Midnight HeartBeat – The Me ‘Inside Me’

Secret to a constant growth as a person.

parin chauhan

Funny how sometimes, quite unintentionally, someone taught us something about ourselves. .

Whenever we see, where ever we go. . There is always something / someone present who teach us something about ourselves. . True, isn’t it?

It’s not only people who teach us something but there are few things also. . .
Obvesly it depends on us how to take it..!!! πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜‰
The best example of this is how a child grow up.. He never feel down, he’ll never have ego issues, he’ll only have one intention and that is to learn, to teach something new. .
So let’s be a child again…!!! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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10 thoughts on “Midnight HeartBeat – The Me ‘Inside Me’

    1. yeah.. We as human should grow. I mean I crave constant growth but giving up the child in me is just a no no.! (hehe)
      so That’s why I liked this post so much. I would use so many long words to explain this thing you said in so short and simple manner.

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    2. Thank you. .
      Actually I saw a child playing a game with marbles. . He was not able to win more marbles against his friends.. He lost four or may be five game if I’m not wrong. . But one thing he showed off was ‘eagerness to win’ and ‘fearlessness to lose’ against his buddies. .
      I mean, can you imagine a child with his age is able to accept the defeat with a smiling and satisfying face!!!??

      And on the other hand, we (so called ‘grown up’) are so busy in blaming others for our lose, our defeat. .
      So there is really so many things that we can learn from children. .:) πŸ™‚

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    3. Oh my God.! really! wow.! I so need to learn that. It is so true. The backstory to the post is even more interesting. wow.!!
      There’s a verse in bible which goes like “And said, Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven.”
      And if I look back I was a better person then unlike rightnow. I honestly believe that I have lost many good qualities which I had as a child. Take optimism for example. It is hard being a grown up but as long as we try to keep the spirit of improvement and learning we shall be fine.

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