You know someone.
You know someone who is always miserable.
They complain about life, work, their spouses, their children, or lack thereof.
They come across as never being satisfied.
An ungrateful person will turn any situation into an opportunity to play victim.
They are conniving, but come off as sweet and helpless.
No need in wasting time with these ones.
Their lives suck because they don’t know how to look at their situation as opportunities to do better.
They cannot get out of their place of lack, and imagine that each failure is a step towards their goals.
They don’t think that someone is doing much worse than they are.
They cannot imagine their situation can be worst.
We’ve probably all been there. I sure have. I’ve been the ingrate.
Misery is linked to being in a space of ungratefulness.
If this is you, change your attitude.
Know that counting your “bliss” will help your chakra ascend.
Go to that place of peace.
Oh, there’s nothing to be grateful for? Your life is the shits?
- Are you breathing?
- Do you have access to clean water?
- Do you have a bed/couch/floor in a warm place to sleep?
- Do you have clothes?
- Do your legs and arms work?
- Does your brain still work?
- Are you able to eat?
If you answered “yes” to the majority of these questions, you are winning.
Most times, our situation changes with but a thought.
Change your thinking. Make plans. Today is not tomorrow.
Stop driving yourself into the ground with negative thoughts. Drive those away!
Remember, no one owes you anything. But you owe the world your gift. Find it. Share it. And that step towards your life purpose will change everything.
Remember to be grateful for the little things. That way, the universe rewards you with more to be grateful for.
Never forget a hand that helps you. Be loyal to those who are in your corner. Be grateful for the friend who is always there to help you, listen to you, put up with your shit.
Stop playing victim. Be honest to yourself. Analyze your situation and take ownership of your own decisions which have put you there. Then, design your plan of how to get yourself out. There is ALWAYS a way out.
Be kind to yourself. Stop bad-mouthing yourself. It’s pathetic, actually. You are born with special gifts and talents. Being special is a choice. If you do nothing with what you have, “special” doesn’t just fall upon you. Be great! Be special. However, sitting around moping about lack is actually diminishing your light. You’ll make yourself sick. Stop it.
So, let’s go over this again. If you want to get out of your misery, start being grateful! Challenge yourself-keep going. You deserve peace. You deserve happiness. And we deserve to not put up with your crabby ass!