The Grey Area

Daily Prompt :-
Waiting Room
“Good things come to those who wait.” Do you agree? How long is it reasonable to wait for something you really want?

The perception of a Good Thing varies from eye to eye. A person rarely considers the ramifications his desires can conceive, particularly affecting the people close to him.

The good things that we want, we crave, be it an opportunity or something else has the ability to manufacture immense destruction. It will hit us in the face or slowly poison us. Be sure of the things you consider good, because they may not be so.

The waiting part is rather tricky. How long to wait? As long as its necessary,  until you are satisfied. Until the right good thing comes by.

One of the most clichéd examples of waiting for the good thing – True Love. But ironically, people do not wait for it. They grab each and every opportunity that they think can lead to finding their desirous craving. When time after time their efforts are deemed futile, they are said to be in the perpetual waiting for the good thing.

There’s this old adage,

Whatever happens, happens for the good.

Frankly, I believe this is a phenomenon people made up to comfort themselves and hide their displeasure and hurt. Because honestly, not everything happens for the good.

So here comes The Grey Area, bringing forth the bewilderment and the disarray. There is no waiting.
You either get it and you’re wait is over or you don’t get it and wait till you do. But actually, there’s no waiting. You do grab each and every opportunity. You just call the time period you fail to get your supposedly good thing, waiting.

So, be patient and grab the hell out of each and every moment. Because any moment now, your wait will be over.

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2 comments

  1. Tisha · November 17, 2014

    Reblogged this on Rambling my heart out! and commented:
    Good things happens not to those, who just sit and wait for it to come, but to those who grabs the opportunity and make it happen! 😀

  2. Tisha · November 17, 2014

    Really a motivating post Rosh. Reblogged it. 🙂

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