06 May, 2009

New Beginnings

I love new beginnings. It gives you a fresh look at things and gives you the opportunity to rectify all that had gone wrong in the past. It also lays the foundation for success and taking the directions that you wish with more conviction and confidence. It is also a time for retrospection at the events that have just passed and time for introspection at the present and the immediate future.

Over the past few years I have turned more spiritual and to some extent religious. It is this immense faith in the almighty that keeps me going. I guess it was a result of me being all by myself, of not having to answer anyone about my actions, of not worrying about the materialistic pleasures, of understanding myself better.

I have come to realize that if I do something honestly with the best intentions, and without worrying about the results, the almighty takes care of the result. There are sometimes where the result does not turn out the way expected, but in no way, does that result in me putting lesser effort.

So whenever I start all new beginnings, without a clue of how it will be down the line. But I just have the faith in the almighty and the confidence in myself that things will turn out well.

I finished my masters here at Indiana University, and hence now every day is a part of a new beginning. A beginning where there is a project named Pick Me, Click Me, Educate Me! , a lot of children, and a lot of smiles waiting to be spread, a thousand dreams waiting to be heard and be told how to fulfill it.

I am super excited about this new beginning.


~ ॐ ~ said...

Maybe this is the beginning that I am feeling very strongly about when I wrote my post on Chai ki Dukaan !!!

all the best Kshitiz !!!

Kshitiz Anand said...

Thanks a lot Prashant bhai!

padme said...

i love new beginnings too :))

there is such an air of excitment at the thought of the unknown..and mending mistakes of yesterday.

may be that is why there is night and day...every morning...can be a new beginning...

may your faith and connection with the spirit continue to deepen.

Kshitiz Anand said...

Thank you for your comment Padme (though I am not sure if thats your name)

I like your post on Expectations. that's so true. Was trying to comment but I think its disabled for now.

I am said...

Very true Kshitiz and a lovely post. Cannot disagree with a word you wrote about the faith in almighty, honest efforts put by us, and confidence.

I believe in every word you wrote and I trust that if I am honest everything will be taken care of ..

all the very best..
Will see you soon

Kshitiz Anand said...

Thanks Tanu :) We surely will meet up soon!