Frustration or throwing away?



 None of us are aware of the breath we take back to this day. We are not always aware of the walking path, we are not aware of the drinking water. We don't make any assumptions about a good night's sleep. When these things stop accompanying us and we begin to feel the effect or lack of yin, then even such a never-before-experienced subject suddenly brings a different wave in our thoughts, ideas and attitudes from emptiness. And we begin to understand the need, usefulness and importance of yin.

Similarly, we are not recognizing many virtues or vices of our own life. Knowingly or unknowingly, how many good things we are killing within ourselves and how many bad things we are lovingly cultivating, like a beloved pet. Today I am trying to raise the issue (of frustration, that is, a kind of grief that grows inside people. Should we really be frustrated or should we be frustrated?
The senses in the human body are of limited capacity, but the universe is unlimited. Using limited senses, everyone is running for the ultimate use of just that. Such as position, prestige, money, power, relationship, etc. But not all things are easy. Then man moves (imagination, faith, superstition, delusion, impulse, vengeance, jealousy, anger and frustration).
Lord Krishna says (every man has his own desire or desire awakens. Anger puts an end to the conscience that distinguishes between truth and falsehood.
Frustration is a force in itself. In fact, Ajeru is like a demonic force trapped inside a person. Which is created from within the mind. Which not only drives man from a negative, vindictive psychology but also gradually affects his own body cells and organs. Medical science says (like anxiety, frustration causes disease, anger, rage, insomnia, depression, indigestion, pressure, brain hemorrhage, etc.) It is basically a rift in personal and social relationships, harmony and tolerance. In the long run, they are a distorted form of craving, thirst, or frustration.
When we try to figure out the path of life by looking at someone or find our failure in someone's success, feel our sorrow in someone's happiness or see someone as an obstacle in our success, and when a feeling of competition, revenge, jealousy or revenge awakens in our mind, it gives birth (frustration). Which directly or indirectly affects our thoughts, tendencies, behaviors and attitudes. As a result, even the smallest things are replaced by hypocritical frustration, not by introspection, counter-argument or dialogue.
Human life is a divine part of the living soul and the Supreme Spirit, made up of the soul element. As the only conscious being in the whole universe, he should think objectively. Discretion comes from fair thinking. There is a huge difference between losing consciousness and making the most of it. Awakening of conscience in a person opens the way to kindness, religion, love, compassion, non-violence, hospitality, good deeds, virtuous character, etc., while losing conscience is just the opposite. Frustration is a bad addiction in itself. It is said that it ends with the development of intelligence. Intellectual sages have sung the praises of the element of wisdom in every verse, as if the cure for all vices is here. The proverb further says, 'Knowledge gives man humility, humility gives merit, merit gives wealth, wealth gives religion and religion brings happiness.'
In the Mahabharata, Dhritarashtra's son Duryodhana was a symbol of hatred, envy and frustration. From an early age, he developed a sense of negative competition and revenge. As a result, a state of deception, injustice and oppression was created in the Mahabharata. The result was a horrific massacre in Kurukshetra. The only reason for the massacre was the frustration within Duryodhana. Frustration makes a person ruthless. Due to the frustration of the people, the world has had to face many wars, including two world wars. Millions of unarmed people in the world have died in famine in the name of politics, religion, doctrine, caste or sect.
People are not the only ones who suffer from anger and frustration. Jesus Christ, the founder of Christianity, was hanged on a cross with an iron fort on his hands and feet. Cruel people who spread hatred towards him were torturing him to the extreme. Christ looked at the eternal expanse of the sky and said, 'O God! Forgive them Because those who are victims of ignorance do not know what they are doing. ' Whether God forgave Jesus' murderers or not, Christ forgave the fools who crucified themselves in the last hours of death.
If every human being is to walk the path of 'Satyam Shivam Sundaram', he does not have to be miserable by cultivating useless craving for death. Despite many difficulties, many great personalities walked the same path. Even in the time of God, mistakes were made, atonement was done. Even Yudhisthira had to see hell for making a mistake by telling a few lies. King Harishchandra had to leave the palace to follow the truth. Gautama Buddha decided to give up his entire royal life for the sake of peace and become a monk. Aristotle, Plato and Aristotle are living forever after the death of good deeds. People who are great in deeds are not only from the East or the West. They are not just partners of history or the present. Nor is it necessary to look at what society, what caste, what religion or geography they belong to. When such a great personality is born in a family, it eventually becomes an invaluable asset to the society, the nation and the entire human race.
Man is the one who makes the letter a mantra, medicine is also made from poisonous tree, the image of God can be drawn on the stone thrown in the grave. In today's world there are secondary things that are really impossible. The desert cannot be changed, the Himalayas cannot be changed, day and night cannot be changed. But it is not difficult for people to change their nature. Everyone should be able to get rid of frustration by knowing themselves. Anger, hatred and resentment should not be made the charioteer of a lifestyle. For that, only the awakening of some of the things inherent in oneself is necessary: ​​conscience, cordiality, brotherhood, selflessness, gratitude, generosity, patience, and truth, non-violence and peace!
Undoubtedly, the world is won by those who throw, not by those who are frustrated. Anyway!
Frustration or throwing away? Frustration or throwing away? Reviewed by Nirajan Ghimire on October 18, 2020 Rating: 5

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