Practicing Gratitude

“He is a wise man who does not grieve for the things which he has not, but rejoices for those which he has.”

– Epictetus

I know that you’ve thousands of pending cases against God. He didn’t make you beautiful, intelligent, and sexy. He didn’t give you a high I.Q. He didn’t gift you the most charming friends, relatives, and spouse.

Everything is unfair to you. I know, sweetheart. Your pain is genuine, and I agree that God is unjust when giving boons but who says anything in this universe is fair?

There are a thousand logics to feel sorry for yourself, but a single reason is sufficient to elevate your self-esteem.

Be grateful for the little things that you’ve done. The digital gadget in your hands and the eyes that are watching it isn’t that a miracle?

Who says you’ve less?

Take a deep breath and think about all the luxuries that you’ve. Feel the sun’s warmth in the morning and the coolness of the moon at night. Sit at the bank of a river or lake and witness the miracle of this Universe.

There are many things in life where God is unbiased, giving her unique gifts. The touch of the calm breeze on our faces is more loving than the touch of a woman.

Have you ever walked barefoot on natural grass or mud?

You can feel the Love of Nature.

Move your hands in the flowing water of a pond. Spare your fingers on beautiful flowers in your garden. You’ll witness the miracle of life.

Our great Mother is the supreme intelligence behind everything. She doesn’t leave anyone here on this planet to suffer. She gives us unique talents, but we forget her gifts and mercy.

She has given us everything that we need to survive on this planet. Our greed and fear stop us from realizing her love and affection.

We need more, but we don’t know why and that’s why we suffer. It’s not the fault of God and her angels that you lack something. It’s your creation.

With a poor mindset, you’ve created an inferior version of the Universe in your mind. Upgrade your brain and learn about the new thought process. You’ll witness a new world where there is abundance.

Irrespective of what you’ve got, no matter how small, be grateful for that, and more will come to you. That’s the law of Nature.

“It’s a funny thing about life; once you begin to take note of the things you are grateful for, you begin to lose sight of the things you lack.”

– Germany Kent

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