---I’m sure that you all heard about the grass ALWAYS being greener in the other fellow’s yard. I heard a new version of that with same beginning, but with this addition - ‘’try watering your own grass and see how green IT WILL GET.’’
---We can see that if we maximize what we do have it may rival that which you see in someone else’s possession. You would have to reassess the situation…at the very least. The truth that I do see is that we are usually quick to compare what we have, with our neighbor. But, with the addition it shows how we are quick to judge ourselves WITHOUT having ALL the evidence.
---We usually do not know what our potential is because we can be so busy sticking our nose into the affairs of others. It is NOT usually about doing our best work, but being sure that we are ‘’keeping up with the Joneses.’’
---At a time of global warming and the drought situation, we can be glad that the saying isn’t just about lawns of grass. It really is about maximizing who we are. AND…what better way to start than to accept yourself ‘’as you are.’’ Accepting yourself…faults and all…is far better than waiting until you feel acceptable + perfect. Because, as I’m sure you know…you MAY wait forever. Take Care.
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