Stop Complaining

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Chinkee Tan
Chinkee Tan

Do you know of someone who is a “professional whiner”?

“What is that?” “Why does it have to be like that?” Why just this much?” “Isn’t there anything else?”

People who always complain are extremely UNGRATEFUL.

They are difficult to please.

They cannot even please themselves.

It is normal to be disappointed when things don’t happen as we want them to.

But one thing I that can’t stand, are people who love to whine, who complain.

They feel that every time they log in a complaint, they are doing humanity a favor. The truth is, they are not even aware that their constant complaining has negative effects.

One of the negative effects of complaining is that . . .

THE SITUATION JUST GETS WORSE

For example, when you get an NSO certificate, you get there to find a very long queue. Because you are a certified whiner, you can’t keep yourself from spewing out a litany of complaints starting with the long queue!

But wait, there’s more!

Because you are a veteran at this, you are also an EXPERT in looking for other things to whine about.

“There should be a number system so that we can just leave our spaces. This waiting in line and moving forward like snails is silly!” Then you’d even look around for a sympathizer, “am I right?”

Another negative effect of being a constant whiner is…

THE BLESSINGS BECOME DISTANT

If your food is just smoked fish, isn’t it still a blessing? There are many who DON’T EVEN HAVE ANYTHING TO EAT.

“This bed is so hard!”

If so, you should still be thankful. There are many who don’t even have a bed to sleep on at night.

So instead of wasting your time complaining and whining, use it to SEEK OUT solutions to the problem.

Instead of sulking, use your ENERGY to THINK of the good things that are happening around you.

Complaining will not bring us anywhere. It will only lead us to nowhere.

THINK. REFLECT. APPLY.

Are you a Certified Whiner?

Do you want to stop being a whiner?

If yes, how do you plan to do it?

#ichinkpositivemoyan #chinkeetan

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