That swaying curtain and my thoughts
Last evening, there was a heavy downpour in my part of the city. The Sun was setting and within no time, the clouds filled up the sky and it started raining. Cats and dogs. I am sure a few trees would have fallen and water would have clogged in many part of the city.
Sunday evenings are often meant for reading and I was in my bed enjoying the time on my hand. The power cut too failed to disturb me. But then, strong winds started blowing and I was distracted. The Kindle soon found a safe spot and was turning idle. I was looking up at the curtain that had no control on itself. After a few moments of enjoying the scene and snapping a few pictures to get the exact shot, my mind wandered to varied thoughts.
Thoughts about life and its purpose. People and what importance they hold in our lives. Who are these people? Friends, family? How much is too much and when to put the foot down? Do people make things complex or things are too complex to handle. Sometimes I wish there were any guidelines that people could follow on how to manage thoughts. Maybe that could help. Imagine, quickly opening a book and checking on the index to get to the page on solution. Sounds easy but I know one size has never fitted all. Has it?
It could be the book I was reading or maybe the weather that my mind was flooded with thoughts. Clouding your mind too wasn’t my intent. However, like they say, sharing is the best way to clear out thoughts and particularly those that do not leave side. While I have no answers and I don’t expect any, going with the flow is what’s on my mind. I believe time clears many things and sometimes it’s good to give time some time.