This post was most recently updated on July 20th, 2018
Small stuff refers to the less important or useless things we give importance to which should not be given much importance.
But we are the product of our circumstances. No matter how hard we try, there are always people around us who give too much importance to small stuff.
Sooner or later, we might get into the habit of discussing useless matters and worrying too much about small things.
We need a reminder that no matter what, small stuff should only be given momentary importance as it requires.
I know how it feels when you are dragged into a small talk but you have no choice. After the discussion ends, I am left wondering why the hell did I get into this.
If you have ever felt like this, here are three sentences to remind you that there are other important things too.
You must have seen people fighting over minor things and arguing over trivial matters. Such energy if spent over important issues, could solve many problems of their life or even elevate their level of success.
Both small and big stuff requires the same amount of energy. Moreover, constantly thinking about small things gives unnecessary stress about things which never happen.
Instead, why not channel your energy into something big. There is a bigger purpose for which we are alive.
Why not thing like that way?
There must be something we are born to accomplish rather than discussing worthless matters. Why not find out that one thing we are born to do?
Often, we get so much involved in certain things that we don’t realize whether it’s worth paying attention to.
Realizing this could save you a lot of time that you are wasting now.
As yourself whether what you are paying attention to will matter a year from now?
If not, why pay attention to it. After all, 99% of things that happened to us a year ago hardly matters now.
Time will fly whether we do something or not.
Clock will tick whether we work or not.
Sun will rise and set whether we realize it or not.
Similarly, we are going to think about stuff everyday whether we believe it or not.
And if we going to think anyway, why not think about big stuff?
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