Whom are we scared of !

Stephen Hawking, one of the greatest physicists ever, is reported to have said that we live on a minor planet of a very average star located within the outer limits of one of a hundred thousand million galaxies. I have read this line in the book ‘ who will cry when you die’ by Robin Sharma. I was really moved by this thought.

In that world, we might live in a small country which narrows down a small city and then very small locality. In that, we know very less amount of people, even in that very small amount of people we see or talk to every day who can be counted as our friends or relatives. This is a very rough overview of one’s social circle. There is a very minimal possibility is their other person also consider you like this in their social circle.

Next time when you are worried about, what is this so-called society will say about anything you do, take a deep breath and ask yourself, how many people will come in that ‘society’ tag and how many people in that really matters to you or vice versa. I am sure you will get more clarity 🙂

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8 responses to “Whom are we scared of !

  1. photosociology

    Such a powerful post. I know I get so bogged down by believing so much is significantly, when in actuality it isn’t.

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  2. Perspective is all you ever have. Use it wisely.

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  3. We need to have a bias base on not defending other’s bias.

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  4. So damn true….look at the bigger picture and the small vanity fades away

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