You Look for Trouble

Once, I nagged at my kid: “you always look for trouble”. All of sudden, I realized, that is his nature. Like it or not, trouble will always come. Trouble may demolish my house furniture but trouble builds the character of my kid. Which one is more valuable? the house furniture which is replaceable or my kid’s character which is age-appropriate and once lost, forever lost.

Character building such as determination is learnt via ‘looking for trouble’ and ‘building something from the rubble’. Great people are just ordinary people with an extraordinary amount of determination. Most people who succeed in the face of seemingly impossible conditions are people who simply don’t know how to quit. Again it’s determination. In short these people will never stop from ‘looking for trouble’.

Businessmen are people who always look for trouble. Without trouble life to them seems meaningless because they like challenge and love to take risk.

Similarly, in time of sickness, we’re worried about things we might lose out esp. the world we lived in and the things we enjoyed most. We forget that sometime, the illness we get is the result of the trouble we asked, by not taking great care of our health.

Let’s stop here before I get into more confusion. Bye..

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