There will come a Day…

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There will come a day in your life, some day, when you will have to give answers. Answers, to the things that you did; to those that you didn’t. To all the times that you were angry and those that you were happy. Answers to every emotion you felt within the spectrum and how you reacted to each of the stimuli. There will come a day when you will be allowed to complain – to your heart’s content and be grateful for all the things that got you to the point that you can be grateful for.

There will come that day when you will be required to weigh every action of yours – in isolation and defiance of the law and the rules that you and your fellow human beings made – in the hope of enabling a better life: the day when you will have to weigh your action in the courtroom of your own conscience. A day where you will be allowed to play all the roles in a courtroom scene. You will be allowed, on that day, to pass your sentence. That day no one else will judge.

There will come a day in your life when there will be no scope for contemplation, consideration or complacence. It will be the day of here and now. There will come a day that you will stand naked; shorn of all your gatherings.

That day, you will also be allowed to say that you didn’t know what you were talking about.

But that day is not today.


10 thoughts on “There will come a Day…

  1. Each day can be a day when you feel accountable for your choices. You need not wait until the end of this life to reflect back on what was meaningful or not. if you do this regularly, you will be empowered to make choices which continue to enrich your Earthly existence.


  2. ==Abaniko:
    We do – in fact we open up all the time – slowly – taking baby steps towards it.

    Thanks DD – I guess ‘that’ day comes more than once; I know what you mean 🙂

    Welcome to Gaizabonts

    The day isn’t towards the end of life – it keeps coming ever so often (like I said above). And yes, I agree that it does enrich us.

    I think you have your answer with the responses above – it comes ever so often 🙂


  3. Well said! Comes so aptly at a time when I need to consider my words carefully before I speak or else it could be something I regret on THAT day.

    My mother always says: “Live each day as if it were your last.”


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