No. It’s just our way of thinking. It’s a psychological prospective. It’s just us pertaining to complaisance, peer pressure, trending out dues, brainwashing, critical decision making, forfeited responsibilities, hopelessness, lack of humane understanding and disagreeing to reality. Optimism is a must in this world of cruel minds. A warrior fights even if he gets his both arms cropped. A soldier fires even when he’s been shot. A man should stand up even when he’s been brought down. Hope is missing and faith is hidden when we think that life is hard.
Difficult is the life of a man who can’t see, but men who can see finds life worse. Why? Because blind men lift themselves up from the violent reality while visual men tend to see reality and give up. Difficult is the life of a deaf, but the life of a normal man with the ability to hear is worse. Deaf men can’t hear complaints but theirs only, tuned in men hear the world’s most painful cry. Difficult is the life of a man who can’t speak, but worse is the life of a man who can. For the yearns of the man who can’t speak are kept to himself causing him depression, but the ability to talk of a man is worse. Why? Because he clearly explains how he feels, but no one ever still can understand.
The truth about life is contemplating. Especially analyzing if life is really hard. It’s not. It’s just our relationship with other people is what is making it unfavorable. We unintentionally justify everything we feel towards one person rationing the world. One man is different from another. Every package has a mystery. Stop accusing people. Stop concluding right away. Big things come to those who wait. If you fail, don’t be ashamed, at least you tried. Stronger is the man who failed than the man who never tried.
Be optimistic. Be humane. Be a leader of prosperity, success, good and modern realization. Understand. Aspire. Motivate.