The ABC’s… of life – The greatness of G

The greatness of G…

GIVE –  To give is to share. Give yourself what you want, what you deserve, what makes you happy and satisfied. The more you give, the more you get in return. The feeling of giving is hundred times more than receiving. Giving is not only about making donations but can be your time, space, love to the people you are close to. This would be the most special gift to them. You will never lose anything by giving someone anything, in fact just gain some smile on your face by seeing their happy faces. It is in giving that one receives.

GOAL– Goal is to set up a target, and try every possible ways to achieve that target. This is indeed the most important factor anyone should be concerned about. Success comes more easily to people who have a specific goal because they know where exactly they are heading. If you need guidance for setting up goals and ways to achieve them, Career Counselling will help you achieve them.

GAIN– All our thoughts and action are always with a gain in mind, be it knowledge, respect, experience, confidence, trust, nirvana or materialistic things like money, power and fame. It is the journey to set a goal, to gain something or the other which is called life. As they say there is no gain without pain.

GRACE– It holds within a plethora of meaning. As a noun it is elegance and also courtesy. As a verb it is to add dignity. In content of business it is an added period of time. And in another sense it is a blessing when an unexpected extra comes your way. As they say by grace of god. The word engulfs so many facets that I thought it should first find its way on my top 5 of great G.

GRATITUDE – Holds within itself the word attitude. In fact it is so the attitude of being thankful, the attitude of being grateful. Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos into order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into home, a stranger to friend – Melody Bettie.

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