40 Rules of Enlightenment · Poetry

Rule # 29 – Defining Destiny

Defining Destiny by Arsh

Rule# 29

Destiny doesn’t mean that your life has been strictly predetermined. Therefore, to leave everything to fate and to not actively contribute to the music of the universe is a sign of sheer ignorance.

-The Forty Rules of Love

As per their saying, “destiny is written” it’s not 100 percent correct. It’s not always written. And even if it’s written, we’ve the power of prayers that can shake the whole Earth, let alone changing the destiny. We define our destiny. We believe, we achieve. It’s not fair with your own soul to leave things on fate. Fate is defined but can be redefined. And those who’re ignorant will stay where they’re. It’s time to get up, voice out, and contribute, people!

 

And oh my beloved

Do not leave the things

On fate to define.

Say the spell

And pick the eraser,

Remove what you lost

and redefine the leisure

For there’s always

some hidden treasure

Behind sparkling rays;

Seek thy pleasure.

-Arsh Azim

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