think of stuff that you wish to do; this is the indication that may be you are in a wrong story. The main plot of the story is like a surprise. In fact the entire story is like an exciting surprise. We don’t know what the next moment would be like and this keeps us interested in reading the next chapter. We all are writers, we all have the access to our stories and we can write it or change it the way we would like it to be or write the next chapter based on the previous inevitable happenings. We can either complicate it or just simplify it. So ’What’s Your Story’?