What Are You Deprived Of? (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Priyal Desai

Founder & Owner of: Confusedtravellerblog

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Fashion, Food, Successful Living and Travel Writer

What are you Deprived of? I am sure, you have a list of things.
No one is truly happy with what one has. But the question which arises is what is that which doesn’t make a person happy?

I would say it would be a feeling of deprivation. A poor might feel deprived of the riches of the world, while a child would want to grow up fast at the same time an adult is wishing to relive those childhood days.

As a kid i would always admire the lavish cars my fellow mates would arrive to school in. I would always admire the “IT GIRL/BOY” of the school. But looking back today i realize, i had something those kids didn’t have which i realize today. I wasted most of my childhood admiring people rather than being happy with what i had and truly enjoying it.

One of my closest friends had everything in her life as one would say, and might even assume that she is the luckiest person but not many knew that she was fighting with cancer, Neuroblastoma Cancer. As it’s said, the grass is greener the other side.But why can’t we try to make our side better and also view it with pride.

photocom 081Stop comparing yourself with people and just try to be better than what you were yesterday. That sense of accomplishment will lead you to happiness and drive you away from the feeling of Deprivation.

Now, I would ask again “What are you deprived of?”.

Don’t stress, Do your Best. Forget the rest.

Article Credits: Priyal Desai

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

(For Beauty, Inspirational, Motivational Bloggers & More)

13 thoughts on “What Are You Deprived Of? (1 min read)”

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  2. Superb! We need to realise that each individual is like a star, each has his/her own shine. So, be happy with what you have and work hard to achieve what you can rather seeing what others have. 🙂

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  3. My friend and I always say, if the grass looks greener on the other side of the fence, water your grass! It’s so true, w can all be happy with what we are given, sometimes w need to look for the blessings. Great post!

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