Monday, February 4, 2013

Young and Reckless



"Everyone has ocean's to fly, if they have the heart to do it. Is it reckless? Maybe. But what do dreams know of boundaries?"
― Amelia Earhart
 

23 comments:

  1. hindsight is 20/20 but we don't know until we try and nothing wrong with being a little reckless haha

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  2. Dreams don't see boundary....and outside boundary you are reckless !

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  3. Beautiful poem...this was very emotional and evocative.

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  4. मन जाना, पर मन न माना,
    मनमाने को शेष मनाना,

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  5. Being reckless can be a danger to our hearts. Interesting words.

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  6. Is it the same blog I use to visit... Jyoti.. what has happened to you... such a small post... naah.. I can't imagine you writing such a small post... still like always.. a masterpiece :)

    Weakest LINK

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    1. sadly it's the same blog :P
      some times this brain in small patches... and I end up posting a small one :D

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  7. life is like that...
    forbidden fruits are attractive and sweet :)

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  8. Sometimes the line is not that clear - lines drawn by our teachers of whatever tole.

    Sometimes we have to be reckless and dip our toes in the sea of 'what if?'

    Anna :o]

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  9. erm - that should be whatever role.

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  10. true there are things that cant be undone...but i think too at times life calls for a bit of recklessness....

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  11. Another reason why we must think about what we wanna do before doing `em coz sometimes it can`t be undone. Lovely Jyoti.

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  12. I guess people who do such things actually live, others just exist. BTW, I saw one of the Amelia Earhart's planes in a museum in Washington and it was an amazing experience.

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  13. whats a dream as long as it aint reckless? :)

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  14. Rather risk it than sit and wonder about what-ifs :-)

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  15. Being young and reckless is normal. That's the only way to get into some form of inconvenience and learning from the experience. This experience in the long run will avoid one getting into big troubles. Good thinking Jyoti!

    Hank

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