Our expert says:
Worthy, thought-provoking comments ! I suppose what feels to us like a disaster is in proportion to our way of life, situation, and expectations. And in an odd way, people who have regularly faced challenges do become more capable of handling it, and some of the most proiileged can become the most vulnerable. I remember well being called to see a young Arab oil sheikh, a multimillionaire, who had just discovered that his wife was terminally ill, and he was in a frenzy. Apart from all the normal and usual emotions, for the first time in his entire life, he had come upon something he wanted terribly badly, and could not buy.
But yes, maybe we all could do with spending a bit more time appreciating what we have, rather than bemoaning what we don't yet have. If we have enough, through ou own hard work, we needn't feel guilty about that , but to the extent that we have more than we need, we ought to think about ways of sharing, money, things, and time.
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