Often we have seen around us people get frustrated on minor things, some people get frustrated because they did not get good marks in exams, some are get frustrated the way they are working, some are get frustrated because they feel they are not earning much, some are get frustrated because they are working same thing daily in the office etc, so we can imagine there are countless reasons for frustations.
What is the remedy that we always feel happy without any frustations?
The remedy which I believe personally and experiencing is:-
- Strong believe in Allah Almighty if we see closely around us we will come to notice that every thing is changing from day to night from birth to death, and from that experience we can conclude that not a single bit on this earth or universe is consistent except Allah Almighty.
- To avoid frustation always think about Allah Almighty, think how he made trees, mountains, river, planets, animals and the most important thing that he made was humans.
- Always say thank to Allah Almighty the life which he has blessed us is very precious the eyes, the ears, the nose etc, each part of human is precious.
- Always be thankfull to Allah Almighty for the thing which you have and keep patience for the thing which you do not have.
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Thanks By Shakeel J. Khan
A figure of speech in a word or phrase is substituted for another with which it’s closely associated; also, the rhetorical strategy of describing something indirectly by referring to things around it.
Directly addressing a nonexistent person or an inanimate object as though it were a living being. Example: “Oh, you stupid car, you never work when I need you to,” Bert sighed.
A simile is a figure of speech that compares two different things in an interesting way.
The main difference between a simile and metaphor is that a simile uses the words “like” or “as” to draw a comparison and a metaphor simply states the comparison without using “like” or “as”.