“The world becomes a better place when people get busy doing what they love instead of complaining about what they hate.” Anonymous
Things looked so different yet peaceful; when I stopped! Stopped looking at the negative happenings; and started focusing on the good things (that was happening at the moment). “I was surprised to find out that my day and life had another side too!; which we ignore looking at most of the times- the better side! Because we busy our minds and thoughts complaining about the things- that is not working in our life…..be it as a wife, mother, friend or may be as an employee!”
Every day may be the same; but there is always something good about each day. When did we last realize the need to focus on the good side of our day? Once we tune our brain to the complaining mode; everything seems to be dissatisfying. Nothing works; and all efforts look meaningless. “It didn’t come as a surprise to me- rather more of a self-realization! I was feeling burdened by my day; grumbling, feeling frustrated, tired and exhausted. All I wanted was, to feel the beauty of my life again!” I decided,”I will stop going into the complaining mode; and will breathe life into my life story.”
Things changed once for all! Every day’s household chores got easy now (the same every day work). I had the same responsibilities; and the same amount to work to do, but more peacefully this time-because I had created some time for myself; to breathe and let my family breathe too!”
Realizing our responsibilities rather than comparing and complaining with make things simpler and appreciable in a family. We just need to understand- that we all are doing our part- someway or other. So everyone needs a little space inside the family. We get so busy worrying and making everyone tensed and unhappy (sometimes) that; we forget to live happiness and enjoy life! We are home makers; and the way we lead our life and the atmosphere within the house- will follow the life of every individual in the family.
“I guess; I took time to understand one simple rule of life; that if you don’t find peace, peace will never find you!”