YAISR PIRZADA’S URDU COLUMN FOR DISAPPOINTED PERSONS

YAISR PIRZADA’S URDU COLUMN FOR DISAPPOINTED PERSONS

YASIR PIRZADA’S URDU COLUMN ZARA HAT KAY

Yasir Pirzada is the son of famous Urdu columnist Atta ul Haq Qasmi. He is a talented bureaucrat and a emerging Urdu columnist. Yasir Pirzada writes Urru columns in daily Jang. Today he wrote a wonderful Urdu column, which impressed me a lot. So we are sharing the Yasir Pirzada’s column in Urdu and its main theme in English with you. He conveyed a simple but universal message through his column Zara Hat Kay.

The main idea of Yasir Pirzad’s column revolves around the fact that every human being has joys and sorrows in life and no one can claim that his life is perfect and ideal. So we should not lose hope in any situation. He gave a simple but impressive example of debit and credit. According to him no chartered accountant of the world can make a balance sheet which contains just assets and no liabilities. It is impossible. Then how we can expect from the Master of the world that he could make a balance sheet which both sides are not equal. If a man is rich then he must have some other family problem.

Our world is not bed of roses  for any one. Every one is struggling and still lacking something. No one is the ultimate achiever in this world. So if you are disappointed with any thing in your life than don’t think that its just you who is suffering. If you think that some in is more successful than you and you are the most unlucky person under the sky then please telly your balance sheet with that person. You may feel that your balance sheet is more costly than his. We have been sent in this world for trial and every one is under trail and its just our misunderstanding that we are in trouble and other people are enjoying life.

We people compare our liabilities with the assets of other which is a wrong approach as we should compare our liabilities with the liabilities of other people. Those people who are interested in this topic should read the books of Haroon Yahya.  Its a very simple philosophy but we people ignore it deliberately to prove ourselves, victim of nature and harsh circumstances. Its a wrong attitude and being Muslim we people have no right to be disappointed. I totally agree with Yasir Pirzada. Stay in touch with your favorite website and face book page for best collection of Urdu columns.

YAISR PIRZADA’S URDU COLUMN FOR DISAPPOINTED PERSONS

YAISR PIRZADA'S URDU COLUMN FOR DISAPPOINTED PERSONS