The Worst Fear

If you are reading this that means you are one of those luckiest one alive and kicking. I always felt I was being prepared to overcome the worst fear. Much before the pandemic period, even before the year 2020 could start, I was always faced with life’s most critical insecurities which was not having a permanent job and financial instabilities arising due to such unforeseen events. But in spite of all the odds, I managed to pickup the pace by grabbing to opportunities that God send my way and ran along the track to pick up with the pace that I had lost. The most crucial part of the race was having a family as well with you in this who was fully dependent on you during these times and it was a crucial moment to confront them and give them hope that we shall be back on feet. Said that moments came when I could come back on my feet from a shortfall and this gave me the patience and confidence that we can bounce back from a fall. These where life’s insecurities used to happen much earlier to 2020 and happened couple of times such that we became shock resistant to any outcomes. This is a reality of life, the more you face the worst fears the more you become resistant to those fears and you learn to keep calm in spite the odds. The lessons we learned was hope and confidence to fight back from the fall that kept us going ahead in life and never to lose faith.

Starting 2020 I was financially hit much harder than the previous years, lost income for a longer time and larger financial instabilities rose again but what I learned and earned in my previous years gave me the strength and hope to withstand the worst storm that I could ever imagine. The worry of health and wealth was both crucial during these times but God gave us the health to be mentally and physically prepared. Learning to live the most simplest way, learning to better manage every penny you own, living a healthy and happy life within yourself and your loved one’s was the biggest learning objective this pandemic had to offer. I believe if these where the worst of all times and if we have overcome this and come out of this alive and victorious, thank God in keeping you prepared for tomorrow.

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