Living in today’s world has quite a big effect on our lives, It’s a competitive world and people always strive for more. We got used to competing from a young age that sometimes we forget to notice how amazing is what we have, and instead we look around at what others have. Even though what we have is EXACTLY what we asked for, there seems to always be place for doubts, we ask “Could it get better?” instead of asking “How can I make the best of what I have?”
Appreciating what you have and making the best of it is one of the hardest tasks to human kind. Look around, most people are unhappy for one reason or another.
Unfortunately sometimes appreciation comes with a very heavy cost!
When we lose what we had.
It’s as if we have a big board with empty spaces in them. Where certain things (In my case people) fill a specific number of spaces, The worst thing I ever did was look at the spaces that person didn’t fill instead of looking at how many spaces they actually did.
When what we had doesn’t exist anymore, ALL the spaces are emptied. Which makes you realize how amazing that person was to you and how hard it would be to make it any better.
You empty all the spaces that are filled when you lose that person instead of focusing on “What can actually be done to fill the very few spaces that they didn’t fill” – When it sometimes, the reflection of your own actions is what stopping them from filling those spaces.
Lessons can be very painful sometimes,
The wise are the ones who do not forget them.
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