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Have you meet with a man that make a complaining every day even He get a thing, money or job more than you, I have Found some people like that . Do they realize how much time they waste complaining about what they don’t have versus rejoicing about the things they do have? Do they notice how tired become when we are around someone who complains all the time?
Research has shown how negativity can be so draining and how positive energy helps to revive your spirit. Just imagine having the spirit of the holidays and the essence of gratitude and being thankful all year round. It all begins with you. Take your own accounting — not of your bank account, but your life account.
The art of life accounting and tracking the blessings in your life is the start of your “being thankful with no time to complain” model.
Next, the art of giving of yourself to others through service and support provides more positive and productive reinforcement. Just volunteering for a photo opportunity or because it is the holiday season is not enough.
We are all given talents and gifts that we too often take for granted and are only loaned to us to benefit others. It is time to “give back” and to share those blessings and to live the example that you expect others to follow. And teach that to your children.
Years ago, a dear friend was paralyzed in a car accident and his outlook on life left an impression on me. I was thankful for the things that he was still able to do and he was not one to complain, because you could see how big his heart was and his giving spirit.
His gifts to the world were still limitless and I treasured his friendship and that spirit. It just reminds one of the saying about not complaining when you have no shoes when you see someone who has no feet. Some people have shoes that they do not even use that someone else could be wearing.
This season should not be any different from any other day because everyday is a holiday and a time for giving and being thankful. The time we take to complain should be replaced with giving thanks for all the blessings that we take lightly and all the people who have been a positive part of that experience and giving back – and that does not always have to be monetarily.
Hard times are not new, but how we deal with them by digging further into debt as a means to escape and compensate is not the answer.
When the fame and fortune are gone, the faith and fortitude to maintain that spirit of gratitude is what will make the difference. We need to teach our children by first living the example of being a gracious giver based upon those basic, internal gifts that make the playing field level.
Visit a nursing home, bake cookies for new neighbors, plant flowers in the neighborhood, smile at a sales clerk, make someone laugh, or write a letter to thank a veteran – just make a difference. It will come back to you.
Gratitude is an interpersonal, lifelong attitude that encourages sharing one’s blessings and not a promotional, seasonal theme focused on being expensive gifts. Look at The Picture Above , That’s my brother He is Humble, never make a complain He can enjoy make a posting or blogwalking sit in a broken Chair and without enough light, think about that