FEAR IS MORE DANGEROUS THAN ANY INFECTION

DARK CLOUDS OF FEARS WILL EVAPORATE IN THIN AIR WITH DETERMINED MINND

FEAR IS MORE DANGEROUS THAN ANY INFECTION

When encircled by fears and confusions
We’ve to seek way out to come out of these confusions
And find solutions
Otherwise specter of fear will continuously remain haunting
And we’ll remain surrounded with fears threatening
Keep in mind, when we are filled with apprehension
On anticipation of any uncertain situation
We continue doubting our effectiveness
To handle every ominous circumstances
Because of existing concerns
Bedeviling our own forward movement
Then bizarre questions arise in our mind
Filling us with still more disappointments
And fail taking any step forward
Thus retarding our further growth
Thus we are bereft of any self-assurance
Or modicum of self-confidence
Fear is enemy number one of humanity
It may be the fear of infection or any worry
Created by Novel Coronavirus
Bear in mind having fear is more dangerous
Than fighting the fears with a sense of direction
In this way we’ll be able to be successful in fighting anything including Covid-19 pandemic infection.

Truth is, those who have determined mindset win ultimately
Since winning and losing originate from our mind only.

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Harbans

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16 thoughts on “FEAR IS MORE DANGEROUS THAN ANY INFECTION”

    1. Thanks a lot for appraising the poem and giving your comments.Yes, our mind, if in our control could work wonders but when it is not in our control then we go awry at every step.

  1. Good morning and thank you very much for this nice article, my dear spiritual friend across the oceans. Even though we are terrified by the consequences of this terrible pandemic (started by the maladroit supervision of the Chinese authorities of those barbaric “wet markets”, let us not forget) we should steel our resolve to continue living with grace and faith with our loved ones. If we stop doing the minimal tasks that characterize us “feeling and thinking” human beings, we will become robots that react only to mechanical stimuli. Sadly, this plague will still decimate our fellow citizens and paralyze vast sectors of our economies for many months to come; we have to quickly adapt and re-adjust our daily routines to avoid infection while we carry out our humanely-minded tasks. A big hug.
    Arrivederci.

    1. GOOD MORNING DR. SAHIB.

      Really a since a long time I did not hear from you. I did not want to distract you from your professional duties.

      Now that our lives have been affected by this hideous virus but one thing should stand out, we all have to adjust in the changed environs, may be for a considerable period of time – lets see what future brings for us all.

      It was just a whiff of fresh air after I observed your commentary.

      I pray for your and your family’s wellness.

      WITH WARM REGARD AND HUGS

      HARBANS

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