Be Grateful for The Rain

“More smiling, less worrying. More compassion, less judgment. More blessed, less stressed. More love, less hate.”

― Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart

Many times, something happens that we hate. Suppose you’re going outside on a bike drive, and suddenly it starts raining, and you’re angry.

God doesn’t want me to be happy.” I can hear your complaint.

The truth is that rain has nothing to do with your work or happiness. It came for all. Children are enjoying the rain in your neighborhood, and you’re exploding emotions of frustration.

Calm down, my friend. There are a lot of indoor works waiting for your immediate attention. Instead of wasting your energy cursing the rain, be grateful that you got an excuse to complete all those pending tasks.

In day-to-day life, we run behind big rewards and forget the value of small efforts. You are watering the plants, cleaning the web of spiders on your ceiling, and washing your sink. These are small tasks, and it takes no big time to complete, but still, we ignore them because we’ve to run for work.

Remember, your first task is to take care of your home. Maintain the positive vibes of the home, and you’ll get quickly for the things you’re making significant efforts.

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