‘Courage’ is the Anchor of all troubles!

You must have heard Aesop fables, particularly ‘the tortoise and the hare’ … In that story there is a hare who is very proud of himself that no one in the world can run faster than him and always D grades the poor tortoise. On one such day the tortoise becoming infuriated challenges the hare for a race. Then when the race begins the hare runs a long way and waits by a tree thinking that the tortoise will never be able to get to the finish line and by that time I should rest and he dozes off. When he wakes up, unknown to the situation, marches to the finish line, where he finds that the tortoise has already won the game and has to admit that even if the tortoise is quite slow he still had beaten him…

Well, the story is of course not true but it sure does tell us that Courage is the anchor of all troubles’. Things seem impossible but when we pluck up all our courage the word impossible itself begins to say ‘I am possible’.

Courage and fear is like yes and no, when we hope for the best we should also give our best efforts to make it happen so why not try to achieve what we always wanted to. And, lose the fear which we hold inside just by making up our mind.

At times, we are able to have that ‘yes’ but because of the cruelty of fate we are not able to attain it. For these kinds of people I’d like to say that “it’s hard to stand up but – Try, try again!” Because you having the occasional problems is not a big deal, as it makes you aware that there is no ‘living’ without facing difficulties, problems and dilemmas in life.

 

‘A great deal of talent is lost in the world for the want of little courage.’ Even if we lack something in us physically, we should not bother listening to ‘back seat drivers’ telling us that we cannot do anything, like the leaning tower of Pisa, it’s tilted yet it stands in its place. Having faith in who we are and what we are doing and not letting others make us lose the talent we have and instead show what we ‘can’ do! Is the kind of courage that is needed!

Cause people cannot know us until we show that even being the tortoise we still have a chance to beat the hare! 😉

Ruqaiya Lokhand.

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16 thoughts on “‘Courage’ is the Anchor of all troubles!

  1. Really great article ruqs , its true slow and steady wins the race .:)
    Mustansir

  2. Thanks Mustan! 🙂
    Ruqaiya

  3. Wow Ruqaiya. Very inspiring and very crisply written! The moral is profound. Its great to read thoughts that are lofty and give a message.
    Maryam

  4. Thank you very much bhen! 🙂
    Love, Ruqaiya! 🙂

  5. Sarah Ezzi

    I agree with you from beginning till the end 🙂 :P.. I like your art of connecting different subjects under a single topic!

  6. Also, LOVE the look you’re giving your blog!
    Maryam

  7. Thank you again bhen! 🙂 Thanks Sarrah ! 😀 i know why you said that! 😛 😉
    Ruqaiya

  8. Everything of which I’m truly proud in my life was a struggle over a long period of time. Without courage and perseverance, not much would ever get done in this world.

    Your words are words more people need to hear.

  9. Thank you very much Lorna! 🙂
    And your advices ! 🙂
    Ruqaiya.

  10. Fatima Raziuddin

    As usual worth reading it and hoping i get the courage to overcome obstacles in my life and fight for my right to go home. Thanks girlie !!!! Enjoyed reading.

  11. very motivational and inspiring too………………the people who always think that they are best and always underestimate others they should read it and learn from this……well written

  12. thank you fatema bhen! 🙂 Thank u ibrahim once again! 🙂

  13. Alefiyah Rao

    wow, ruqx… this is amazing as i told u before!! an inspiring beginning with a motivating end!! well done. keep up the spirit!!!
    Alefiyah.

  14. thank you very much alif! 🙂
    Ruqaiya

  15. Rabab Dawson

    wow! its really inspiring! this is Amazing ruqx…loved it! 🙂
    Rabab

  16. thanks rabab..
    Ruqaiya..

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