. . . means feeling good. These days it seems we’re stressed, tired, burned out or taxed. It’s (too) easy to complain, be dejected, or compare our situations—financial or otherwise—to others. Surely we have much to give gratitude for? Certainly the pros outweigh the cons?
Should we even consider the cons? Don’t they merely bring us down, make us blue? They’re not in our control, so why allow them to fret, disparage or anger us?
It can’t be that difficult to find the good—in fellow beings, family members, nine-to-five jobs, and everyday lives. We’re all God’s children. Why be so quick to judge or condemn others, or be envious of what “they” have and we don’t? Cynicism and negativity don’t make for a better frame of mind or self, so why waste energy being gloomy-glum?
Flip it around. Life is so very short. Don’t spend it in a negative flux. Relish every moment you have on this earth. And greet every challenge or obstacle for what it is: an opportunity.
Finding the good is all about feeling good. When you feel good, anything is possible, doable . . . and within reach.
Simplistic advice, yes. But sometimes simple makes so much sense.