Always look at what you have left. Never look at what you have lost. – Robert H. Schuller
This quote wants you to go against the most powerful force of human nature and develop a new positive behavior in yourself. Have you ever noticed that when you’re provided with two equally important things and in case you lose one, you cry over the lost thing much more than how much you’re grateful for the one left with you.
That’s human nature. You do so, and you might have seen many other people doing the same. But when you see yourself, why do you do that, you won’t get any answer. True that you’ve lost something, but it won’t come back to you if you cry over it. So what’s the whole point?
This is a matter of focus, and it is very important. You have to be focused on what you have and how to make the best use of it.
Crying over a lost thing will bring you nothing, but utilizing the left one wisely and nicely can even make the cost of the lost one. So, how you use your focus is completely your call!