Savings Bring Happiness

I read somewhere that waste is the original sin. To my perspective; anything which is given as a blessing, as a trust should be handled with care. Mishandling it or abusing it is actually a sin. Letís take some examples; not doing the right thing at the right moment is wasting of the time; a sin. Imagine a nurse who fails to give medicine at proper time just because he was busy somewhere else. The right time demanded some right action; failing to do that action can lead to consequences which could be hazardous for both; the patient and the nurse. Wasting money on accessories rather than on necessities and ending up either with shortage of money or bank loans.

Any useful thing which is wasted will bring some sort of trouble to your life as well. If however we remain careful, observant and dutiful to our responsibilities, there will be more chances that we will be doing the right thing at the right time and thereby avoiding any Ďsiní. Therefore, learn to save and avoid wasting precious commodities because the habit of wasting can deplete resources much quickly than one can imagine. And if all our resources end, how can we expect to manage and cope up with tough times in life?

What can be more good example of savings bringing happiness than Aesop's fable of "The ant and grasshopper" where ants save the food for upcoming harsh winters and grasshopper just lives for the present. In the end grasshopper starves to death because of lack of food while ants survive only because they had saved enough food when ample was available to them.

Written By Dr. Muhammad Wasif Haq, Islamabad, Pakistan.


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