A Little Extra

Have you ever wondered why are we never happy or completely satisfied with what we have. Its the case always is'nt it? Well look at me. When I was bombarded with work at office, all I could do was to pray for some spare time. Now, I'm so free that I'm waiting for some work to kill time. Yeah Yeah I can always browse net, chat, or blog to pass time. But these things too get boring after sometime. When I return home after spending half a months salary in shopping, I always feel that probably I should have bought this top in the other colour. Or that I should have picked up the cute little skirt as well. Guilty as charged! I'm never completely satisfied with whatever I have. I usually get bored of stuff very easily. Stuff not people! Well, I would'nt mind getting bored of some people though :P. If I like someone, or if I feel an immediate connection with someone I tend to stay with them for the rest of my life. I'm very proud to say that I'm still in very good terms with most of my school and college friends, including my nursery friends. I lead an almost perfect life, but the fact that its not totally perfect troubles me. I have the best of things around me, great parents, a very sweet sister, amazing friends who will stand by me no matter what, and all the luxuries that I possibly require. But still there is something missing. I need someone or something in my life to perk it up.

Hey! I'm sure I'm not the only one who feels like this. I have yet to meet a person who is completely happy with the life he/she leads. Probably we are made this way. As my philosophical friend says, nothing can make a person totally happy. Check out the below ad.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=GB&v=4haEYOZ9dTE
See everyone needs something better than what they have. Probably thats the drive which keeps us going.

3 comments:

  1. one theory doing the rounds is that the minute you ask yourself if you are happy,you cease to be so...
    "Happiness is like a cat, If you try to coax it or call it, it will avoid you; it will never come. But if you pay not attention to it and go about your business, you'll find it rubbing against your legs and jumping into your lap."

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  2. very true, you have just described the everyone's life, not only you, by end of the day the number of people who we interact on a regular basis with will get narrowed down from 30 to 1 or 2 and finally need someone on who we can rely on for rest of the life...

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