Art of liv­ing!

The Miracle - - Women -

By : Asma Ayyaz, Mort­gage Bro­ker TheT most dif­fi­cult art in the world is this. a OurO test. life Howis a jour­neywe take from each be­gin­ning­step de­cides till en­dour roadro and des­ti­na­tion. As a trav­eller needs cer­taince doc­u­ments to travel, we need faith an­dan courage, kind­ness and brav­ery. RulesR are to keep us in check, help us to func­tionfu prop­erly. If ev­ery body lives in goodgo co­or­di­na­tion, with love and kind­ness in heart, it helps us, peo­ple we deal with Rights and du­ties are two sides of the samesa coin. When we en­joy some­thing, it is theth duty done by oth­ers. One should never cheat one’s own self and oth­ers. We give favourable ex­cuses for our be­hav­iour, our weak­ness. That is cheat­ing. We should rather ac­cept the truth of our strength and weak­ness. Cheat­ing is like robb­bing the rights of oth­ers. Small things lead to big things. A drop of wa­ter is just a part of the ocean. We can say and be­have with thou­sand lies but it is al­ways truth which stands out at the end. Why not ac­cept the truth?? One can not build sand cas­tles. Par­ents, youth, and chil­dren, we all are hu­man be­ings. We have one very valu­able gift from God. We have power to think more than any other liv­ing species on this Earth. To think what is right is im­per­a­tive. Our whole be­ing is con­nected to heart, feel­ings if some­thing is wrong­fully ac­quired, if we get some­thin­gome­thing wrong­fully, our con­science will def­i­nitely tell us. Lets not ig­nore it. To­day, even if one per­son has all the riches in the world. Still they are not happy in­ter­nally be­cause many a times, they have com­pro­mised their prin­ci­ples to achieve such heights. Why crave for things, re­la­tion­ships or any­thing which is not right? One can buy the best food but not apetite, or the best mat­tress but not the sleep. So let us re­al­ize the true worth of hap­pi­ness.

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