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Savor of content

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Content. The sweet honey. According to me, the purpose of life should be happiness, peace, and content. But in today’s age, it’s being very difficult to be peaceful and contented.
At each and every step, we are getting disturbed. We always feel a lack of life. We never feel fulfilled. Everything hammers us for what we don’t have. So content seems to be an illusion in this modern mobile age.
In such dreariness, we can feel content, we can feel fulfilled. It’s certainly possible. When we look within, when we sublime within, it becomes reality. We just have to alter our thoughts and emotions to make it work. Think positive and feel positive, finally that leads us to act positively.
The positive attitude is the only way to feel content. When we list out what we have in life, we feel grateful. We feel fulfilled and contented for the blessings of God.
God has gifted me a beautiful life. He has created this wonderful world. He has not thrown me here. But he has brought me here. He has come wi…

The trouble tree

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At the end of a day of duties and hard work, it can be really hard to disconnect from the office and the stress so that we don’t take it into our homes with us at night. The last thing our families want to deal with is our stress from the day – they are excited to spend time with us having fun and enjoying one another. So how do we suddenly switch modes and leave it all behind when work is over? Our families deserve a happy “us” and that means we have to train ourselves to leave a hard day behind us and allow ourselves to focus on our families when we get home. I recently heard a story called “The Trouble Tree” that shared a great example of how we can make that happen. Here it is: The carpenter who was hired to help a man restore an old farmhouse had just finished his first day on the job. First of all, on his way to work he had a flat tire that cost him an hour’s worth of pay, then his electric saw broke, and after work, his old pickup truck refused to start. His new boss volunteered t…