Converting My Weaknesses Into Strength

100 Happy Days – Day 48

Happiness is when you use your weaknesses fruitfully

This knowledge came as a surprise to me. The day before we left for Kollam, an unfortunate incident happened at home. It was a sort of argument and I was all upset and angry. I had to study but studying was impossible in such a grumpy mood. Instead of brooding over what happened (which is what I normally do), I just grabbed some of my crafting items and began working on them.
Slowly and steadily, the pace of my breathing reduced. Before I knew I was much calm. Normally, I take a couple of days to get over a fight. I keep brooding over it and make myself all the more miserable. But doing something creative, took my mind off the things around me and the sight of something I made was enough to make me feel better.

Paper Quilling
The dark clouds and the colorful rain

It is nothing much. Just a cloud and a colorful rain. When my sister saw this, she said, “You know? This sends a message. Colorful rain falls from within the dark cloud. Appearances do not matter. It is about what is on the inside that matters.”
Paper Quilling
A better look at the clouds

I liked her interpretation of my work and yes, I would like to end the day on that beautiful note. Hope you liked my simple quilling. πŸ™‚
Also, I would like to work on this new revelation. I’ll try creating something whenever I feel low. If we could control our emotions, specially the bad ones, what more do we need in life?

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  1. Rangelz

    Thanguuuu πŸ˜€ internet ullapo copy adikka, credit medikka πŸ˜›

  2. Venice

    Wowie! I LOVE this one! A lot of emotion-packed creation I must say πŸ˜‰

    1. Rangelz

      Thanks dear πŸ™‚ Hehe yep. Emotion and drama πŸ˜›

  3. trablogger

    Its so creative and beautiful

      1. trablogger

        My pleasure seeing your art πŸ™‚

  4. Darshith Badiyani

    This is some serious art πŸ™‚ Great message behind this awesome art πŸ™‚

    1. Rangelz

      Thank you Darshith πŸ˜€

  5. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder

    I love your creations, Ranju…they are beautiful…. ^_^

    1. Rangelz

      Thank youuu. Coming from another artist, that is so heartwarming πŸ˜€

  6. krupajnanda

    Reblogged this on krupajnanda and commented:
    This is a really touchy message you posted. It is true if we learn to control our negative emotions which might throw us in a worse situation.

    1. Rangelz

      Thanks a lot for reblogging and I’m glad you could resonate with this message. Thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚

  7. krupajnanda

    This is really beautiful πŸ™‚

  8. Aravind

    Loved this. Drops of colors from a pitch dark cloud πŸ™‚

    1. Ranjini

      Thank you so much Aravind πŸ™‚

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