Monday, March 23, 2009

Choosing happiness

My friend is a content editor by profession, and a dancer and writer by passion. She lives life to the fullest, but, she is almost scared to show people how happy she really is. Because all people choose to see is the image she projects, and they get envious.

But she is also the mother of two pre-schoolers, and for her life is the constant juggling of priorities, the frustration when things go off schedule, the sheer fatigue of constantly pushing yourself always.

She pays a high price for her happiness. Why can’t others emulate her, instead of being envious?

4 comments:

Michelle Zheng said...

WOW. That's amazing. : D

-Michelle Zheng

Natasha Ramarathnam said...

Thanks Michelle.
And nice seeing you after such a long time.

meera said...

I am touched Nuts! I am coming to ur blog after a long time!! Saw the link on your Gmail reply, and came to see what u have been up to!!!

Natasha Ramarathnam said...

Pleasure was entirely mine.
In a small way, I do relate to you, and I feel very strongly about it.
Would have sent you a link, but either decided not to or forgot - not sure which.

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