Life is a flute with holes and hollowness-but lovely music comes out of itWhen we as someone 'How are you', most of them may answer' "Ah! Just going on"; or its equivalent in any local language. Those who want to reply as a formality may say "Fine. How are you?" Very rarely do you get a confident "Very nice, I am quite happy and healthy".
Why this semi or total unhappy mood is seen in people generally, more than happiness? When and how will they be happy? Most feel that God did not give them enough-whether it is good looks, wealth, health, career or family. How they come to such a conclusion is by comparing themselves to others. The one, who does not compare himself with others, will feel that he is happier and better than yesterday. He feels that this life is a gift from God. It has everything in it, though it may appear differently. It is for him to make it the best.
In a cooking competition even if the ingredients are given same each person may make different dish or even f it is same dish it will taste different. Similarly we only can give the required taste to our life.
A flute comes with many holes and hollowness inside. But from that only lovely enchanting music come out. We know that even the animals and bird too got enchanted and enjoyed by Lord Krishna playing the flute. We all should be happy and content and bring out the best music from the flute called our life.
(This is an entry for A Thread a day Challenge)