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Friday, 22 November 2013

View point

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   It’s all in the point of view

Have you observed the city from the top? Everything looks small. The trees, the massive mountains, the magnificent towers, all are reduced to a tiny speck.

It is the same with our problems. They appear big when we are attached to them. If you distance yourself from your problems they are not that daunting.


You must have wondered how easily you can solve someone else’s problems when you have difficulty handling your own. This is because you are not a part of their problem and have a good perspective whereas you are involved in your problems and have a distorted view.

Changing roles

We are always told to imagine being in someone else’s shoes to understand their problems. Why not try it with a twist? For a moment try forgetting your troubles. Then, instead of imagining yourself in their shoes, try visualising one of your close friends in your shoes. What would you have advised them? Why not follow your own advice? After all, you are your most loyal well-wisher.


Time makes everything seem funny

Recollect some of your past problems and embarrassing moments. Most of these moments provide a good laugh. Remember, this is how your problem is going to look in the future.



Skywatch Friday
You can check out other Skywatch images here


How do you face your problems? Do you have any special strategy?
Do you have any funny memories of something which seemed serious at that time?
Do share your stories, I’d love to hear them.


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16 comments:

  1. You can send message on those clouds.
    Lovely capture.

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    1. Thanks. That's seems like a great idea.

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  2. i believe in de-stressing myself and then solving the problem.

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    1. De-stressing seems a logical first step.

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  3. Nice capture!! Great concept of solving problems.

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  4. Once you get used and acclimatized to problems , they won't seem to be a big deal...

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    1. Yup, everything seems alright once you get used to it.

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  5. The Clouds are looking simply stunning and At the same time you have given a quite good message.. :D

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  6. Don't focus on the problem, help comes from God - same as your aerial view!

    I found your great blog through the WLC Blog Follows on the World Literary Cafe! Great to connect! Here’s mine @ http://flirtyandfeistyromance.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Yup, help always comes from Him.
      Thanks for following. I reciprocated your gesture.

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  7. Nice post.
    I have nominated you for Versatile Blogger Award Please check the following link -
    http://hobbyofphotography.blogspot.in/2013/11/versatile-blogger-award.html

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    1. Thanks a lot, Deepa. It means a lot to me. I'm humbled.

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