अभी कुछ लोग उर्दू बोलते हैंSeptember 8, 2015
The Bewajah PostSeptember 1, 2016
Why should we understand that we’re just a small part of the universe and not very important?
Because then only we realise that the problems of daily life that we feel messed up about aren’t that massive or important after all. They just are. Considering the population of the world, maybe thousand (if not a million) people might be suffering from the same. Some have even worse.
Your boyfriend/girlfriend broke up, your parents are angry with you, you’re unable to have any good long lasting moment view it. And you feel like the world is collapsing around you.
. . . But it isn’t. Simple truth.
A reasonable scientific fact. You can’t turn away from it, can’t deny it.
The universe (quite, ironically) behaves like the God from the Old Testament. It says, “I am.” And it is. Don’t try to give it some meaning you find suitable. Don’t impose your perception on the world, and only then you’ll realise that the world keeps up with its process. That it never stops in its path. That it might be full of chaos, disorder and anarchy, it is still unrelenting and daring.
And that is all the moral boost you need from it. Simple existence and the ability to keep going forward.
Stop pondering that if the world and events around you seem out of place and without any reason, then there’s something wrong. It isn’t. The world is bewajah. And we all know how beautiful that can be.