People Mapping?

We always try to figure people out. We are all silent judges after all. From clothes to character we pretend to know it all from the first glance. The very same people who don’t know what they want to do go around handing free advices to others like it is their sole purpose of life.

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Sometimes I wonder wouldn’t it be easier if we all just came with maps or maybe an instruction manual. So we could mark your favourite spots so we won’t sit for hours wondering about it. Wouldn’t it make things easier for all of us? We won’t spend time in overthinking signs, deciphering codes or having conversation with friends about unsaid or spoken words and things other’s did or didn’t do, we would just refer to the instruction manual.

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But it doesn’t really happen that way now, does it?

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So maybe it’s about time for us to be cautious with our words and to be held accountable for our actions or think about their consequences.

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As far as the maps go, all we can do is explore and make up a sketch of how far we have come, how far we have travelled to get to where we want to go. To show change, to show growth and progress.

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There is no fool proof method or formula. And I’m not going to pretend that I have it all figured out. All I am doing is taking one day at a time. We have to figure it out by ourselves and may be that’s all there is to it. Till then I will keep inflicting my opinions on the world and maybe after that too.

Untill next time.

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Much love,

Chesta

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