Puzzles and mazes

    I love puzzles, I love challenges. Mazes are the challenge that take your steps towards solving puzzles. Though mazes can, sometimes, be tiring. But it’s all worth it.

Everyday is a piece… A piece of an infinite puzzle. Pieces are never the same size, length, width. Or they could be…. It’s all about perception, remember? And choices. If your choice is to give a mouse – for instance – the power and dimensions of a lion (which most probably embodies the perception of a foe), you’ll get scared of it and climb a stool when you see it. On the other hand, if you see the mouse as a friend, you will feed it. Same goes for the lion… However, sometime is better to keep the food… Same goes for every happenings in your life. You are the only one responsible for what you choose to feed and for what you keep the food. Now you see the puzzle? Neither do I… Till I escape the maze…

The brain is a maze. There’s always a way in and a way out. You need to make sure you find the light guiding you to the exit that will finally make you see the puzzle solving piece. But the good news is that YOU draw the maze. You place the ending gate. You have the power to place that final piece. So, where’s the problem, afterall? The puzzle helps you draw the maze you desire. They’re somehow connected. They’re challenging. And challenges point to growth. Whatever you think, can be yours, whatever you dream of, can be accomplished! That’s the whole point.

Even this text may be challenging.  But think of it this way… There are puzzle pieces on each path of the maze. In vain we find the final piece at the exit and pick it up, if we don’t have the missing ones. We don’t need to fully understand. We need to take a pencil and start drawing. The pieces will get connected on the way. And the gate will open…



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