Orientations of life and their consequences
There are two types of orientations in life. One is love, the other is fear. Fear-oriented life is an insane life; where one lives by other people’s expectations. We are not able to step outside of our comfort zone. We fear and panic by sudden changes, we can’t take risks; we can’t hear the whispers of our heart and soul or act on them. We fear that someone will rob us; someone will take our position, job, land, and money. We fear from every situation where possibility may exist.
We fear if we were blown in a bomb blast. If our reputation was damaged, if identity theft may happen, if someone will overtake our project, someone may publish our work on their name. If police encounter us without any reason, if someone may hurt us or our family. If someone destroys our property. Fears never stop; they will go on this way again and again. Fear-oriented life is not less than a hell. Life, like this, is like robots which work and live by others expectations.
While love oriented life is a life worth living. So “what if” attitude destroys all fears and frees us from limits of our own minds. It gives us the freedom to choose our destiny. It inspires us to live our life now; it is no more concerned about the future or past. It no more handles melodrama of victimization. It is no more interested in self-pity, maligning and factitious idealization. It only believes on here and now.
Call to action
People living in love oriented lives are the people who know how to live fully and how to accept even death without regrets. Whatever comes to you, don’t run from it. Don’t fear and panic. Love it, run towards it, go after it, chase it and hunt it. If you are destined to be hunted, laugh with courage over it and let your death to chase you for long and die with life satisfaction.
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