THINK ABOUT WHAT YOU HAVE instead of what you are lacking

THINK ABOUT WHAT YOU HAVE instead of what you are lacking

instead of what you are lacking

~ DearMishu, Advice Column


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  1. I think that is great advice!

  2. I love this! Great quote. Thank you for the reminder. 🙂

  3. Always good advice! Especially when most of us have so much and it is easy to focus on the negative.

  4. This is so true. Focusing on what your are grateful for having will bring more abundance into your life.

  5. So true, but not always the case. If we stop and think about how fortunate we are instead of the “things” we have or want, we might be better off.

  6. So very true. Very wise dog

  7. Mishu is right, we should be thankful for what we have!

  8. Yes! Always! Great advice!

  9. This is good advice and definitely something that we all need to be reminded of occasionally!

  10. Good advice indeed though it depends on what kind of things are missing in life. Try not giving Cookie her after dinner desert and see if she’s gonna think about what she has instead of what she’s not getting LOL

  11. The Contemporary Pet - September 7, 2017 reply

    You’re sounding very Zen these days, Mishu. Have you been practicing with a yogi?

    • Actually I’m angry these days on human beings – there is still slavery, human trafficking and what’s not, I’m so surprised how stupid they are sometimes..

  12. Easier said than done! When you’ve struggled for so long, it’s hard to trust things will be okay;

  13. Too often we focus on what we don’t have instead of what we do have – especially with our pets. Too often time flies and before you know it the young crazy dog has turned old and arthritic. Count your blessings every day!

  14. heatherwallace - September 7, 2017 reply

    Such wise words, Mishu. We should be grateful for all the wonderful things in our lives and focus on those.

  15. That’s great advice! Words to live by!

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