People take some things for granted. It all depends where you came from. This summer had been very hot and dry. Drought affected the corn and soybeans. It had not rained for a long time, and my friends Dan and Brenda’s crops were scorched.
After a horribly long dry spell with no rain, it started raining at 1 AM. Dan and Brenda got up, went to their porch and watched it rain for one hour till 2 AM. To us, no rain meant brown lawns. To them, it was life and their livelihood. What we take for granted (that is, rain), they don’t.
What else do you take for granted? Your loved ones? God’s blessings? Our freedoms? Perspective is everything. I urge you to stop today and adjust your perspective.