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Life is better with an optimistic approach

The story of this client is kind of unusual than the rest. Customarily, we are approached by people when they are dealing with some issue but this wasn’t the case with our client. 

His problem was that  there wasn’t any problem in his life. Well it may sound weird but yes that was the jist of his concern. 

According to him, everything was going as planned  and he was content with his life. He was doing great in his career, married the love of his life and was having a happy marriage. 

When asked as to what made him think pessimistically he said, ” Since childhood, I have seen my parents, relatives, colleagues, leading their lives with some or the other problem in it. They lost something in the journey of achieving something. This however was never the case with me. I had problems but always meager ones. The ones I could deal with easily. Today I have achieved everything  I wished for and had no hurdles in the entire journey. I have always had a smooth life but how can it be this  way for me when it isn’t the same for others? The reason I am being negative about my perfect life  is because I am apprehensive of what it holds for me in future. I am convinced  that life ahead would be difficult for me as everybody is supposed to face difficulty once in their lifetime.”

Renu ma’am very well knew that he was supposed  to lead a smooth life and there wasn’t any misery waiting for him.She told him that he was born with a good destiny and had the capacity to create a wonderful life too. She not just assured him of a great future but also advised him to not bother about having complete control over his life. She told him that life is lived at its best when we make the most of our present and not apprehend about the future.

It is important to know that life does not follow a particular rule and is easier with an optimistic approach. Our client went home with learning for life and we hope you got a lesson too. 

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