Have ever felt discouraged and wished you had another person’s life? If you have, I would like to share my mother’s my wisdom and insight with you.
Just imagine, everyone you know or admire putting their “Suitcase of Life” on the street with yours. Then you have the opportunity to examine all the suitcases. As you do, you begin to think that you might want another person’s life, especially after you have taken a closer look at all the suitcases. One might look to be larger than yours, more beautiful than yours, more expensive than your, better made than yours, newer than yours, lighter than yours, and/or better maintained than yours. However, after you look at all the suit cases you are told that you are not allowed to know what is packed inside any of the suit cases.
What would you do?
My mother’s wise advice, which might surprise you, was… “Select yours!”
Why you ask?
Her answer was simple: Another person’s “Suitcase of Life” might appear more beautiful, expensive, better made, newer and/or well maintained. However, you do no know what that person has packed inside of their suitcase and know you what you have packed inside of yours.
What have you packed inside your “Suit Case of Life”?
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