Everyone is born with a dream. We are born, small beautiful souls each one of us. As a baby, we tried to explore and learn new things. We enter this realm called life with so many aspirations, dreams, and ideas. As we start growing, the baby inside seems to take a backseat. We are engulfed in this Life trying to reach something, fulfill something, accomplish something, complete something, discover something, innovate something. We want to fulfill that very something, we want to reach that top. We want to reach for the skies. Oh, how we would love to be in that rush. Every moment we step out we want to reach somewhere.

But, in all this rush, do we ever try to sit back and think. Have we ever tried to press the pause button for a second?

As I was planning to write this, I sat with a cup of coffee, trying to figure out what I have done and what I’m yet to do. Then, I came across these beautiful children playing happily.



What a happy sight! The moment was so fulfilling. It was a joy to watch them. I wanted to leave everything to join them. Oh, how I wished to be a child again. How I wished to be a careless gain. How I wished to be innocent again.

This incident made me sit back and think. What do I need? What do I want to do with this priceless life? What do I want to accomplish in this life? Lets today sit down and ask ourselves. What exactly do I want? To find the answer to this question, we first need to KNOW OURSELVES.

Come let’s explore the different aspects of our life. Let’s sit down and think. Take that first step to help ourselves. Take that first initiative to move ahead. Take that first step towards the direction of self-love. Take that first step to knowing ourselves better.


We are being blessed with an invaluable gift called life. The body is the vehicle which takes us on this fabulous journey. Like how our body needs detoxification, so also our soul needs to be detoxified. We eat nutritious food to provide energy to our body. Likewise, our soul needs food as well. Now, let’s take that very important first leap towards emotional growth.

So, now what is emotional well-being? For physical well-being, we exercise and eat balanced healthy diet. What do we do for emotional balance? Will eating healthy nutritious food help? Yes, of course. But, the most important factor is being happy. Along with leading a physically active life, it is very crucial for us to lead an emotional active life. When was the last time you stopped by to give a smile to another person? When was the last time you switched off your mobile for a whole day to spend some quality time with family? When was the last time you enjoyed playing a game with your parent or kids? When was the last time you laughed till your stomach hurt?


All such simple things give us immense joy. This is what we may call emotionally healthy. It is necessary to keep in touch with people we know. It is good to stop for a while to spend some time talking about our problems with our loved ones. After all, how would anyone know if we did not share? The more we share, the better we feel. It's not only sharing, equally important is nourishing good thoughts. The more positive we are in our attitude; the more positivity is around us and good things follow.


Emotional and physical well being


The very first step towards emotional growth is being thankful for what we have in life. Let’s celebrate today for the joy of living. Let’s thank for this beautiful life. So, we need to exercise our soul, feed it with good thoughts to help us lead a well-fulfilling emotionally strong life. 

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