Friday, January 15, 2016

The dark love

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{Jacket - SheInside, Leggings - Zara, Brooch - Annaikka, Bag - Stalk Buy Love, Watch - Michael Kors, Sunglasses - The Black Box, Shoes - Forever 21}

I am seeing the age old human tendency of wanting something until they get it and then wanting something else in a whole new light. The need to want seems never ending. I have been wanting to redesign my blog and now that is kind of under process, I want more (let's keep that under wraps till the idea solidifies into something real). I wanted to buy a designer bag, now that I have my two Michael Kors, I want more. And I know once I get that 'more', I would again want something else. Why is the need to want is so obsessive? Or am I the only one on this boat? I am guessing not. Be it bags or career or relationship, is someone ever satisfied? What is the definition of being satisfied really? 

One could dwell on those question for ages and never come up with definitive answers, for being satisfied is truly a momentary stage. Would we strive to work harder if we were satisfied with where we are in our career? Even if you become very successful, if you are satisfied, you would not feel the need to work harder and be driven towards a new goal. So, I guess wanting is not that bad after all. I know a lot of you will beg to differ. Some people do claim they are satisfied with what they have and I respect that. Being able to make peace with your current stage, emotionally, physically, financially or even romantically is a rare ability and I applaud you if you have achieved it. I am still working on it but I doubt it's going to come anytime soon. Don't get me wrong, I am happy with where I am today, what all I have. Blessed even. But to say I am fully content and I don't want more would be a bit of a lie. I am trying this thing you know, being honest with yourself in all entirety and accepting this is the very first stage I guess. Till next time...

xoxo,
Srish

Photography: Vaibhav Sachdeva
Styling/Content/Post-Production: Srish