The Most Common Complaints:
It’s saying, “I have nothing to wear,” and remembering there are people with no coat when it snows, or shoes when it’s cold.
It’s complaining about having to go to work, then thinking about someone who lost their job that day.
It’s having the inconvenience of stopping for gas when you’re busy, and passing someone who walks everywhere, every day.
It’s not being able to wake up for school in the morning, then turning on the news and seeing the faces of children who never had the opportunity to be educated.
It’s complaining about the way you look, or a pimple on your face, and then meeting someone who lost their legs in war.
It’s the everyday complaints we have that hold our blessings in disguise, the gems of life and things we commonly overlook. So be thankful for your t-shirt, your old pair of shoes; the pile of work on your desk, and the need to monitor gas prices; be thankful for your 7:45 class, and the ability to use your hands to get ready each day. The little things are the gifts in life, commonly overlooked.