Goodness thrives when we accept to change our future for the better life not just for ourselves but for others as well.
Do unto others what you want them to do to you. Treat all with kindness and love.
Most of those afflicted with miserable childhood memories they tend to protect their children from getting the same treatment. However, they fail to recognise that they are repeating the same behaviour to other people in the name of "Protecting their OWN." When you decide to end it, then end it for all. Don't specify but generalize to all.
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The moon looked The brightest that day. The cosmos- Pushed life into Nurtured balls of courage, Which had looked So pale, one day. The night looked so pretty, And the stars Really WERE 'balls of fire'. When you held my hand And promised me, Dad. How much you can say, Without speaking a word, How much you can love, With your warm, healing eyes.
As I breath in, I know what keeps me calm How I survive, What I feel, And how I fight.
My soul catches your Precious gestures, Your efforts, And such a minimal portion Of your unfathomable love.
And as I sit here, father, I weave a painting of my dreams, The memories that will always be The Crayons for me. And the canvas is the art.
You know, The crayons have all the colour In them. And the beautiful coloured beasts Rekindle more of their kind.
Then,what? I fill my canvas with A stroke of brilliant gold.
They say, " When you go to Rome, do like what the Romans do." My question is What if that means compromising your faith? Leaving your hijab ? Leaving your niqab ? Just to blend in with the society. It's not a matter of doing what the people of that community/country do.
It's a matter of staying true to your religion, your faith, yourself and most importantly obeying and submitting to the same God whom you were submitting to, before.
Relationships that have an aim of lasting forever together as one, always pose a solution that one of the two arguing has to step down and either forgive or ask for forgiveness.
However, if the goal to formulating or driving this accidental or unintentional drama, "argument," is not to find a solution but other selfish motives then this strategy won't work.
As one of the two parties won't accept to step down.
Rather leading to a back and forth argument that would sabotage that relationship.
Before you wonder why it's an endless argument, sit back and reflect and ask yourself, " Why was I arguing ? What is my motive behind this argument?" "What am I aiming for to gain at the end of this argument?"
The answer to this will guide your way to the solution.
Either forgive or ask for forgiveness if truly your motive is to seek a solution.
Before you utilise your energy to fight for something, always know if it wasn't worth worrying for then it's not worth fighting for.
If your emotions and feelings towards that thing is inclining towards negativity then what's the use of utilising all your energy to fight for something that you truly and deeply don't care nor worry for. It's a wastage of time and energy.
If you truly care for something or someone then worry evolves and you start searching for ways on how to handle or solve the situation.
Usually emotions connect to that person or thing.
But, if there's no spark of emotion which would result in no concern/interest nor worrying then there's no need to fight for it.
Emotions trigger the strength and energy to achieve something. They keep that person moving inspite of all the struggles he/she faces on that path. Just know if there's no emotions to care and worry then it's not worth fighting for.