In the modern world, it is always been a habit of all the people living on the earth to make others count their lackings and problems. If a person is bad at something the world will only rebuke that person on that particular matter only as much as they can. This means demolishing the trust of the person on himself. The world is a cruel place to live as people will not count your qualities. Those are forgotten in a few seconds but bad habits and lackings remain in the mind of the world and make a long-lasting impression on it. Demoralizing that person is the best key of the world to the extent of finishing him. Why does this keep happening?. Why can’t people live their own life and let others live? They need to understand that it’s ok to make the person count their lackings to an extent but are they truly perfect?
Don’t they have any weakness to be judged for? Well, the answer is like a universal truth. And we find that no one is perfect. So no one has the right to do so. It’s ok to criticize someone because criticism sometimes helps them to improve, only to a certain extent though.
I remember, when I had entered in the blogging world, I didn’t know anything about this world. It was totally strange for me and I was like an alien here. I just came here due to my interest in skincare. I was a very simple person in my personal life. I only used lipstick in the name of makeup 🙂 but when I took an interest in this art, I learned it myself. Yes, I learned makeup by doing many small mistakes. I don’t feel ashamed to write it today. When I check my old makeup look posts I laugh but still, I’m proud of it. I used to make mistakes while applying eyeliner. I always failed to find a neat and thin line. Applying eyeshadows especially blending was always a pain for me. I used to get a lot of comments some of them appreciated my efforts. In some comments, I got some healthy suggestions to improve my skill but some people used to mock me. Some comments were so disheartening that I felt hopeless. They really demoralized me. They used to write those comments without mentioning their name as anonymous. In the beginning, I used to feel negative and uncomfortable but gradually I learned to ignore them and not only keep continue my blogging but also improve my makeup skill with time. Today I got a lot of mails of my readers who love my makeup look, they request me to post more and more looks which I respect. However, I’m not perfect in doing makeup even today, I still make mistakes but I know that it’s a learning process and it will be continuing. Actually, when you make fun of someone, you are probably degrading their purity and disrespecting them.
Today it’s believed that today’s world is of the strong and weak don’t have any place in this but it’s not true. Weak people need upliftment so as put themselves forward. We should first look at ourselves and should improve our inner behavior first as it looks really fun to laugh and mock at others but when it comes to you you will understand the truth.
So, In the end, I would like to say that pointing out others can be regarded as a very cowardly nature. The main concern is how you improve yourselves and help others too. You can’t consider yourself perfect as no one is perfect and you have to put your impact in this world in that state of imperfection only.
Coming to my outfit:
My today’s outfit is an ethnic outfit. You would have seen it on my Instagram a couple of days before. These pictures are taken on my last Delhi visit. I have worn a beautiful set which is perfect for any small occasion or gathering. This suit comes with a full-length navy blue color cotton Anarkali kurta with red churidar and dupatta. The combination of deep blue, red and gold enhances its beauty. I wore some bangles with it and finished my look with a pair of black sandals. Hope you like it.
Anarkali suit – Sangria
Sandals – Dorothy Perkins