Before the day ended, I was able to reflect upon the recent successes and failures I had in my life… and then I worried. We know we tend to worry about our our current situation in this modern world at times. Whether it be our family, career, business, finances and what-have-you.
We may tend to worry much about the future. We might let scarcity get in our way of thinking and make us unwise decisions. One thing I’d say to you: don’t be. I came to this conclusion on our way to a party with friends (Oh, these stretch Lincoln limousine we rode on was perfect!).
If we have something, we must be happy that we have it, we must give it importance because not everyone is given the chance to have what we have now. There are important things in life that make us happy and it differs in each and everyone of us.
Count your blessings! do believe that we are blessed and we are very fortunate if we have something, and that this is because of the level of being fortunate that we should feel the value of things and feel gratitude among ourselves, because gratitude is the one which brings in good vibes to us. It makes us feel happy and it keeps us motivated to go through life.
Valuing the resources that we have is also one way of saying to yourself that you are happy with what you have now, and that you would surely be doing good because of the your resources, because you’ve worked hard for it, you spent energy and time doing it, and now that you have these resources, you then reap what has been sown.
I do think that gratitude (like what this video I just watch points out) plays a very important role in the valuing process because when you have gratitude, you become thankful, you become the person who is willing to look at what he or she have now and gives himself or herself a break, a reward of some sort, because you value your hard work, as well as your resources.
Valuing your resources, your things, is also one way of saying that you care for it, and that you also care for your own life. You do not just treat your things as garbage, because you love it, and you know that this is yours, so why would you treat your things as garbage?