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Meaning of Things – Learning Quote

November 28, 2013 | By

Material things and experiences, all have flexible connotations. Every experience should be counted as valuable, meaningful. A situation of a frustration could be an opportunity to practice patience; a tempting situation could be a lesson of restraint. Material things however, are only as valuable as we make them….no matter the price. Through our perception, we decide a thing’s value, importance, and effect.

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One thought on “Meaning of Things – Learning Quote

  • Madhu Verma

    Very well said, the “meaning of things lies not in things themselves, but in our attitude towards them” which totally depends on our approach and “behavior pattern”.

    The way we think and how we take that thinking to the next level, that is important and integral part. If we allow our thoughts to move positively, half of the work is almost done.

    However, if we think how the task will be completed as it seems to be tough we can’t even think of starting and completing the same.

    So please remember, our thoughts should be clear and positive.

    Thanks for sharing the positive quote…!!!

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