In our day to day life, we must have heard so many good things and bad things. We often deeply think about good things and feel jealousy as it didn’t happen to us.

But, what about the bad things?
Are we feeling jealous that didn’t happen to us?
Are we feeling pity about that and praying for everything good to have happened?
But only 10% of the people think that we are gifted and start leading life in a happier way and to be satisfied with what we have.

Few incidents we would have heard, it happens every single day; we fight with these situations and circumstances we think we can control, but we really can’t.

a young man who had his life turned upside down by cancer
a young woman, and mother of two, who lost her husband to death at 27
a hard-working employee who lost her job when her employer of 25 years filed for bankruptcy
and many, many more people just like them.

So what can we do?

The only choice we have,

In the game of life, we all receive a unique set of unexpected limitations and variables in the field of play. The question is: How will you respond to the hand you’ve been dealt? You can either focus on the lack thereof or empower yourself to play the game sensibly and resourcefully, making the very best of every outcome as it arises, even when it’s heartbreaking and hard to accept.

Don’t take your life for granted. Don’t complain about the little things, however hard it may be. If you feel like everything is against you - think about the stories we hear and see every day. People die because of accidents; many people don’t have the next meal to eat.

When there is a problem, always realize there are people suffering more than we and problems always take us to a higher level.

When the age increases, the problems increase and it matters how well you deal with the crisis. Experience comes from facing everything.

#Learn to adjust with the word “Enough”