I have come to realize that most often than not, we do more of complaining. The most comfortable and convenient thing to do, when we are going through life issues, is complain. When we lose loved ones, we complain. When we lose our jobs, we complain. When we go through rejection, we complain. When we seem to be encumbered, the easiest thing to do at those times my friends is to complain.
One of my discoveries about complaining is that it creates a negative atmosphere for bad situations to thrive. The more you talk about a bad situation, the more they are magnified. Sometimes we go so far that we even miss the path to the solution.
I have also realized that we complain to get sympathy. We try to make people believe it was not our fault that we are going through what we are going through. At some of those times, the people we complain to seem not to care. It really may not be that they do not want to show care, but they also have things they are dealing with. Not to sound mean, but just know that people do not owe you to care. So when you complain and it is as though no one cares, do not get distraught, just know they do not owe you to care.
When life throws darts and arrows at you, do not resort to complaining, just locate the bright side. I have emphasized on this series that the things we go through are not meant to destroy us (except we let them), but they are designed to make us better. One key to coming out better after the process is to look on the bright side. This helps you draw positive energy to go through the process. Rather than complain, look on the bright side.
Please share with others and let it bless them as it blessed you
and a happy new month to you!
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