Jostling streets. Crowding people.
Every single person engaged in a talk or an activity.
I walk past all such people, everyday.
Be it on televisions or newspapers, all people are doing ‘some’ thing.
The world full of thousands and thousands of people. All busy.
But I am not. I am never busy.
The above statement made by me just simply means:
I do nothing. Or I never have ‘something’ to do. But, that’s not true.
I have time for simply everything. Arrange a get-together or just a casual meeting; I will always be ready to be present for the occasion.
I am struggling to learn “stick-to-it-ivity” (that’s a word from my own dictionary ). But, I am never engaged in a task for more than a designated time. I don’t have any long term activities. All that I do in a day is short term and ends “soon” enough. And I am left, wondering, what next to do.
Being BUSY is GREAT.
And I hope one day I will be ‘so busy’ that I would have a sophisticated social or professional calendar, which I would check 5 times before saying a ‘yes’ for an appointment (Does that sound good? I don’t think so.) And meeting or talking to others won’t be ‘that’ easy job!
Well, I am desperately waiting for that day.
But I hope that day, my friends and family don’t have to wait to meet me ‘desperately’…the way I wait for them today.
Time holds all the answers. Baghu kaay hota.