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Easy versus Hard

Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur

by Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur

Bad is easy, Good is hard.
Losing is easy, Winning is hard.
Talking is easy, Listening is hard.
Watching TV is easy, Reading is hard.
Giving advice is easy, Taking advice is hard.

Flab is easy, Muscle is hard.
Stop is easy, Go is hard.
Dirty is easy, Clean is hard.
Take is easy, Give is hard.
Dream is easy, Think is hard.

Lying is easy, Truth is hard.
Sleeping is easy, Waking is hard.
Talking about God is easy, Pray to God is hard.
Holding a grudge is easy, Forgiving is hard.
Telling a secret is easy, Keeping a secret is hard.

Play is easy, Work is hard.
Falling is easy, Getting up is hard.
Spending is easy, Saving is hard.
Eating is easy, Dieting is hard.
Doubt is easy, Faith is hard.

Laughter is easy, Tears are hard.
Criticizing is easy, Taking criticism is hard.
Letting go is easy, Hanging on is hard.
Secret sin is easy, Confession is hard.
Pride is easy, Humility is hard.

Excusing oneself is easy, Excusing others is hard.
Borrowing is easy, Paying back is hard.
Argument is easy, Negotiation is hard.
Naughty is easy, Nice is hard.
Going along is easy, Walking alone is hard.

Dumb is easy, Smart is hard.
Cowardice is easy, Bravery is hard.
Messy is easy, Neat is hard.
War is easy, Peace is hard.
Sarcasm is easy, Sincerity is hard.

Growing weeds is easy, Growing flowers is hard.
Reaction is easy, Action is hard.
Can't do is easy, Can do is hard.
Feasting is easy, Fasting is hard.
Following is easy, Leading is hard.

Having a friend is easy, Being a friend is hard.
Dying is easy, Living is hard.

Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur has an association with the Baloch rights movement going back to the early 1970s. He can be contacted at