Miracle of the handicapped

Our world doesn’t give every thing we wish for ourselves. Indeed, obstacles and cares are almost always there. Paying attention to one’s sincerity should provide a clue to the answer of this suffering. In other words, it’s as worthwhile to look for sentiments as for physical work. Bearing in mind that every person is somehow handicapped makes sincerity again a wish for every fairly doer. Consequently, the outcome of every effort is almost a generous reward for one’s good sentiments.

Why shouldn’t we shed tears if this would refine our feelings and enrich our spiritual recources? True tear shedding may be a promise of fulfilling a word and satisfying a feeling of necessity. For those passionate persons it means hope, love and achievement. Of course, one is not all the time willing or ready to weep, but this action requires certain prerequisites among which are physical fitness and self perception. In my opinion, a healthy and lucky person would need to shed tears even once monthly. In this context, weeping or tearing is a means of self renewal and emotional ventilation. Besides weeping, there are self criticism and nullification, cheerfulness and team-work adoption as a means to empower one’s capabilities.

Such philosophical analysis of man’s natural handicap may encourage a rather romantic life style and raise passion over prosperity. Meanwhile, we should recognize that passion is a supporter of all high values like fairness and productivity. This would be a passionate person in a right sense. Sometimes, sincerity does stand helpless when a general envision is damping, while instant physical impulses predominate the scene. This is quite a pit that would soon vanish at the first shine of light by virtue of the good intention and passionate behavior. This is a proof of the moral-physical interplay in our lives and that sincerity is the only hope for man to progress and advance.

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