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Farewell 2015

After taking a break from blogging for 7 months, I decided to pen down my thoughts from this year before we bring in another one.

This year has shown me a lot of ups and downs and literally transformed me into a whole new person.

The year brought with it a bundle of happiness which unfortunately was very short lived. Though that space will always be empty, it taught me how inspite of being so strong and focused, sometimes we have no control over situations and things that happen in our lives. It taught me the true meaning of a hindi proverb “Waqt se pehle aur naseeb se zyada kisi ko kuch nahi milta” (no one gets anything before the right time and more than what they are destined for).

It is very rightly said that LIFE GOES ON and it did. With all the love and support I got from my family and loved ones, I picked up the pieces and moved towards a brighter tomorrow.

Somewhere in the middle of the year, I decided to give myself a chance at being an entrepreneur. With all the guidance and support I gathered, I took a leap and got a new venture into my life.

Towards the end of the year came another turn in my life. I had to transform from being a housewife to being in a long distance marriage. At first, just the thought of it gave me nightmares, but over time I learnt to take one day at a time. My family being my pillar of strength during these difficult times. It isn’t easy and it won’t be, but the courage and strength multiplies by each passing day.

I was away for so long from my blog because I had to put in efforts towards my daughter Arshia and my new venture too.

As I prepare to open the gift of another year, I look back at this year with pride as it has given me immense strength and wisdom that I will carry into the fresh year.

I have learnt to let go of things I cannot control, I have learnt to share my happiness with everyone who has given me a push when I needed it the most and multiplied my happiness. Most importantly, I have learnt the true meaning of life.