The hinge of all virtues!

I’m sure you know that everything stands with the help of something. Buildings stand with support of the pillars. A person does good work when he has a feeling of hope to bring a change. Like the window for example is virtue and its hinge is preserving because of which it stays firm in its place.

To achieve a goal where virtue exists you have to try. Obstacles lie in the way becoming a hindrance and you have to cross it with great difficulty. This is shown by a life of a farmer. The one, who has a very tight schedule and works regularly in order to complete his task, at first he bows the seeds in the ground and after months of taking care of the plants he gets its fruits. It is said that ‘Patience always bears its fruit’. Patience, hard work and strong faith go together. If the farmer would have stopped doing any of this he might not have got something productive out of it.

The farmer must also have gone through storms and floods but with a heart full of hope he lives it all. By seeing the farmer’s life it shows how in every good work you ought to have a strong faith about what you do.

While bringing a positive change in the society or any other department there will be many people who would be de-bugging. It is what people mostly do but if you give them that task they will not be able to do it. You always need to be bold and smart on hearing people’s comments, as some of them really are there just to help. Rudyard Kipling wrote a poem ‘If’. In which he says:

If you can keep your head when all about you 
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you; 
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, 
But make allowance for their doubting too; 
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, 
Or, being lied about, don’t deal in lies, 
Or, being hated, don’t give way to hating, 
And yet don’t look too good, nor talk too wise;

Only in a paragraph he tells that in order to attain something you need to make up your mind first, and then all you have to do is be at it! Do not let the problems or the back seat drivers make you change your mind. To complete it you have to keep trying continuously without a break. Have a clenched fist of hope and not leaving until the work is accomplished.

So, get-set and off you go with a chamber, full of hope and strong faith! And smile, as it makes the problems hush away! J

Ruqaiya Lokhand.

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19 thoughts on “The hinge of all virtues!

  1. very nicely expressed.!

  2. Thank you very much Maria! 🙂
    Ruqaiya

  3. Your master piece is a great motivator, a wonder how you create such pieces. Wish all the best.

  4. Thank you Janab for your support. Actually it’s a gift i do not own it. Im just blessed to have this gift of writing 🙂
    Thank you again! 🙂
    Ruqaiya

  5. ibrahim shabbir

    O bha!!!!!! gift of writing………. u have the quality of expressing emotions nicely which i like the most.. thats why i donot read marias writing nd i prefer to read yours!:-P

  6. Sarah Munawar

    Ruqaiya this is a wide topic and every one has a different perspective about how to live with ease. I liked your point of view!
    P.S. Such topics would strengthen you towards life!
    Keep it up! 🙂

  7. Rabab Dawson

    excellent,good job.wonderfully written.
    keep writing 🙂
    Rabab

  8. Very nice and thought provoking Ruqaiya!
    Keep writing!
    Maryam

  9. Thank you very much Bhen! Your comment is always awaited 🙂
    Ruqaiya.

  10. Wht a nice n different perspective
    i love the poem ‘if’
    Take care,
    Xeynab

  11. Thank you very much Xeynab bhen for sharing your opinion 🙂
    Ruqaiya

  12. Murtaza

    The art of delivery was intriguing

  13. Thank you very much! 🙂
    Ruqaiya

  14. zainab bhanpur

    it was nicely exspressed1

  15. Thank you! 🙂
    Ruqaiya.

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