Less complaints, more gratitude
Some people are born with physical deformities, but they don’t complain. Some are born with diseases that will let them live for a short span of time, but still choose to be happy. Some are born and are abandoned early in their lives, but they are still thankful. If you are born without any disabilities or difficulties, you are lucky enough to live a normal life.
Karin van Wyk, a visually impaired student, manages to be counted as one of the top achievers of Pioneer School in Worcester. Van Wyk has been blind ever since she was born due to a condition that affected her retinas. She was very thankful to her parents and her school for their immense support to her despite her special needs. Van Wyk added that she’s thankful to Pioneer School as they have even made extra classes for her to keep up. She sets a perfect example of focusing on what you can do instead of complaining on what you ‘can’t’ do.
See the positive side of things. Try waking up in the morning thinking happy thoughts. End your day without wrath; remember, hundreds of people around the world lives a more miserable life compared to you. You may not experience the kind of life that they have, but you should be thankful that you are in a better state. Appreciate what you have rather than complaining on what you don’t have.