Stephen Chobsky talks about how we can have perspective. How we can look at our lives from the point of view of someone who is dying of cancer, or starving to death in a war torn wasteland. But he also says that sometimes the only point of view that makes sense is yours. To feel what you’re feeling and to say that just because someone else might have it worse, doesn’t mean you don’t have what you have.
So even though from any other point of view today is no big deal. It’s my life.
It’s a good place. I’m happie here.
I’m learning to have a different perspective.