Paradise is where I am-Voltaire

Sky,-clouds

I don’t think there are people (who are healthy) in our world, who never lift their heads to enjoy the splendour of the sky, clouds, Sun, Moon, and stars.

The sky reminds us of its constant beauty, vastness and mystery of the natural world.

Are not sky and clouds inspirations for poets?

“The sky is a philosopher’s playground, inspiring thoughts of infinity and beyond” Unknown

Typical poet’s expression on the sky

“Under the stars and the moon, our love grows stronger and brighter with each passing night” Unknown

We all know this is false and misguiding the youth.

The love and the expected bond are inversely proportional.

The more intensity of love, the less returns over time.

Why?

There is no such thing called ‘unconditional love’ among humans. This is the sad reality.

The world is full of selfishness.

Even a mother’s love is not distributed evenly to all her kids. Every mother has a favourite child.

My thoughts

People change, love changes, and priorities change.

Though senior couples swear/claim that their love has survived, one must take it with a pinch of salt.

Instead, they can frankly say that they have adjusted with each other due to known and unknown reasons.

For this one must complement them. Their marriage has survived!

We can’t blame the youth, because they are yet to experience what real real life is!

Poets could be more careful while exaggerating things.

Message

I repeat Love may be eternal, but people can’t remain the same.

Accept the other person as it is. Don’t stifle the other with your love.

“Because love is like a kaleidoscope, the kind we used to play with when we were kids. It’s in constant movement and never repeats itself.

If you don’t understand this, you are condemned to suffer for something that really only exists to make us happy”

Paulo Coelho

Feel free to express your thoughts.

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

Mr Philo

Image by ยฉ PTP-2023 All Rights Reserved

This post is part of Hammad Rais’s Weekend sky

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5 thoughts on “Paradise is where I am-Voltaire

  1. Interesting thoughts to accompany the picture.
    Since I’m married, I would say that what spouses do for each other is just to show how much they care for the other side. If caring as such is termed as love, then I’m okay with that.
    Thank you for sharing this with my challenge ๐Ÿ™‚

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