Almost all of us worship, though, may not every day. Most of the parents wish to see their children worship (at least someone). Worshipping is inevitable for any person who does not want her/ his precious life to rest in futility. For many of us, worship brings happiness, makes our life joyful, stabilizes our mind, and at a higher level it lets us experience some invaluable aspects of spirituality. But, sometimes the question arises “is it obligatory to believe in worshipping? Is it that much valuable? Or “how can we manage time for worshipping in a totally hectic work schedule in a world where there is no time to drink properly?”
I have simple and effective answers for such ambiguous questions. One may feel my solutions far away from pragmatism. But, I am sure, applications of these words in the remaining part of this write-up will bear some fruit (at least to a few. By maintaining these, one can enjoy the same happiness which a true worshipper gets. You can take these as an alternative of worshipping to some extent.
Devout yourself in your work
Fulfill others’ wishes
Nurture your health
Help in counseling others
Written by Dhiraj Medhi
A Masters student in Linguistics and Endangered Languages, Dhiraj is fond of writing, singing and playing instruments. He wishes to create a positive atmosphere in the society through this writings and music.