Life Advice Looking Through A Window

Living in today’s metropolitan world of cellular phones, mobile computers and other high-tech gadgets isn’t just hectic but very impersonal. We make money then invest our time and energy in making extra money . Does it end? Not actually because we are never satisfied. what percentage times have we convinced ourselves that if only we had some extra money , life would be so sweet? on the other hand , after receiving a considerable raise, we realize that it wasn’t enough which we’d like more? People Finder

What do you have to Do?

I have read many books on life like Robin Sharma’s Monk says this and therefore the monk says that, and that they all seem to mention that cash isn’t necessary. But it is. are you able to do without cash and tons of it? i do know I can’t.

So, I visited the neighbourhood Rabbi and asked for advice which will help me find my true way in life.

The rabbi nodded and took me to the window. “What does one see?” he asked me.

Promptly, I answered, “I can see people walking to and fro and a blind person is begging for alms at the left corner.”

The Rabbi nodded and guided me to an enormous mirror. “Now look and tell me what you see?”

“I can see myself,” I man answered.

The Rabbi smiled. “Now you can’t see anyone else. The mirror and therefore the window are both created from an equivalent raw material: glass, but because on one among them they need applied a skinny layer of silver, once you check out it all you’ll see is your own reflection.”

The Rabbi placed his arm on my shoulders. “Compare yourself to those two pieces of glass. Without the silver layer, you saw the opposite people and felt compassion for them. once you are covered with silver, you see only yourself.”