You see the things but ignore the fact that they exist!
You are busy spending Another day in Paradise! (Your paradise)
And so no time to check your surrounding!
I am talking about the thoughts of the public in general.
OK. Let us come to the image
- In the image above you can notice three thermos cool boxes of different sizes, supported by irregular-sized stone slabs.
- Also, an attempt was made to make a uniform surface on the top by arranging a few more wooden planks and an empty gunny sack (jute bag) acting as the bed.
- If you look closer, there is a local newspaper on the top, which gives a hint that the person is educated and wants to keep aware of things happening in this world.
- Also notice a broom on the floor indicating that the person is trying his best to keep clean surroundings.
- You may also observe, a stick on the left side of the image. I guess the stick is used to keep the stray animals at a distance.
Strangely You love to complain that these people are more of a nuisance, forgetting the fact that poverty is a reflection of society.
What did you derive from this description I have given?
I can’t tell on your behalf.
But my guess is as follows.
- This person is homeless.
- He is aware of the importance of cleanliness and hygiene.
- He is well-read.
- He tries to make the best use of the available things.
- He doesn’t care what you and I think of him.
- He knows his limitations.
- He knows how to get a sound sleep at the end of the day, which you & I lack!
- Finally- I think he is leading a contented life.
Everybody loves to complain.
Everybody is busy talking about deficiencies.
Everybody is busy lecturing that poverty is a burden on society etc.
But nobody is willing to take responsibility!
“Before you complain about your life, remember someone like you is battling it out with cancer on a hospital bed somewhere.
Someone like you has just lost his/her parents somewhere.
Someone like you roaming on the streets for that one little piece of anything edible.
Until death comes, live each day with gratitude for what you possess instead of complaining what you could have had” Soumyadeep Dey
Best possible suggestion
I am not joking-in other words I am serious.
“Go 24 hours without complaining (not even once).
Then watch how your life starts changing” Unknown
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