I KNOW, BUT YOU DON’T KNOW. WHY? AND HOW?

This is something you know well. You come across it almost every blessed day. This is something that has become so common to you and simple like a rag, that sometimes, it makes no meaning to you. Yes, sometimes, it makes no meaning to you.

Every night, before you go to sleep, remember that many started that day with you but were unable to see the end of it. If they tell you their conditions, you will mourn for them. They started the day full and complete, but the end was nothing to write home about.

Every morning, before you beginning your day, remember that many went to bed like you, with all their plans for the next day, which were better than yours maybe, but were unable to see the next morning. ALL their plans for that day have gone to oblivion.

Every day, learn to appreciate the life you have. Before you can do anything here on earth, you must have the breath of life. Life is the first and the only thing we should always pray for. For only the living has hope for the next second. For you to appreciate your life, visit a dead person or attend a funeral. For you to appreciate your health, pay a visit to a hospital nearby to you, for you to appreciate the little food you have, visit a refugee camp. Your condition is not the worst of all. Always find a reason to keep your mind at peace, for only a peaceful mind can do great things. Let your anger be a justified one that will propel you to do greater things and put things in order in your life.

THANKS FOR READING, HOPE TO SEE YOU HERE AGAIN NEXT TIME.

GOOD NIGHT!!!! SWEET DREAMS TO YOU!!!!!

Published by Chinedu ikechukwu

A writer, a teacher and a comedian.

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