AN UNFORGIBLE SIN

The things which matters me a while ago turned out void; which makes me sangfroid.


How pathetic our thought process is, we never appreciate “blessing in disguise” continuously running for the disaster disguise. The result is we attract what we thinks the most.


Granting our heart to accept the beauty of scars is not only the permanent solution at all but it surely is a way which lead you to become the best version of yourself.
Doing something big is a Okay, but if you keep braging your difficulties by measuring the route over and overt is a SIN.

AN UNFORGIBLE SIN”

– Harshita Pandey πŸ•‰

16 thoughts on “AN UNFORGIBLE SIN

  1. Yes you are absolutely right, if we always keep braging our problems by measuring the route again and again , it’s an unforgettable sin. Very well written πŸ‘ŒπŸŒΉβ£οΈπŸ« Thank you β€οΈπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘Œ

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  2. Very true! Acceptance with the smile is all we need..very beautifully penned!!
    Underway exploring the site, I found myself addicted to your blogs! Keep growing dear, Harshita!

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    1. Thank you so much, it really means a lot to me. I surely will try to write more like this for sure. I love that addiction line πŸ₯Ί these days addiction word has a very different meaning in layman’s term is so negative. But today I felt it’s just the goodness and positive potential which make some things more nicer. Thank you so much again. I hope you grow the most as well and touched the highest peaks of every mountain.πŸ” thanks for spreading so much positivity and love.
      Ayushi you’re an angel.πŸ§šβ€β™€οΈπŸ‘Έ

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      1. Aah, fixing my gaze at your inspiring words, I literally felt the happiness running my veins.❀
        Thank you so much for encouraging me to a very great extent!πŸ˜„(a fresher to blogosphere). Thanks a lot of your well wishes!

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  3.     I like your sentiments on learning from difficult situations. It is difficult to appreciate the lessons we can learn from trauma. Thank you for your insights.
        I’m used to idiomatic English so I’m having a hard time with some of your syntax. If I may, I’d like to tell you what I’m hearing. I’m not sure, but for instance, I think you mean:
        “How pathetic our thought process is when we never appreciate β€œa blessing in disguise,” while continuously running for the disaster disguise. The result is we attract what we are thinking about the most.
        Also, as a side thought, I like bragging sometimes when I’m proud of something I’ve done, and with a sense of humor, I disguise my humility.

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    1. I guess, It’s fine to appreciate yourself and make yourself proud by bragging here and there. In this way you’re attracting many people to do something good. And maybe in that way they can find their key to happiness and start believing that magic happens!

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