Tomorrow, America celebrates thankfulness. Before I started traveling, I would take a little time on Thanksgiving to celebrate everything I had. Now, I like to practice thankfulness regularly, because I’ve discovered it leads to a happier life.
There will always be another mountain to conquer, milestone to reach, dream to make into reality, but never forget that where you are and what you have right now could always be a whole lot worse. Don’t waste too much time comparing yourself and your situation against others whom you deem better off, you can never fully know what else might be going on in their lives behind the scenes. No one is perfect or has a perfect life, no one. Instead of lamenting what you lack, remember what you have, and strive to always make tomorrow a little bit better than today.
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