‘Be grateful for what you have’
IT SEEMS complaining of just about everything has become a trend.
How many of us kneel down every morning to thank God for giving us life, jobs, family, friends, food and a roof?
We are so obsessed with materialistic possessions and forget about our health.
Every time when l greet and ask my friends “ugrand or usharp?” the answer is always “No angikho grand”.
But are you not thankful for the good health you have?
We must feel advantaged, privileged and blessed that we have healthy and good lives and must therefore be appreciative.
I swear most of us kneel down only to pray asking about the things that we don’t have and once we receive and having our prayers answered, we abandon and forget to kneel down and say thanks.
Lets learn to be tolerant, appreciative, be grateful and say “thank you” for the precious things that we have and stop complaining about what we don’t have as we are all blessed with special talents that need to be unleashed.
Why complain when you have something to eat when some go to bed on empty stomachs? Why complain when you have a roof when some find solace under highway bridges as their shelter? Be grateful.
Half a loaf is better than none.