Sponsor: www.linkedin.com/in/melissa-crowley-b05a8423/ Jn 3:16 God so loved the world that he gave his only-begotten Son; so that everyone who believes in him might have eternal life. Mt 21 The stone that the builders rejected has become the cornerstone...
We all know that guy or gal, right?
The "I've seen better" dude. The "I've heard better" chick. The "I've had better" bub.
There's always that one human who has to pinprick your balloon when you're flying high on what you thought was a pretty decent accomplishment.
Or who has to disparage the restaurant or movie or outing you planned for the group.
Or who belittles the holiday meal it took you three days to make ... or your very first apartment ... or the car you've been saving up to buy for the last two years.
Here you are, thrilled to pieces with your new or new-to-you whatzit or experience or achievement when in comes the people-version of the storm of the millennium, all ready to hail meteorites on your little ticker-tape parade of feelings.
Here's a newsflash, meanies, there's always somebody, something, someplace, or sumin' sumin' better than the next down here on the third rock. And if there isn't, give it a minute, Capisce?
The moment you start thinking you can't improve is probably the very one at which you need to start. We can all do and be better; and we should never stop trying. But that doesn't mean we can't find happiness in everyday life because it is a blessing and a gift, get it?
BT Dubs, it's more than okay to let a fellow homosapien find joy in something for which they've worked really hard or waited very long.
And here's another little secret to haters who hate just because they can - there's a whole slew of people, places and things that far outshine the likes of your pathetic self. #DontBeThatGuy
Next time some yahoo tries to steal YOUR happy, look 'em straight in the corneas and say: "Is that all you got? I've heard better ... from a six-year-old."
#Encourage #Uplift #Give #Love #Peace