Discontent is a basic nature of human beings.
It is good in certain cases. Learning a skill, gaining knowledge or working towards perfection for example.
For relationships, expectations, material acquisitions or in our nature, however, it will always create unhappiness.
Everyone is blessed with a lot. Yet we sometimes remain to compare ourselves to others. To those who have more than us. To those who are better than us. It may be in outer looks, talents, materialistic things and so on.
It will always make us feel incomplete. It may lead to unnecessary jealousy, competitions or comparisons keeping us always scathed or angry from inside!
This may blind us from recognising, realising or accepting the blessings that come their way. The veil of greed would cloud our vision & thinking. Our unhappiness of not having something would thus close doors to the happiness that actually comes knocking our way.
We may speak unruly, behave rudely or simply close our eyes to the good that has come our way! By rejecting such opportunities or blessings, we end up turning them into a curse.
It goes the same for our relationships too. Many times we are taken care of, showered with love, appreciation. Why still chose to remain unsatisfied? Why find some or the other excuse for blaming others? Why chose to remain unhappy?
Always expecting more from the others but not looking at what we have won’t help us. When we start caring to reciprocate the love & care we are shown, we’ll start attracting more of it.
Let’s stop being unsatisfied. Let’s replace the poison in our speech with the sweetness in our attitude & behaviour.
Let’s earn our blessings by spreading love, care & happiness. Let’s start gaining knowledge & wisdom by working hard. Let’s help even others realise this path to happiness. Let’s bring a smile on our face & make it contagious.
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