Stress, Loneliness And Other Serial Killers Today

Stress, Loneliness And Other Serial Killers Today
Stress levels are on the rise. The planet's biggest killer is roaming the streets of every country in the world and latching onto human beings as they pass by.

Most of mankind is stressed out, frustrated, angry and worn out in the modern world.

The pressures of life are taking a heavy toll on the tender hearts of the Millennial generation.

Elders and kids also face the same burdens.

Little things tend to make people angry these days...

Small issues turn into big problems, tiny difficulties change to massive worries, and the entire world is being caught in a web of heavy stress and frustration.

People have forgotten how to smile, most youngsters lose control far too easily, loneliness affects children too, and elders don't have anyone to talk to.

Stress is a silent killer which seems like it's here to stay forever.

Kids who loved the outdoors are found spending most of their free time indoors.

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Teens spend time on their smartphones and computers rather than meeting up outside with their friends.

Working people are so stressed and worn out by the time they finish their work that all they can do is lay on their couch and watch TV or while away their leisure time on their desktop computers and laptops.

The world is a lonely and stressful place to live in and sound solutions for these problems don't seem to be showing itself when we need them the most.

Families are so stressed out that they tend to argue and fight even while they are on vacation.

Dinner time is conflict time and family members fight over little things instead of happily enjoying their meals.

Friends argue and get angry over tiny things that are said about them, and we often mock, bully and insult our own friends since we are so stressed out and worried inside.

Stress, loneliness and boredom are the biggest serial killers on the face of the earth and no one seems to care too much about catching these culprits and wiping them out before mankind itself is in danger of living a happy life.

Perhaps the time has come for us to bring these pressing problems to an end by promising ourselves that we will spend more time on relaxation and meditation from today.

Meditation is God's own way to help us feel relaxed and calm throughout the day.

Spend around 20 odd minutes in meditation each morning and another 30 minutes during the evenings and you will find that your stress levels have started to fall down quickly as each day goes by.

Use my little guide to the basic meditation techniques shared inside the classic post 'Happy Meditation Day'. It will help YOU.

Do whatever makes you happy and spend quality time relaxing in the presence of people you love.

Vow never to argue or fight, instead promise that you will enjoy the present moments as much as you can.

Life's too short my dear reader...

You never know when the lonely devil will come out from his (or her) hiding place and fire bullets into your head.

Life is fragile and should best be lived enjoying each day as if it were the last day of your life.

You never know when the angel from the sky will pull you up into the heavens.

Don't live your life idling away in stress, worry and loneliness.

There is still enough time to mend your ways and change your attitude.

Life always gives you a second chance but don't count on it!

Many youngsters die because of massive heart attacks while many of them take their own lives away.

Don't let the fire keep burning, rush and find the water to put the flames out before you are the one that burns and turns to ashes.

You can change your stars by meditating, relaxing and being much more happier from now on.

Today is the first day of the best part of your life. Now move forth and do the right thing....

Follow what's shared inside the Life Tips section on Osovo...

And do what's right for you, things will magically get better, and life shall be beautiful once more.

Savio DSilva
Savio DSilva
Audio Book Creator. Life Coach. Soft Skills Trainer. Counselor.
Meditation Practitioner. Food Technologist. Frugal Marketer.

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