“What If?” A Societal Barrier

“We need to make sure that we’re all working together to change the mindsets, to change attitudes and to fight against the bad habits that we have as a society.”
(Justin Trudeau)

Everyone in this world has a common “What If?” factor along with him. Sometimes this notion remains a question mark on our existence. A person always remains conscious about his society, he spends his whole life in accordance with this so-called God damned society and castigates his own wishes, dreams, aims, and desires. Whereas one must do what he wants to.

“I say what I want to say and do what I want to do. There’s no in between. People will either love you for it or hate you for it.”
(Eminem)

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Most of the people never go with the option ‘a road not taken’ because of fear and angst on their social acceptance. Then again, this question arises that “What If?” I’ve taken that option which others don’t, maybe I won’t be here where I’m today.

“What If?” and “Maybe” are interrelated terms, whenever there’s a “What If?” surely a “Maybe” also resides there.

“Be stupid be dumb, be funny if that’s who you are. Don’t try to be someone that society wants you to be; that’s stupid. So be yourself.”
(Christina Grimmie)

God has never created anything aimlessly. So, as we all are the creation of God Almighty, we are born with an innate ability, everyone possesses his or her own unique aim. There is just a need to discover your good and explore themselves to achieve it in a very devoted manner. For this person must break the barrier of “What If?” factor first and live his life according to his own will and secondly change the relative term “Maybe” into “Should be”.

“There is nothing impossible in this world, whereas the word ‘Impossible’ itself says that I’m Possible”
(Audrey Hepburn) 

Written By: Ghumama Amjad

 

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46 Responses

  1. Eman says:

    Good effort… Keep it up!!

  2. Ghumama says:

    Thanks alot.

  3. Zuha says:

    Really brilliant work.
    Keep it up.

  4. Neha Awan says:

    Well done keep it Up

  5. Abou Bakar says:

    These lines ‘Most of the people never go with the option ‘a road not taken’ because of fear and angst on their social acceptance. Then again, this question arises that “What If?” I’ve taken that option which others don’t, maybe I won’t be here where I’m today.’
    Just awesome and mind blowing.

  6. Hira Rai says:

    Bestest..keep it up!

  7. Ayesha says:

    Good job keep it up !

  8. Dr. Islam says:

    Nice one!! Touched the topic needs to be discussed. Self discovery probably would be the first step to ‘road not taken’.

  9. Daud Ahmad Khan says:

    What a profound and inspiring message it was amazing just got motivation from this to be who you are with all your vulnerabilities Immense work Keep it up

  10. Maria says:

    Good job ghumama hats off

  11. Kainat Imdad says:

    Great initiative..

  12. MUSA Mehran Ahmed says:

    you impressed me. keep it up larki

  13. Ashna Asim says:

    Superb Ghumama! Loved it

  14. Muhammad Saim says:

    A heart touching article ! It reflects the dark shadows of our society ! We should try harder to break those barriers which our society impose on us for no reason ! What if is the major factor which force us to follow these norms and values on the cost of our dream .!! I

  15. Aqsa Sheikh says:

    Splendid work. Keep it Ghumama.
    Waiting for the next one.

  16. Ansa says:

    Great work…

  17. Mohi Ud Din says:

    Undoubtedly very inspiring and motivational, keep it up..!

  18. Yasir Mahmood says:

    You made it girl…. Really an impressive one… Keep it up…

  19. Rabia says:

    It’s soo amazingg.

  20. Hajra says:

    Very nice
    This is what we actually need to tell people about

  21. Saher says:

    More power to you.

  22. wassam birla says:

    very Nice keep it!!

  23. Ghumama says:

    Thanks bro

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