Part of being human is wanting something. And we all want to be happy, right? We work hard to have those things we desire. It’s alright to have something to aim or covet, it keeps us going. But how much of wanting is healthy and enough?
No one should stop anyone to pursue whatever makes them happy (as long as no harm is done to other people). Though we’re here to remind you that it’s also important to slow down, pause, and appreciate what is in front of you. Because sometimes, we’re so focused on what we want that we overlook what we already have. Remember, the happiness that we seek can be found in the little things.
There is a common denominator among all people in the working class. We all share the same cravings for success. We want to make it to the top and be vital to every company we’re working for or the clients we want to attract. We try hard to display our value and yet not everybody sees it.
It’s funny how we still go unnoticed despite all the grind we’re doing. Success seems too far-fetched. It’s getting harder and harder to make something out of our names. Sometimes you question if it’s even worth it.
I’ve been in the working class for most of my life. Saying that it’s frustrating to be undervalued is an understatement....
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