What’s inside matters..

Imagine a bottle
An empty bottle
How much is it worth?
Nada, zook, naught
Yeah, it’s all the same
Now how much does
A cold drink bottle cost?
Some 50-100 bucks
A perfume bottle cost?
200-300 bucks
A beer bottle cost?
Some 1k bucks
What do we conclude?
The bottle hardly matters
The inside content matters
Similarly our body hardly matters
Our soul are the main catch
Don’t bond just looking at the bottle
You would end up getting
Nada, zook, naught
Bond with the liquid
And you will have the
Most precious people
By your side πŸ™‚

P.S.: I had read about a similar topic somewhere, some years ago and can’t remember properly. So, its totally ain’t my idea. But, don’t we all derive relatable things from what we read and feel and hear and make our own version.

Hope you all are well and having fun and making plans of the coming weekendΒ πŸ˜‰

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51 thoughts on “What’s inside matters..

    • Oh yes, I can agree to that πŸ™‚ we are so busy in our lil sad world that we don’t have the sense to feel the happiness or see anything else. We are in search of happiness, but we should find happiness. Finding is goalless and hence can be felt in numerous ways. Searching is goal specific and hence only achieving it gives us pleasure πŸ™‚

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  1. Reblogged this on From guestwriters and commented:
    As a toddler we are just small, a tiny bottle of expectation and full of hope.
    We are thrown on a ruthless tough world were life is a loop for many comprising of pain, happiness but

    Some may write their experiences In the blank pages of their diary which becomes more smudged by the years. From a desert island some may write their letter and put it in a bottle. Others may look at their life and see a bottle. Then it depends of what they want to see a half empty or a half full bottle.

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  2. And remember that we are all a composite of what we hear , and see and feel, and that all becomes a part of who we are. Our imagination is all we posses to make us unique. That said, I often wonder, how many of my thoughts are original. I like your version! πŸ™‚

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