Never let it be said that Mike Bennet of the Handy Man Home Tips blog did not wish his loyal readers a happy Water Damage Bountiful month! I truly wish you and yours the most glad tidings of the season. At this festive time of year we should take a moment to pause and reflect upon all the water damage related blessings we have received throughout the year and be grateful for these blessings. For we all know too well that there are many people scattered across the Earth who do not share in the bountiful (no pun intended) blessings that we do.
HAPPY WATER DAMAGE BOUNTIFUL MONTH TO ALL!
It is easy to become involved in our every day lives and forget how good we have it. It is perfectly understandable. We all have our daily distractions whether it be family, job or any number of other things that occupy our time on a regular basis. And when we become involved in these day to day concerns we loose perspective and can no longer see the bigger picture of the reality in which we exist.
Now, one might reasonably ask why it is important to have a view of this bigger picture. This is a reasonable question because we do not need this bigger picture to operate on a day to day basis. However, without this bigger picture the context of the day to day is lost. Without this context, a great deal of the meaning of life is lost. That is why it is so important to plug one’s self into this bigger picture, not everyday of course, but at least once in a while. This way one may reboot his or her perspective and refresh (so to speak) his or her sense of the importance of everything he or she experiences.