Dear Qui Talks,
I am currently working as a caregiver to this one old man. I have been working with the elderly for some time now. The more I work with them, the more I am humbled. These people have changed my way of thinking and boasting.
To see, these people work their entire life to build a conglomerate and be so successful to now being home with nothing to do and nothing to look forward too. I wake up every single day with excitement in my life because I get to move out of my bed and go into this world and do something new. But…actually sitting down and thinking that this may end and I will either be bedridden or stuck at home, makes me want to enjoy life differently. I don’t want to work 60 hours a week and not experience what life has to offer. I don’t want to waste my days in an office just to accumulate enough money to pay for things I do not really need.
Just really think about it. Many people spend their entire life working to pay and purchase items that are not necessary for everyday living. I want to be able to get to a certain age and be well cultured. I want to be able to die and be satisfied with the fact that I have seen the world, helped others all over, and made a difference in many lives. I want to die with integrity and a warmed heart.
Because of this, I have been humbled!
I speak to people differently. I don’t let anger or others affect my mood. I’ve learned to remain quiet in certain situations and speak when need be. I smile and laugh more because it secretly adds internal joy and years to your life. I even dance more; you never know when you will stop moving.
Life is definitely more worthwhile. I stopped living for everyone else and now am living for me!
Talkers, have you had your humbling moment? That moment to stop and think that being on top is right where you stand now. Start rising Talkers and stay humble.