Happiness Is On The Other Side of Struggle

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Do you ever think how come people less fortunate are happier?

Do you ever think how come older people are a lot happier?

Do you ever think how come people from poor countries are happier?

Do you ever think how come people who are in positions of service, often immigrants seem a lot happier to serve?

It is because they know the struggle.

It is because they know what real hardship looks like.

It is because they know that gluten is not the main problem of the world, survival is.

I can go on and on and on.

I have been observing this type of thing and have been thinking a lot about how did our ancestors who did not have all the conveniences of today, manage to cope?

I think if you have been through real struggle and you know real struggle your view of the world is different. Often if you have gone through something big the small inconveniences of life seem mynute.

Today most of us are lucky to be able to choose your own struggle, tanks are not pulling up to your house to take your parents to prison for being good citizens, you are not standing in line for milk and bread for hours to feed your family…..

So what struggle/purpose do you want to choose? You can choose. It’s your choice.
Choose wisely!

 

 

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