LESSONS IN PERSEVERANCE.


LESSONS IN PERSEVERANCE. 

Birds spend day after day weaving their nests; collecting building material, sometimes even bringing from distant places and when the nest is almost ready and prepared to lay eggs; actions of the weather or human beings or other animals destroy the nest which was built with so much care, effort and love.

       Under such circumstances what does the birds do? Do they stop and give up weaving nests. Not at all. Birds starts over and over again until the first eggs are laid in nest. Many times, just before chicks are born, an animal or   storm once again destroys the nest, but then with its precious contents, it hunts starting from zero.

     In spite of all that, birds never hushes or gives up, carries on singing and singing, and building and building and singing.

  Similarly human beings never to feel when the life, the work, the family, the friends are not what was dreamt of and should not be tired of starting over and over again the struggle of every day life, the betrayed trust, the failed dreams, the broken promises, the unreached goals. Even when life hurts, do not give up. Pray and put hopes in front and go forward. Do not worry even if  scarred in the process. Collect all bits and pieces of broken hopes and dreams and put all together to move forward still.

Does not matter how many obstacles have to over-come and do not loose courage. Be brave. Trust Almighty and keep on going with all faith in God.

Life is a constant challenge, but it is worth to accept it.

 

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