He felt the surge of anxiety.
Why just he or she?
Let’s talk about me.
I feel anxious at every step of my life
At times even grass feels like knife.
Nobody ever knows about the voices in my head
Or about all the times I’ve cried myself to bed.
Nobody knows how I deal with my failures
No one can understand my fear lying below all layers.
But don’t we all face the same
The same old anxiety game.
The game that makes us want to quit on every step
Or it makes us feel like we’ve taken a misstep.
So how do we deal with it
What can we do to face it?
The answers lie in the question
Face it to make a balanced equation.
When we do what we fear the most
We can do everything from pillar to post.
Whether people trust us or don’t
Whether people don’t respect and still won’t.
We should focus on what we feel is right
Take the step, even if it’s hazy or you’re out of sight.
Anxiety isn’t evil or bad
Then why does it make us feel sad?
A little doubt is always good
Of all consequences we feel understood.
If what went wrong becomes a question
Go ahead in expression not in depression.