Seven steps to inner peace and optimism.

Ever since I was a high school student, I had this urge to go through self-help and biography books. Initially, the idea was to understand how great people like Abraham Lincoln, Steve Jobs and Richard Branson rose from ashes and contributed in shaping the world we live in today. As life became more complex and real-world problems began to pour in, I found my interests shifting towards exploring solutions to depression and anxiety; which according to the World Health Organisation are faced by, over 300 million people around the world (I).

I have tried to list down some major steps and/or rules that one can follow in order to attain trinquality. These are the important aspects that I have comprehended from the work on self-help that I have had the pleasure to read so far. Following these steps (especially during events of great anxiety) can be a tedious task but the effect this shall have on your life is truly promising.

No matter how hard the past, you can always begin again – Buddha

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Have we been democratic? – Pakistan

Democracy is the natural order of governance. An order that is for the people – the main component of a state.
Pakistan has had its fair share of problems with democracy but that does not justify us loosing faith in this form of governance. With resolve and persistence, we can make democracy work for us. Continue reading Have we been democratic? – Pakistan

Can judiciary be religion-biased?

The Chief Justice of Pakistan; Justice Saqib Nisar gave a speech to commemorate the anniversary of the mournful 2016 attack in Quetta. While his speech was intended to boost the country’s moral, there was a remark which should be clarified in order to assure justice for all.   While discussing about Sir Syed’s two nations theory, the Chief Justice went on to say: “Sir Syed … Continue reading Can judiciary be religion-biased?

Happy independence day, neighbours!

15 August 2017 – India celebrates its seventieth independence day. The Republic of India came into being after the partition of the British-administered Subcontinent, in 1947. The Sub-continent was partitioned to form India and Pakistan; with an addition of Bangladesh in 1971. Being home to 1.2 billion people, India is the world’s largest democracy and a major stakeholder of South-Asia. While India and Pakistan have … Continue reading Happy independence day, neighbours!

Happy Independence Day Pakistan!

The 14th of August 2017, Pakistan turns seventy.  Ever since its creation in 1947, Pakistan has faced its fair share of issues. Ranging from military coups to natural disasters and the mournful fall of Dhaka, Pakistan has experienced it all! Pakistan never gave in to the devastating struggles it had to face. For every time darkness struck the country, it was followed by an era … Continue reading Happy Independence Day Pakistan!

Easiest way to repel worry: Stay busy!

Dale Carniege – Writer & Teacher of self-improvement (1888 – 1955)

(Dedicated to & motivated by the work of Dale Carniege on Self-Help)

While he was working for eighteen hours a day during the war, Winston Churchill was asked if he was worried about his great responsibilities. Churchill reportedly answered: “I’m too busy. I have no time for worry”. This is true, one of the most effective and cheapest ways to overcome worry is to get busy. This means that you divert your thinking into something productive and meaningful. Our everyday experiences illustrate that once our mind is diverted our worries begin to vanish. This does not mean that the problem/issue goes away; it is just that the feeling of worry disappears because the intensity of our thoughts about it decrease.   Continue reading “Easiest way to repel worry: Stay busy!”