I am ungrateful.
I am ungrateful when I wake up in my bed.
I am ungrateful when I turn the tap and clean water comes out.
I am ungrateful when I plug in my electronics.
I am ungrateful when I open the fridge and take something out.
I am ungrateful when I eat.
I am ungrateful when I drink.
I am ungrateful when I taste.
I am ungrateful when I hear.
I am ungrateful when I speak.
I am ungrateful when I see.
I am ungrateful when I move.
I am ungrateful when I am independent.
I am ungrateful when I am healthy.
I am ungrateful.
I am not ungrateful when I remember to be aware of my abilities and my privileges.
However by never remembering how lucky I truly am, how privileged I truly am, I am unconsciously being ungrateful.
We all take things for granted each and every day.
You woke up 10 minutes late – SHIT! … How about, it happens, but at least I woke up today. Somewhere, someone, did not have the privilege of waking up today.
You ran for the bus, yet you still missed it – FML! … How about, you’re so lucky that you have somewhere to be to actually care about missing the bus? And most importantly, you had the ability of running. You have legs that function and you can run and walk as you please.
Gratefulness, positivity, appreciation.
You are lucky. Unlucky are those who do not take responsibility, is that you? You are not unlucky because you missed the bus – you just didn’t manage your time well enough, if that was the bus you were SUPPOSED to catch. If it wasn’t, then its more like ‘ah bummer! Oh well. Having caught it would’ve only been a bonus, no loss or harm done.’ Always try to ad a positive spin to things, instead of running to negative twists and thoughts – they wont do you any good anyway, so what do you need them for?