Hypothesis Of Reality

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“It is only when a million hypothetical situations combine, that we arrive at a real one.” This was once quoted to me by a dear friend. Although the reference at that time was quite literal, I was left wondering at the sheer honesty of the words. If we take this perspective to look at that wonderfully abstract thing called life, it becomes so easy to understand!  After all, what is life…? It is so many things, so many emotions; expectations…but if we do go into the actual depths, are these for real? Everything is in our minds…hypothetical to say, it is only how we perceive, how we react…

And when all these hypothetical, non-existent things come together, they conjure up that magical wonder – LIFE.

Life is…never exactly what you want.
Life is…always wanting something more.

Life is…a search that never ends.
Life is…a treasure to be found.

Life is…full of failures.
Life is…a new opportunity every day.

Life is…abandonment of dreams.
Life is…embrace of reality.

Life is…letting go off your innocence.
Life is…growing up!

Life is…betrayal at every step.
Life is…trusting each step you take.

Life is…anger, war, hatred.
Life is…falling madly in love.

Life is…hurting and getting hurt.
Life is…Smiles, hugs and kisses.

Life is…survival of the fittest.
Life is… the desire to survive.

Life is…a challenge on your face.
Life is…realizing your potential.

Life is…hopeless nights.
Life is…hoping for the day to come.

Life is…a deadline on everything.
Life is…moving forward to the new.

Life is…such a competition!
Life is…the joy of victory.

Life is…never good enough.
Life is…the ultimate scope of improvement.

Life is…pain and sickness.
Life is…“get well soon”.

Life is …separations and good byes.
Life is…“see you again”.

Life is…an impossible situation.
Life is… “miracles do happen”.

Life is…wild and weird.
Life is…a wonder every moment.

Life is…losing your way.
Life is…finding yourself.

Divyashree Datta

The author is a student at Amity University, Rajasthan, a Social Worker at AALINGAN, FAITH, Jaipur, but most of the times, she is a random thinker and an amateur writer. Basically, she considers herself to be a very simple but a very lucky creation of the almighty…

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