Friday, April 24, 2009

Things can easily fall apart

When was the last time you complained? Yesterday? Last week? An hour ago perhaps?

Next question...

When you complain, can you recall any good thing it benefited you? Did it ever make you feel better? Short term, long term? Did complaining solve your problems? Did it help get what you wanted?

Next question...

Why do you complain? Because your expectations weren't met? Because you feel like you're immersed in a situation that your parents and friends don't approve of? Because things don't work the way you would've wanted it to?

Frustrations, issues, concerns, problems... whatever you call them they will always be there. It is every person's responsibility to take appropriate actions and resolve it. The efficiency of the motion to resolve it however depends on the approach. It's not really wrong to complain... but it is wrong to deal an issue with anger.

Things can easily fall apart when you start entertaining the thought that things should be perfect. Nothing is perfect so don't complain.

Trust me I complain a lot before. It sucks.

1 comment:

Frances Cabahug said...

You're right in the sense that anger shouldn't be the driving force, but often complaining is necessary, if done in a logical manner.

Not everything in the world is acceptable, and there's a right time for complaining.

Sure, nothing is perfect, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't aim for it. :)

Frances C.

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