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In the middle of left and right

Am I losing myself while doing all these self-recovering activities? I find myself now in the middle of nowhere. I tried left and right. I had to leave the left unwillingly, forcefully. But the right side does not seem to be for me. But I can be there easily. Now, I guess, I lost myself in between the right and the left. Need a place to stand firmly. This life is not for me!
But hey, I'm a big boy... Will manage it somehow... InshAllah... I will choose the correct one.


  1. inshallah u will....... ;i think ur on right track,,,,,,,,just hold it

  2. something strange is happening in my life... i don't know whether it's just a test for me or it's just the way i should go.

  3. oh i think i know how you feel.and i believe this happens to everyone at least once in a life time and there's no escape from confronting and making big desicions about our lives.I hope you choose the right way, the way that will bring you everything you need and i'm sure that you already know which way to go but you just have to stop thinking and start moving :]
    I don't know you at all but i do believe in you.So good luck.Inshallah you will get over this strange term.
    Lots of Love

  4. Thanks for encouraging me dear. And thanks for the belief.


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