I hope that what I’ve wrote is without a lot of mistakes but if a did make a mistake writing this, don’t hesitate to tell me ;).
People often don’t realise that they’ve got so much in they’re lives. That’s including myself by the way, just so you know that I’m not trying to be a know-it-all or something. They, or better saying, we, only look at what someone else has got, or what we think we need to be, or get, happy. But if we would change our perspective to what we’ve already got and what we could lose with a snap of our fingers, than we could see the beautifull things that are already there. With that, I mean simple, but really important things, like love and affection. A place you can call home or maybe even something simple like a smile you’ve gotten from a person you’ve seen outside.
Imagine you won’t get, or have, those simple things anymore, than you would be completely lost. Some people did lose some of those things and got really unhappy. In my opinion life is not about material things, however even I do agree they certainly do come in handy. Life is about those small things that are given to you, most of the times by someone else, someone who cares. Those things that are given to us, day by day, that’s making our lives worthy. Let us see things from another perspective, let us celebrate, be greatfull and thankfull about all we’ve got and are able to give.
It’s important what you get, but it is just as important to share and give. Let’s just give those small things to people around us because you never know what it might do or mean to someone. Maybe, with a simple smile, you could make someone’s day.
Let us no longer suffer from all the things we haven’t got. I hope that, with this, I’ve got you thinking. I don’t wan’t to use this as pointing a finger or an accusation or an epistel about how ungreatfull everyone is. It’s just an insight I wanted to share and I hope you see this at something that, you and me, can practise and get better at so that day by day our feeling about how truly blessed we are will grow. And for us to learn how we have the power to help others and that it doesn’t have to be a great gesture but that a smile or a small gesture is just as important.
Sorrow is something we can share so it will get smaller, happiness and love is something we can share so it will get bigger. I share because I care.