A – Z Challenge: True Colours

Jaibala/ April 23, 2014/ Musings/ 7 comments

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Song: True Colors

Artists: Cindy Lauper

Album: True Colors (1986)

For Full lyrics Click Here.

In a world full of busy people, disappointments, heart aches and heart breaks, it is very easy to get disillusioned. You go into a shell and never want to come out of your own safe world, where slowly you begin to believe every negative and discouraging thing being  said about you. The circumstances are also never better, one thing after the other going wrong and you mope believing that you are a loser. We have many people in this world who will tell us what is wrong and why criticising our every action and word. We need encouragers, people who see beyond all the strife and negatives, slowly realizing your true potential.  Our world is full of critics and short of enouragers. So what do we do when we don’t find an Encourager – Simple We shut out the critics and become our own encouragers.


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Academically a Microbiologist, I am a Web Columnist for popular magazines and websites, Freelance Writer and a Blogger. Words define me and writing and reading compete to be the love of my life. My biggest belief is that there is something good in everything and I always looks to highlight the best in things. Creative writing is my forte.You can reach me by dropping a mail at contact@jaibalarao.com

7 Comments

  1. Lovely and encouraging words and lovely song!

  2. We need push ups not push downs !

  3. Simple We shut out the critics and become our own encouragers.– how encouraging and inspiring to read this line !
    Good one

  4. One of Cyndi Lauper’s good songs. True we need people who lift us not drag us down.

  5. One of my favourite songs, Jaibala. Thanks for posting this.

  6. Lovely song. Lovelier lyrics. True what you say, Jb. Too many to criticize us these days. I honestly wouldn’t mind if the criticism helped me to grow in whatever field it was for. Criticism is just as important as the applause, it just needs to be given the right way.

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