Wednesday, September 22, 2010


I don't know why I'm always competing with people who shouldn't bother me.

Sometimes, I like to ask myself, "Why is it about proving to the world, that if you've lost something good, you're worth a lot more and that you already have whatever it is that you're worth in your hands? Why is it always about being the one with the upper hand? Why is it about never giving in and fighting with others.. with yourself.. your conscience.. to reach the goal you've set for yourself.? Why is it about wanting people to look at you and know that you're not just another face.. that you're not forgettable? Why is it always about your EGO? Why can't you look past it for once.. for your own good? Why on earth does it matter to you that your rival walked two steps ahead of you overnight? Why do I make the mistakes I do? Why do I force myself to learn the lessons that I do?


NOTE : This is NOT for anyone in particular! The word "Rivals" was used generally for people I hate, and NOT people I don't know or DON'T hate!

Thank You,


The Bald Guy said...

Great. Next time, try using shorter sentences to keep the readers interest.

Splatters Of Ink said...

Will do. Thank You! :)

Priyanka Banerjee said...

Well, im quite a competitive person!
But i try to keep it under control. You know? So that I dont become a Monica?

The Bald Guy said...

I'm a sort of a Monica. Not completely though, but getting to it if I don't control myself.


Dipin Kaur said...

All of us end up competing with a lot of others. Clothes, boyfriends, friends, looks, grades... Im one of them.
But seriously, it doesn't help. All it does, in fact, is make one feel worse.
So the next time you try to get too competitive, count your blessings; more importantly its competition with yourself that counts the most. :)