It’s a matter of perspective

As we encircled one end of our dining table, all three of us seated silently, unfinished food staring at us, each one intently glued to our cell phones, I said to myself with joy, “How I love my family!

For how can I not be grateful to see my family around me, when others dont even have someone to call family? When others don’t even have a dining table in which to gather around? When others don’t even have cell phones to connect them to the world?

It’s a matter of perspective, and I’ll take this perspective anytime.

 

[Image by pixabay]

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