We humans, just worry too much. Don't we? We worry when our work is not recognized. We worry when our partner doesn't give us adequate attention. We worry when our friends are busy in their life, unable to talk to us everyday like school/college days. Being social freaks, we also worry when our updates in Facebook are not liked by many. Deplorable but true! Humans are the easiest prey to the predator called "ANXIETY".
Yesterday when I was strolling in my terrace, my eyes rested on a bird who was singing merrily in a carefree manner. The red roses also grabbed my attention that have adorned my little garden. I smiled and thought if only we humans can live in such a beautiful way. Like the bird and the rose, we are also a part of Nature born to celebrate life and make the universe beautiful by our presence. Everyone is transient in this universe; everyone of us have come here for a limited time. Then for the limited time that we are on this universe, why worry so much?
The thing with humans is that we think that we are superior. Yes, superior to other forms of life on this universe. We believe in our subconscious mind that we are immortal. We never contemplate on the fact that we are here for a limited amount of time and will perish once that time gets over. Then what is the use of all these petty worries with which we build a house of anxiety?
Our presence in this universe is successful only when we manage to bring a positive difference to this universe, no matter how small it is. A rose charms everyone without ever thinking that it will perish the very next day. A bird sings to its merriment without worrying about food or weather. Humans should learn from other creations of this universe to make a difference to the world. Can't we also be like that rose to someone? Can't we be that carefree bird who sings without any greed of admiration?
Life is a gift of the Creator and by worrying about the future endlessly, we convert that divine gift into a burden. Most of the pain that we humans have to bear are really self-inflicted. The reason for it is wandering time and again in the dark lanes of anxiety.
Is it really needed?
Can't we just value every breath of ours?
Can't we celebrate life always?
After all, we all will perish one day. Let's make this universe beautiful by our presence now.