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Dawning of a new Era!

He experienced the calmness, the splendid moon always helped him. Earlier, his mind was full of doubts, in the quest for understanding the life he realized the hardness of it. But that wasn’t the truth. Life was always simple and amazing in its own way. It was his mistake of living in a delusional world of his own. Isn’t he signifying every other person who is not happy today? Have you ever wondered about your existence? Why are you here? Do you even serve a purpose? Aren’t we all merely a puppet of our own problems? The questions aren’t going to culminate but we need to realize that there is an energy who is falling all over us, an energy which can destroy the universe in seconds and can even recreate it in fractions of a second, an energy which is keeping us alive. The only difference between the people who are happy and who are not is; some people let this thrust of greatness reach their soul while other just repel it. If you don’t have anything to believe in, then believe in this thrust as it will never betray you.
He recently started believing in himself, now he doesn’t need to believe in anything else. Sitting underneath the moon has always helped him. Now he lives a life of interest.
May the force be with him!

And here goes cheers to the new journey! new chapter!


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