We all complain, right? I know I do. But how often do we ask ourselves, “Who am I to complain?” Probably not often, because then we’ll have to think about the reality of our complaint.
That happened to me last week. I’ve been really tired the last several weeks because there’s something I had to do pretty much every hour or two all day long, plus at least once or twice in the middle of the night.
But then, while sitting in my car, just waiting for something, I realized – who am I to complain?
What I was doing was really nothing compared to the reason why I was doing it. And really, it was completely nothing compared to what someone else was going through at that very moment.
So yes, we complain. I know I will again. And yet, I also know that, hopefully sooner rather than later, I’ll put my complaints into perspective. Within the perspective of what’s going on now. And what Someone else went though two thousand years ago.
You can read all about it at But then, who am I to complain?.