Tuesday, December 30, 2014


Today is the last day of 2014. I wonder where the year went. Just recently I had celebrated the start of 2014 and my first new year with my husband. A whole year just went past in a blink.

The one thing that I learned in 2014 was that how important it is to have patience. Sometimes it just doesn't help to obsess about things which are not in our control. Everything will fall into place someday. We just need to believe.

I had read somewhere that 90% of our happiness or sadness depends on the kind of life partner we choose. I had not given it much thought then, but now I have realized how true that is. Ours was an arranged marriage. It might sound as a cliche, but when we talked for the first time, we found an instant connect. Now after an year of marital bliss, I have realized that he is the reason behind my smile and an unflinching support system. He has become a source of huge encouragement for me. He is an epitome of infinite patience and calm. I feel so blessed to get a husband like him who has accepted me as I am and never ever tried to change me.

2014 has also taught me to be more empathetic to people. It was also an year of self-introspection for me. I have learnt a great deal about myself and trying to accept and love myself more.

I am looking forward to 2015 and wonder what it holds for me.

Happy New Year 2015 to everyone:)


  1. Hummmm, that's nice to know...Good luck to you both..:)
    Changing times...it is in giving that you receive....have you read the Prayer of Saint Francis of Azizi...just remembered that by this post...if you haven't Google it up to find it..:)