Oftentimes, it feels like my mind and my heart are in disagreement.
My mind is like a critical parent telling me what’s practical and what is doable.
My heart is like a child in a fantasy land which wants everything nice and pretty.
When I follow my mind, the little child inside me is not happy, it is constantly aching.
When I try to follow the child’s ideals, I fall on my face and bruise myself.
The rare moments happen when both the parent and the child agree on something.
It feels like the entire universe aligns for me when my mind and my heart align.
So now-a-days people call me picky and perfectionist, but I wait patiently for my mind and my heart’s agreement on things, as both the parent and the child must work together.
Indeed the grand vision of my life is fulfilled when every part of me is in harmony with one another.
We will meet again.
We will meet again when the time is right.
And the universe has arranged it’s set-up so the stars align so bright.
I do believe that we crossed our paths for a reason.
We will meet when karma comes to a closed-loop, and God has made his decision.
The hardships of life have swamped me now, and I don’t know about you.
But we will meet again when we are meant to do.
Not sure what will happen then?
Will we hug each other like the long lost friends?
Will we live happily ever after then?
Or will that be again another end?
But have the patience for now, as I am sure when the time is right, we will meet again.
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How Can Our Designs Match?
I keep hearing that matches are made in heaven.
But it seems like most of us waste our lives with miss-matches,
while our matches might be going through the same agony with someone else.
It would have been better if we were given some broken half birthmarks with intricate and unique designs so that we could search for our other halves easily.
We could post ads everywhere to find the right match for our incomplete designs.
The story of us finding our love could be like those cliche movie scenes where siblings separated at birth are met many years later matching their lockets.