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It’s not about the money: 9 proofs that you’re already lucky in life

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A modest income can make people despondent and unhappy. But look on the bright side and consider yourself lucky.

A roof over your head

Nearly 2 billion people in the world live in substandard conditions or have no home at all.

If you have a warm, dry home, you’re already a million times happier than those who have nowhere to shelter from the heat and cold.

Even if you have old wallpaper on your walls, you don’t have to feel bad.

feeling hungry.

About 100 million people are constantly hungry and about 850 million people are regularly malnourished.

So don’t fret about the red caviar and moldy cheese that isn’t in your fridge. Instead, smile at buckwheat porridge, fried potatoes and even plain bread.

Some people can only dream about that.

Your parents are alive

Imagine how many orphans and abandoned children there are in the world who do not know their parents at all.

And also consider that the mortality rate is now quite high. In some parts of the world, people do not live to be 60 years old.

So rather than suffering from unearthly riches that you don’t have, you should embrace mom and dad.

You have children.

Today’s infertility statistics are frightening and break all historical records.

In some countries around the world, the number of couples under the age of 45 who are unable to conceive reaches 45% of the total population.

If you have been blessed by the universe with the ability to have children and continue your lineage, then you are unimaginably rich and very fortunate.


The best doctor in life is drinking water.

The scary thing is that 1 in 10 people on our planet do not have access to it. They have to dig wells, collect fog droplets or even drink dirty water.

The fact that you can quench your thirst at any time is a miracle and a blessing.

Traveling through the country

Only 10% of the world’s population is able to travel for pleasure, not for business. And you live in a huge country with a diverse culture and nature.

If you don’t have money for “abroad”, you can travel around your home country with a small budget.

Own a cell phone

It’s hard to believe that in the 21st century, more than a billion people don’t own a cell phone.

Even if you don’t own a fancy smartphone, you can still put a smile on your face with a button phone. After all, you are connected to family and friends 24/7.

I have a diploma.

Post-secondary (or even secondary) education is a blessing.

You’ve had a wonderful academic year, you’ve learned a trade, and you can now support yourself.

And when you consider that many people in the world can’t even read or write, even a high school diploma seems like good fortune.

Go to work.

Even if you haven’t reached the pinnacle of your career, even if your work pays very little, the fact that you are working should make you happy.

First, you feel useful. Second, you have friends and colleagues. Third, you have confidence in your future, which is invaluable in the current unemployment situation.

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