Canvas is yours

The story written by David Bender, Business Professor, like,
“In my office there is a beautiful painting of a wheat field. The painting is a vast collection of individual brushstrokes — none of which in isolation is very interesting or impressive.
In fact, if you stand close to the canvas, all you can see is a mess of seemingly unrelated and unattractive strokes of yellow and gold and brown paint. However, as you gradually move away from the canvas, all of the individual brushstrokes combine together and produce a magnificent landscape of a wheat field.
Many ordinary, individual brushstrokes work together to create a captivating and beautiful painting.”

Which means,
Each individual day shouldn’t be viewed in isolation — but instead, like the brush strokes of a beautiful painting — when they are all brought together in view — a beautiful life will appear.

Don’t focus on the results of a single day. Instead, focus on the big future picture. However, it is through each individual brushstroke that a picture becomes beautiful.
Don’t worry if you fail, because every single day is an experience. Collect all experiences like brushstrokes and create a picture you want. Only you are the responsible to the end result. If you collect only bad strokes like failures then you will get black image in end. Same way if you collect only nice strokes then final view will be bright like white. But, if you accept each stroke of your life (each single day of life), though its failure or success, you will get colourful picture!

Our life is beautiful..! But if you want to feel it, take a deep breath and enjoy your day…

Accept the changes, failures, success and opportunities. Just believe on long term Growth and in the climax you will see the beautiful picture of your life.

Canvas is yours.. Fill the colours in it…🙂

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