A story, quoting Dr. Wayne Dyer

 

A 92-year-old blind lady immaculately dressed and with meticulously done makeup, goes into a hotel and asks for a room. The hotel manager explains that it would take about 30 minutes for the room to be ready. Meanwhile, he describes how the room is laid out, how the curtains are, how the furniture is, etc. The wonderful, vivid description gets the lady very excited, and she says ‘thank you’ to him for giving her such a beautiful room. To this, he replies, “But, madam, you haven’t seen the room yet.”

 

With a smile playing on her lips, she replies, “Sir, happiness is never after you get something. Happiness is what you experience just before you get something you decided to have. Moreover, it does not matter how you have arranged the furniture; what matters is how I have arranged my mind.”

 

“WHEN YOU CHANGE THE WAY YOU LOOK AT THINGS, THE THINGS YOU LOOK AT CHANGE!”