All We Need Is Balance

A heavy motor bike which weighs over 100 kgs can bear additional load of its riders of around 100 plus kgs on two tyres which do not weighing more than 20 kgs. The power of high pressure air takes care of weight. But you don’t feel this weight only when the bike is in motion. When it stands still, you need a lot of muscular energy to maneuver its mass. So then, what takes care of all the weight while the bike is in motion? It’s the balance! When balance is lost, you feel the weight. 

Don’t you think this same principle applies to life in general? After all, we humans are machines following the simple principles of science. We feel ‘burdened’ when we lose balance in our thoughts. When our mind is not going with the flow, we tend to ‘feel’ the stress. When the mind is stagnant, there is chaos. When it sails, there is peace. All we need is to let it remain in motion of joy. We must our thoughts pass through any situation slowly and swiftly. We need to let the machine do its job without being anxious of wear and tear. We must learn to enjoy the journey without constantly being under the phobia of accident, damage or wreck. We just have to be alert. Balance comes from being alert, from being aware. Apply breaks, change gears and move the handlebar in the direction of your chosen destination. But relax. As long as there is balance you will reach where you want to reach. 

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Author: anilkshatriyablog

I work as Assistant Professor in the area of Accounting at IMT Nagpur. I love teaching, writing and cycling. I follow a simple principle, 'Help ever, hurt never'.

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