BELIEVE TO LIVE

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Editorial and Opinion  |  House: Booksie Classic

Believe in yourself and believe in whatever you choose to believe in. Believe to recuperate and resuscitate yourself

We often don’t realize our worth until and unless we undergo some earth-shaking and catastrophic experiences. And then, everything which matters to us is at stake. Everything starts ending with a sign of interrogation. We start delving within ourselves and enter into a long sessions of introspection every now and then. We start questioning our existence and the ultimate question which strikes our soft grey matter and gives a jolt to it: Who am I? And am I content with myself and happy with whatever I am doing? Life apparently seems to be in doldrums and mish-mash. We start fearing from glitches of life. There’s always this feeling somewhere deep within our soul that “something isn’t right”. We seek help of someone whom we think can share our feelings with and what we are going through. And, undoubtedly we are showered with bon mot and “spiritual sayings” which finally, to us, seems to be a cliché. It may be because we know all that, but we are unable to do it and there is none who can help us but only OURSELVES, we finally realize.
We ask ourselves “What do we believe in? And whatever we believe in is worth believing?” We let ourselves on a soul-search and excavates all our wrong deeds and what we haven’t done which should have been done. Many of us find that (including this writer) we don’t pray a lot and may be many of us don’t believe in the organized system of religion. Then the obvious question which strikes: “Are we doing wrong?”
But I guess it’s not so. If one doesn’t believe in the existence of god, that’s not wrong. What’s more important thing to believe in is: Our responsibility to be a good person, and that means to be fair, honest, hard working, caring about others feelings, loving dear ones, true to friends, not to be a cheat, a liar. For one, I guess these believe are enough. To believe in the real people around us. Yeah…its necessary to believe and hold on to something because it gives a reason to live, motivation to trudge through the daily disappointments of life and a daily dose to let our hope live longer inside us. We shouldn’t only learn to deal with the big problems of life but we should learn to deal with the dispiritedness, disenchantment, disappointment because these are the real perils of life and tackling them may prevent us from confronting the impending dooms of our lives. So believe in yourself and believe in whatever you choose to believe in. Believe to recuperate and resuscitate yourself
BELIEVE TO LIVE……..
 


Submitted: June 18, 2010

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darkism

that was very good,i like it,the part that sad that we must have a close person in our lives to over come fear of life. was good-..keep it up..

Sat, June 19th, 2010 3:09pm

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Thanks for appreciation.....glad that u related it in someway.

Sun, June 20th, 2010 3:25am

Gagan

Well very intelligent presentation of ideas, you are right, almost everyone in there lives has gone through times, when they have asked themselves these questions.
You are very young but are way ahead of many who are senior or more experienced in your thought process...Keep it rolling

Wed, July 7th, 2010 8:58pm

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Wow!!Its the nicest comment....i was thinking i wasnt gud at articles... i mean philosophy...may b beyond my age...but ur comment is a boost to me...n yeah u r absolutely right,,,,eveyone goes through their "Odyssey Years". Thanks once again for the appreciation....wud like to hear more of ur feedbacks :-)

Thu, July 8th, 2010 4:29am

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