Be Relaxed Yaar

Everybody is taking tension nowadays. Frustration and blood pressure is everywhere. Everybody is angry with the age, relatives, friends and family. Some mental pressures are real, but most of the others are imaginary and self-created and self-imposed. Fears like the dread of falling ill, or the fear of accident or theft or street crime or something else are eating the guts out of us. Notions like these are which have put an enormous invisible burden upon us.

Due to these situations, we all are becoming patients of different physical and mental diseases and doing self-destruction to ourselves. Mental pressure, whether real or imaginary, causes blood pressure which produces myriad complications. Blood pressure is also known as silent killer. We really haven’t learnt to relax.

Our body structure has got an immense power of self-healing. Whenever we fell ill, or attacked by fear, depression or frustration, the defense system of body becomes active and starts taking actions. But if we start taking different kinds of lots of medicine than it confuses the body’s defense mechanism. Instead of taking medicine for depression, heal yourself with the joys of life. Accept the harshness of life, and then try to find out the silver lining.

The best remedy for the depression and frustration is the faith on Allah. When we, deep in our heart, believe firmly that Allah’s will is ultimate and He is the owner of everything, and everything is in His supreme control, and everything is happening according to His will, then the pieces of puzzle themselves fall into their respective places and the relaxation seep across us. Those who believe in Allah, nothing can deter or dissuade them.

So give problems your best try, and then have faith in Allah. This will make your worries evaporate.


1 thought on “Be Relaxed Yaar”

  1. Assalam Alikum!

    In his famous novel ‘By The River Piedra I Sat Down And Wept’ Paulo Coelho writes:

    ”…every day God gives us the sun—and also one moment in which we have the ability to change everything that makes us unhappy. Every day we try to pretend that we haven’t perceived that moment, that it doesn’t exist—that today is the same day as yesterday and will be the same as tomorrow. But if people really pay attention to their everyday lives, they will discover that magic moment…”

    We have shunned believing that these moments exist. We have assumed that joy is always a blessing. That we are incapable to create it. We have assumed that depression is also divine and that we are unable to cure it.

    And that’s the thinking which should be changed.

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