Sometimes life can be very complex, and also seem meaningless or troublesome, we can hold our heads in despair and wonder why? But at the end of the day life boils down to the simple things in life. We have to think what means most to us, and grab on to that with both hands and not let go. We can then think how lucky and fortunate we are to have what we have and enjoy it.


About lisawb

I am a loving housewife and mother who has a swiss husband and two children. I love animals and therefore have plenty of different ones including 10 cats and 2 dogs. I have achieved a First class (Honours) psychology degree and have have written a book that has turned out to be a best seller. I have a facebook page for my book that also covers many other issues that is growing rapidly. I am also trying hard to work on a sequel to A Fine Line A Balance to Survive by Lisa WB.
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2 Responses to Simplicity

  1. Dick Clayton says:

    Life IS very complex and troublesome, although NEVER meaningless. The values we, each and every one of us, put on our everyday endeavours are governed by love,duty and responsibility. The extent to which we strive to achieve these, are, in …turn, in the real world, restricted by the constraints of income, bias, and bigotry. It is not about material things and possessions. To some, the simple things in life, of aspiring to put a roof over their family’s head, and food on the table, is a resounding triumph. To others, this is seen to be merely an expected formality. It is a formidable question of perspective. But, the greatest value of all is love and appreciation of one’s endeavours, which, in turn, will doubtlessly be reciprocated

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