– (The Sky is Pink)
The moment I came across this dialogue from the movie “The Sky is Pink”, which ultimately means that “No one has the right to decide the colour of your sky”, my mind just struck with a million thoughts and the million dreams that I see along the days with my eyes open.
“The dreams I wish of achieving,
While rising alone, the fears sometimes conquering me,
But also a different version of me facing everything with a captivating smile,
New mornings these days see a unique version of me,
The more my feet are held by shackles,
The more I wish to fly high.
Trying to break the stereotypes,
Rising and maintaining the standards,
I fight back fiercely as a lioness.
At an odd hour of the day, when you are hit by loneliness,
At an odd hour of the night, when you are hit by never-ending thoughts,
Just remember that you are strong and worthy enough to be facing all this.
There is nothing in this world that you cannot conquer.
No one can ever tell you that YOU CANT DO IT!
Don’t let anyone decide your worth
Your gender, colour, race, suggestions of society cannot decide your worth
No one can define you or put a tag on you for feeling the way you feel,
No one knows your story better than you,
No one has ever seen the silent battles you fight alone,
No one knows how many times you fell, but still, you stood up again with shaking hands and legs and with that non-shaking courage.
So, why believe in anyone else?
You need to believe in yourself and go behind the dreams you have always wished for. You will be judged a hundred times in this way by society, sometimes by your people and sometimes by strangers too.
All you need to keep in mind is that people can’t define you. Your conditions don’t define you; what defines you is the captivating spirit that you carry along, so just let not anyone make you believe that you are incapable of achieving your dreams, no matter what!
Kyuki,” Tumhare Sky Ka Colour Koi Aur Nahi Decide Kar Sakta”
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By – Payal Rohra
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