Saturday, December 20, 2008

Believe in the imminent dawn


written for www.msn.co.in

It is darkest before dawn, we all know. However, when it is dark and we need to see day-break, are we able to wait and hope for light patiently? Or, do we despair, having lost all faith in the approaching dawn?

Most of us would say that it is only common sense to realize that dawn comes after night. But in life, are we always willing to believe that happiness comes after tests and difficulties? Perhaps, many amongst us would lose hope and blame life or circumstances bitterly when things go wrong. In the process, hope is being compromised.

If on the other hand, we can trust the cycles of life and know that just like day comes after night, happiness and fulfillment come after hardship, we will generate a lot of positive energy in our lives. This positive energy will manifest gradually in situations and circumstances in our favour.

True, life is never 100% trouble or sorrow-free; however, our optimistic attitude makes it easier for us to deal with difficulties. Believe in the promise of the beautiful dawn. Not even the darkest night can stop the dawn from coming.


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2 comments:

KParthasarathi said...

Generally true. The night and day have a regularity that we hardly see in life.The cycle of happiness and sorrow varies from individual to individual and life itself is uncertain.But devoid of hope, life would become terrible.

Jyo said...

Hi Ayesha...what you have written is correct.Here,i recollected a quote,it goes like this....

“There was never a night or a problem that could defeat sunrise or hope.” Vertorama