Taken from a book “Alif”. Well! These lines just made me feel how differently same everyone is. All of us have a good part and a bad part but what’s important is which part we feed more. If we prefer to see the good in bad situations, we are feeding our good part. If we prefer to see the bad in good situations, we are feeding our bad part. Putting it into an example, just consider someone dear to you leaving you all of a sudden. Now how you see things varies. If you think they left you because they never deserved you or because they had never the potential to walk upto your mark, you’re feeding your bad part. If you think they left you because they care for you or because they want you to get onto the right way which could only happen on them leaving you, you are feeding your good part. But sometimes, things work differently. The person who leaves never knows that them leaving you wouldn’t help you but instead destruct you. Well! That’s another topic, I might write on later on. The lines highlighted on the page later describes that whatever situation you’re in, you’ll get to learn something. If you go to a perfume shop, even if you don’t buy any, you’ll still carry an aroma when you walk out. If you go to a coal house, even if you don’t get anything, you’ll walk out with black stains. This is how life works. Some situations make you strong and beautiful while some leave you cold hearted. Either you make your weaknesses become your strengths or else you shatter yourself inside with a stone figure for the world. What devastates me is a broken soul. If you’re broken inside, no matter how hard you try to hide it behind your smile, you’ll have it in your eyes someday or you’ll give up on to the pain now or then. Will be writing more on these two highlighted parts later on. The moral for now is, “Shine On Inside Out”.