Value in Disaster

Our world whirls around our attitude irrespective of our circumstances and situation. The setbacks we receive in our life are unavoidable. A hinder in our way can act as a driving force and also teaches us humility. We have to ask ourselves after every setback we receive, what did I learn from this experience.

Thomas Edison at the age of 67 lost his personal work place to fire. It had a very little insurance value. Now he was no longer a young man when he watched his life time endeavor go up in smoke and said, “There is a great value in disaster. All my mistakes are burnt up. Thanks lord I can start all new” In spite of disaster, three weeks later, he invented the phonograph, rest is history.

What an attitude!

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