Fooling Ourselves

Whatever happens, happens for good. Everything will be fine. Don’t worry, be happy. These are a few self consolatory ideas that are generally cooked up in timid minds. Yes, it’s essential to be consolatory with someone when they are down. However, it can be seen today that people who appear to be healthy and are doing okay in life, resort to believing that someone or something will take care of the situations in their life. Isn’t it a pure psychological process of escaping the existential reality?

Actually, just a little courage to face the nature of things can be attained by keeping a distance from entangling enticements. Then one won’t need to fool ourselves in consolatory false beliefs. Then one can say… Yes, am walking on the path of self-progress!

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