The “Untitled”/ It’s okay to not be okay?

Yeah, feel free to condemn me. Not really a genius title for a blog post, but there’s a story behind it. Rather, there are a set of questions behind it.

A. How do you put a title on what you feel?

Now this is a serious question because I’ve been trying to put into words what I feel and why I feel that and how strongly I feel it. Needless to say, I failed to answer any of these questions. So, yay me.

B. How do you know whether you’re on the right path?

I’m 21… Six months away from graduating and I still feel like a lost soul. Legally, I’m an adult. I can vote, get married, produce a set of babies and what not. Only I can’t contest in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha elections (#CivicsLessonsDoneRight). Nevertheless, I’ve been pretty clueless whether I am treading in the right direction.

How I wish I could adult better!

C. How do you figure out your life?

Perhaps, you don’t. Maybe you never will. Because I think that is how it is supposed to be. You can’t have plans and execute them to perfection until you have years of experience on your side. Maybe, just maybe, you’re supposed to figure things along the way?

D. Is it okay to not be okay?

To this I say – OF COURSE! To be okay is too sub standard, just like this blog post (if you’re still reading, that is… In that case, thank you!)

On second thought I could be the brand ambassador of “It’s okay to not be okay”. Does that count as a direction?


2 Comments Add yours

  1. SiddharthN says:

    Maybe you are already on the right path and you have no clue about it.


    1. mangledwings says:

      Perhaps. You the real MVP. 😂
      Such a cutie consolation 🙂


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