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Why and How to Stop Taking So Much In Your Life For Granted
In fact, usually we tend to count our misfortunes instead of counting our blessings. We take life for granted and forget to live our lives the way we should: with peace and contentment. Nothing lasts forever. And before our fleeting life takes away from us what we fail to appreciate, we need to change our mindsets. Instead of attaching ourselves to the thinking that we need to keep adding to our life, we need to embrace the mindset that what we already have is quite enough.
We fall madly in love with someone, but over time we begin to see more flaws in our beloved, than beauty. We awaken every morning with our lungs filled with fresh, clean air, a full 24 hours to live in a functioning body on an incredibly beautiful planet, but as we have done it so many times before, we assume it will happen again. Over time, waking up loses its novelty, and instead of feeling like a miracle it becomes a chore. We take it for granted. It is a tragic and seemingly never ending cycle.
Taking things for granted is my topic today, following some major inspiration from a relative of mine recently, let me explain…. The week before last, my brother and I visited our Uncle up up from us Southerners a least in the Midlands as he has been poorly following a cancer diagnosis. He happened to say something that really resonated with me. He is currently experiencing ongoing pain and discomfort due to his illness. This struck me. I have been doing my best to celebrate feeling normal since then, more so than usual.
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