Published On: Thu, Mar 24th, 2016

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Oliver Cromwell was an English military and political leader. One of his officer had a habit of becoming anxious and worried even on small things. On any issue, which could have otherwise been dealt with patience and composure, he would lose his calm and start walking to and fro in his room. His aide, who was aware of this habit of his master, approached him one day and said, “Master, is it not true that before you were born, the Lord ran this world?”

The Officer: Certainly!

The Aide: Sir, do you believe that the Lord will also run it after you have left?”

The Officer: Indeed yes!

The Aide: Then, why, instead of worrying, you do not let the Lord run it while you are in it?

The words of the aide did help the officer to overcome his habit of worrying to same extent. Here, if we ponder, then, undoubtedly such tenets prove to be helpful at some moments in our lives. However, it is also a tried and tested fact that when difficulties and challenges pounce on us, then, in the real face of the situation, such advice tend to lose their significance. And, we are again dragged to the pool of worries and anxiety. So, is there any resort? Yes! There is! The real resort lies not in a hypothetical belief that yes God is there to take care; rather, it lies in a practical realization of His existence 24X7 “with us” and “within us”!

Think Divine Once, aims at propagating this massage to mankind, through a variety of write-ups, encompassing proofs, logics, and evidences from the texts of wisdom in this regard. You too avail this supreme opportunity and make your lives free of stress and worries, brimming with peace and bliss.

“Troubles are like a washing machines;

They twist, turn and knock us around;

But in the end we come out brighter than before”.

 

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