Savvy Raj

Live Life Lovingly!

On usefulness


The search for meaning

Is never in vain

There is always a meaning

To life and living.

One or a million reflections

May be more

At times can lead

To a miracle in the making.

One or a million drafts

May lead us to a perfect design

One or a million words

May be more…

Can bring on the inner genius

One or a million works of art

May be more…

Delivers a masterstroke.

Each step is of value

And somehow significant

To some one somewhere

As much as…

To the utimate whole!.

If something seems to be useless to one person, there is always a possibility of so many who may find it useful.


Often profound meaning arrives from the most mundane and the so called ordinary moments in life and living. For the truth is out in the open but our overworked brain often misses these simple truths for it chooses to search for meaning in the complexities. But what is wonderful to know is that all is never lost… for every step makes a difference matters to the whole some how somwhere.

Author: Savvy Raj

Dance Educator, Writer, Artist, Designer, Wellness Mentor & Consultant

12 thoughts on “On usefulness

  1. Beautiful! When we sink into the moment, each moment blesses us – makes a piece of this masterpiece that we call our life. Thank you for this inspiration and sweet reminder. 🙂

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  2. You so wonderfully expressed the essence of life.🙏
    It just requires us to remain ready for the moment😇

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  3. True. Its all about the perception of the individual. Two different people may find hope and despair in the same situation. Loved the post 🙂

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    • Yes indeed! Our perceptions and attitude often make a difference in the way we reflect and handle our lives. Thank you so much for sharing your lovely thoughts and reflections here. 😊


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