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The Shades of Gray

 

Between the right and wrong, the fair and unfair, the pass or fail, the good or bad there has always existed a world so less talked about yet always been visited, it is the middle path that we all in all true sense tread.

Right from our childhood we have trained our brains to choose one, it could be either right or wrong, all the descions in our life have always been judged by the world based on these  basics parameters, the parameter of right or wrong. so to talk about a mid way out has never been on our to do list. but if we sit and retrospect , one would realise that our theories might have been right or wrong but our actions ( the applications of those theories) has always taken the middle path. it has been the just for a few but unjust for few others. at some time in our lives they were the best desicions taken by us, but at some other times the same desicions were the worst ones ever taken by us.

Hence to save ourselves from the guilt of doing right or wrong, we naturally play safe and tread the gray road, where we adjust ourselves: our thoughts, our belives, our actions, our desicion, to fit in a frame that will always remain right. but deep within we know that it isn’t actually right, this life could have had a completely different avtar had it not been entangled in the age long debate of right or wrong.

 

 

via Daily Prompt: Gray

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Hey, I am a simple home maker with a passion for writing. I believe in optimism and positivity and hope to make people around me more positive. Because positivity is the key to Happiness!

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