You know exactly what happened and you often assume the rest. The facts that you know and the story you make outta them is always according to your perspective. People believe the things they want to believe. It is not your job to control those stories. You might be a star in someone stories without even knowing or a villain in someone’s head for whom you care a lot. The bottom line is you can’t control it. Then why waste all your time to be the star all the time. The things you do matters and you shall do them as you please. Why not shift your focus on whatever makes you happy rather doing things that ‘would’ make ‘someone’ happy for once. Everyone is important to themselves but everybody can not be the most important person for everyone. This is the delusion we often have that everyone and everything revolves around us and us only, but it doesn’t. If you have done good to someone, doesn’t mean it will come back from the same person. As much as you hate it, as long as you want to wait and as lost or betrayed as you feel, that is your perspective and ultimately your delusion.
Published by Yashika Sachdeva
An architect and city planner by profession. Part time blogger. A travel enthusiast. Loves to explore and document experiences through sketches and in her writings. View more posts