Saturday, July 05, 2008

What matters

It's not always the big things. It's not the strangers at work place. It's the everyday things with people who are part of our everyday life that matter the most. Just because they will understand doesn't mean we should concentrate on the rest...it just gives us more of a reason to take care in those little everyday actions...they would appreciate at heart and we would also feel much better.

8 comments:

Tapasya said...

Reminds me of the lines from Maine Tere Liye...


Chhoti baatein, chhoti chhoti baato se hain yaadein badi...
Bhule.n nahin, beeti hui ek chhoti ghadi...

Phoenix said...

It's one of those intrinsic diseases in humans. Taking for granted.

aditi said...

Reply[Taps]
Haven't heard it but seems good
[phoenix]
Not a disease but a habit maybe:P

Ankur said...

Nicely written .... but just wanna differ ..whats most important is to convey the feeling and when someone can understand it then why to show it ..... people who are part of life would equally appreciate the feeling even if not shown ....

aditi said...

Reply[Ankur]
I disagree,"when someone can understand it then why to show it" is the basic concept of taking people for granted.
Actions speak louder than words.
But what i meant in this post is that even they do know and understand,its still good to put in a lil extra effort for close ones if it would make them happy than to put in that effort for superficiality and people who hardly matter

Geetika said...

Thats sad :(
We usually take people who are part of our life for granted. On the other hand we spend time, trying to impress strangers, trying to win some more hearts .... without valuing what we already have :(

aditi said...

Reply[Geetika]
So true ...dats y wat I ma sayin gwe can start avoiding that habit:)

Ash said...

yea adi, u said it right,
taking ppl who matter to u , for granted, may hurt one...
so telling them explicitly sometimes, lets them feel that u value them
:)