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Wait, wait, wait… well the title has to be understood completely. I was reading something by J. Krishamurti (JK), liked the following and posting here. JK was a philosopher of last century, more on wiki or just search on net….

When we close
the windows and doors of our house
and stay inside, we feel very secure, safe.

But life is not like that.
Life is constantly knocking at our door,
trying to push open our windows that we may see more;
and if out of fear we lock the doors, bolt all the windows,

the knocking only grows louder.

The closer we cling to security in any form,
the more life comes and pushes us.

– Life Ahead. p 54

I recall the following statement of Zorba a character in Book – “Zorba The Greek” a novel by Nikos Kazantzakis.

Life is trouble. Only death is not. To be alive is to undo your belt and *look* for trouble. – Zorba the Greek

Think it over, life is a trouble only death is not… take challenges, uncover yourself, open the doors of possibilities and fly as high as you can. As much as I try to explore myself and push the envelop I realize I can go even further… it is all about getting to know oneself.

Therefore take trouble, undo your belts and open the doors to possibilities.