C is for Caritive.
This indicates a lack of something.
Aren’t we humans, unique in our own ways? Most of us have similar qualities and even more generic behavior patterns but not completely the same. That’s why in a competition we always have winners and runner-ups.
Above all, not everyone can win. If everyone were certainly the same then no one would be second… All would be the 1st. Why can’t we all win always?
The answer to that is “Caritive” which means lack of something.
Yes, we all lack something. It can be a specific quality, anything which someone else has and we don’t. Is it a bad thing that we don’t have anything? No. There’s an old saying; “We can’t have everything”.
Someday we have to finally realize that on some days we are the best, so on some days, there are people better than us. That’s life. Cribbing about not having certain qualities is the worst pain we can give ourselves.
Here are some examples:
- Some know how to dance, some don’t.
- Few can grasp concepts well, some don’t.
- First of all, there are some know how to speak to everyone, some don’t.
- Finally few are good at athletics, some don’t.
Likewise, if you can’t do something, does that mean it’s the end of the world for you?
No. It ain’t.
Firstly, we humans have this habit of almost not checking the qualities we have. Some of us probably only prefer checking what we don’t have or envy what others have. Furthermore, why can’t we learn to be happy with what we have? Seems like this caritive feeling is what drives most of us crazy.
You are unique. Learn to be happy when you still have the chance. Extract the caritive feeling out of your mind.
Learn to translate your present, not your past. That’s the day my friend, you’ll be free.
This post is consequently written as a result of the A-Z challenge 2015 where bloggers from all around the world will blog for the whole month, daily based on all the alphabets in chronological order. You can read more such beautiful posts on their website.