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Picture this: So there’s this kid-never known luxury-never owned a pair of shoes or decent clothes….never got toys, never seen a clean decent meal, probably never known his/her parents and relatives…but somehow the kid can afford a smile.
How about the guy who owns nothing-not because he is lazy-but because everything he had was destroyed in an earthquake….his wife, kids, house(s) and is left disabled and still affords to smile.
The woman who was abandoned-by her husband who promised to stay
with her till death-with 5kids and no decent work, kicked out of the place she made a home….but still smiles.
Everyone everywhere has a struggle…no one’s life is easy…so when you are thinking of giving up remember someone out there is worse-but still pressing on.
This is what makes life-the triumph after going through a rough patch.
*We all got ‘holes’ in our lives-as passenger puts it- but we carry on…and life goes on….
SO SMILE…YOU’LL LIVE LONGER :)
The picture above is of kids playing outside their house, though they have no actual toys, they make due with what they can find...