(Video) A Wonderful Lesson You can Learn from a Cockroach

A Wonderful Lesson You can Learn from a Cockroach

It is not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.

— Henry David Thoreau

As rightly pointed out by Barry Neil Kaufman – “The way we choose to see the world creates the world we see.” So goes the old Indian saying “Jaisi Drishti Waisi Srishti.”

Because life is not always about adding more possession with every event you come across. It’s rather about your perspective. The way you PERCEIVE determines the way you FEEL!

In this 5-minute blog post, you will watch a touching VIDEO about a real-life incident in some restaurant. If you watch it carefully, you might learn a great life-lesson on self-development.

From this stirring video, you may learn how by having a better perspective about a given situation, you can live more joyfully.



I hope you just finished watching this heart-warming story. If not, I strongly urge you to first watch it before you come back.

Take-home lessons

Here are a few takeaways from this touching video:

  • No matter who you are, or what you do and where you are placed. Sooner or later life is gonna hit you hard and test you in its own strange ways.
  • But you are not alone, everybody has to face it in one way or another.
  • Our lives are not determined by what HAPPENS to us but how we REACT to what happens. Not by what life brings to us, but by the ATTITUDE we bring to our life.
  • Events and incidents merely act as a MIRROR and reveal to us our true SELF.

Wisdom will only come when you look into your true SELF, for who looks outside only dreams and who looks inside AWAKEN.

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