Inspirational| Why You Must Never Complain When You Are Stuck In Traffic.

After the September 11 attack, one company invited the remaining members of other companies who had been decimated by the attack on the Twin Towers to share their available office space.

At a morning meeting, the head of security told stories of why these people were alive… and all the stories were just about the *’LITTLE’* things.

The head of a company survived that day because *his son started kindergarten.*

Another fellow was alive because *it was his turn to bring donuts.*

One woman was late because *her alarm clock didn’t go off in time.*

One of them *missed his bus.*

One *spilled food on her clothes and had to take time to change.*

One’s *car wouldn’t start.*

One *went back in to answer the telephone.*

One had *a child that dawdled and didn’t get ready as soon as he should have.*

One *couldn’t get a taxi.*


The one that struck me most was *the man who put on a new pair of shoes that morning, took the various means to get to work but before he got there, he developed a blister on his foot. He stopped at a drugstore to buy a Band-Aid. _That is why he is alive today!_*

Now when I am *stuck in traffic, miss an elevator, turn back to answer a ringing telephone… all the little things that annoy me.* I think to myself, *_this is exactly where God wants me to be at this very moment._*

And next time *your morning seems to be going wrong; the children are slow getting dressed; you can’t seem to find the car keys; you hit every traffic light, _don’t get mad or frustrated._* _*God is at work watching over you.*_ May God continue to bless you with all those annoying little things and may you remember their possible purpose.

In the words of Rhonda Byrne, *”Look for the gifts in everything, especially when you are facing what appears to be a negative situation. Everything that we attract causes us to grow, which means that ultimately everything is for our own good.”*

Live life always being thankful to GOD for every situation, with an attitude of gratitude.


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