The ‘What-If’ Syndrome…

I had written on the ‘I-am-No-Good Syndrome’ some time back and most of you could relate to it.

How about the ‘what if’ sydrome?

Ever heard of it?

The causes?

The remedy?

Think about it..

Most of our life we worry about:

What if this happened,  
What if that happened… 
What if she says no… 
What if I say yes…
What if I say this? Will I loose my job?
Will he leave me if I say it to his face?

And this is how, we spend our hours, days, weeks, months, years and practically our whole life…
Worrying about almost EVERYTHING!

This quote by Mark Twain says it all

“I have known a great many
troubles, but most of them never happened!”

So, wake up!

This is YOUR your life! Don’t spend it worrying…

So live it up!

Just think about the worst case scenario….Have the courage to face it, accept it and JUST DO IT!

Ever wondered why children are always happy?
Because they have no ‘imaginary’ worries of tomorrow.

Dare to dream…

Follow your passion…

Have a outstanding life!

Nuruddin Abjani

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  • Nizar

    AGREED! You reciprocated and now You made my day! =)

    • Thanks Nizar!
      Keep inspiring…Keep motivating!
      God bless you, always.

  • Nuruddin Abjani

    Thanks Sahib and Malik.

    I guess I'll have to write about facing our fears soon…
    Till then,Robin Sharma's following quote will help:
    ""What you resist will persist; what you befriend, you will transcend."

    Have an extraordinary life…


  • Malik Mirza

    Nice one Nuruddin sb – really thought provoking but I would like to second Tabish: Easier said than done. Once a thought strikes, a seies of thoughts follow…….


  • sahibkarimkhan

    Good though Nuruddin.
    It's always a pleasure reading your blogs 🙂


  • Nuruddin Abjani

    Thanks for the comments, Tabish.

    In fact it IS much easier than it sounds.

    Good point, will try and write about facing fears.

    Have an extraordinary life.


  • Tabish Bhimani

    Easier said than done. You must write a post on how to face fears. IT would be a wonderful follow up!